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Deicide - 100% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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This controversial Satanic metal outfit was formed in 1987 in Florida, USA, as Amon, with the line-up of Glen Benton (bass/vocals), guitarists Eric and Brian Hoffman, and Steve Asheim (drums). The band became notorious owing to their conflict both with the Christian establishment in America, and with animal rights groups, because of Benton’s outrageous statements concernin Read more

Six Feet Under - 81% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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Six Feet Under was originally formed as a side project, a death metal supergroup of sorts, by Cannibal Corpse vocalist Chris Barnes, and Obituary guitarist Allen West. The pair recruited Terry Butler and Greg Gall for the brutal HAUNTED, released on Metal Blade in 1995. After a live EP, released partly to stem the rising tide of bootlegs, came 1997's ferocious WARPATH. Line-up Read more

Suffocation - 76% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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One of the best of the American death metal vanguard to emerge in the early 90s, along with Morbid Angel, Deicide and Nile, New York’s Suffocation performed extremely powerful music laced with fairly graphic lyrics. Formed in 1990 by Frank Mullen (January 1970, USA; vocals), Terrance Hobbs (guitar), Doug Cerrito (guitar), Josh Barohn (bass) and Mike Smith (drums), Suffo Read more

Dying Fetus - 75% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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Although favouring a brand of death metal that is unrelenting in its brutality and at times bordering on the unlistenable, the Maryland, USA-based Dying Fetus has remained true to its beliefs over a lengthy career. Formed in 1991 in the Upper Marlboro district of Washington, DC, the band’s original line-up comprised John Gallagher (guitar/vocals), Jason Netherton (bass/voc Read more

Morbid Angel - 71% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Formed in Florida, USA, in 1983, this influential death metal band’s original line-up comprised Dallas Ward (bass/vocals), Trey Azagthoth (George Emmanuel III, 26 March 1965, Bellingham, Washington, USA; guitar/keyboards) and Mike Browning (vocals/drums). A number of bass players then passed through the line-up in the next three years before the recruitment of Sterling Read more

Vader - 60% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal Music Videos & Concerts
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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At one stage they were cited by many as the band most likely to topple Morbid Angel, Deicide, Cannibal Corpse and Nile from the top of the death metal tree, Poland’s Vader produce savagely aggressive music, but retain enough melody and subtlety so that the sounds they make do not degrade merely into white noise.Formed by Peter (Piotr Pawel Wiwcza Read more

Obituary - 56% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
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Immolation - 55% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
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Cryptopsy - 53% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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An almost supernaturally brutal death metal band from Montreal, Canada, Cryptopsy had the distinction for some years of possessing the genre’s most deranged singer in Lord Worm, whose insane cackles, screams and gibbers lent the remarkably technical music an almost tangible air of madness. Together with Steve Thibault (guitar), Dave Galea (guitar), Kevin Weagle (bass) and Read more

Death - 53% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Pop / Rock
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Death - 53% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
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Hate Eternal - 53% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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Formed in 1997 by Morbid Angel’s Erik Rutan (guitar/vocals), the early line-up of this St. Petersburg, Florida, USA-based death metal band included session musicians Alex Webster (bass, also Cannibal Corpse) and Tim Yeung (27 November 1978, Rochester, New York, USA; drums). Jared Anderson (b. 28 December 1975, USA, d. 14 October 2006, Ohio, USA) joined as full-time bass Read more

Behemoth - 50% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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This enduring Polish heavy metal band has been led from the outset by guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Nergal (Adam Michal Darski, 10 June 1977, Gdynia, Poland), the only constant in a fluid line-up. The teenage Nergal founded the band in 1991 and recorded a number of demo tapes that demonstrated his indebtedness to classic black metal. Baal Ravenlock (b. Adam Muraszko, 7 Read more

Malevolent Creation - 50% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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Formed in Buffalo, New York, USA, in 1987, it took Malevolent Creation four years to secure a contract and release their official debut for Roadrunner Records. This gore-fixated recording, The Ten Commandments, was mixed at Morrisound Studios in Florida by noted extreme metal producer Scott Burns, whose distinctive work had previously more or less defined the death metal sound. Read more

Napalm Death - 49% match to Cannibal Corpse

Genres: Heavy Metal
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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This influential rock band from Birmingham, England, was formed in 1981 by teenagers Nic Bullen (Nicholas James Bullen, England) and Miles Ratledge. Dispensing with their original anarcho punk style by the mid-80s, they then absorbed punk and thrash metal influences to create the new subgenera of grindcore, arguably the most extreme of all musical forms. Side one of their 19 Read more


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