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CANNIBAL CORPSE Begin Work on Twelfth Studio Album

You didn't think they were just going to sit back and forget about death metal did you? Cannibal Corpse have announced they are entering the studio to begin work on their twelfth release. They will once again be joined by producer-extraordinaire Erik Rutan (you may have heard of him from his day job, crushing skulls in Hate Eternal). The band will be recording at Sonic Ranch studios in Texas. Here are quotes from Alex Webster and Rutan about how pumped they are:

“After having spent the past 7 months writing and rehearsing new material, we’re very excited to finally begin recording,” says bassist Alex Webster. “We’ve had great success working with Erik Rutan on our past two albums so we’ve decided to work with him again, but to keep things fresh we decided on a change of location – we’re returning to Sonic Ranch studios in Texas, where we’ve recorded several albums in the past. We are psyched to see how this combination works out- we feel it’s pairing that could result in our best album yet.”

“I am super excited to work with Cannibal Corpse for our 3rd album together,” says Rutan, who worked with Cannibal Corpse on both Kill (2006) and Evisceration Plague. “We are determined to make the best album we possibly can. Everyone is very focused and the new material is awesome. There is a great blend of classic, old school CC with a newer, more heavy, dynamic and aggressive approach. I look forward to the challenge of making one heavy as hell record!”

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The Corpse is also scheduled for the upcoming 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise in January.

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