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George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher, the revered vocalist of CANNIBAL CORPSE and a standout figure in the death metal scene, has once again demonstrated his benevolence

Corpsegrinder, known for his exceptional musical prowess, has extended his kindness to the community. Recently, he and his family contributed by donating an impressive collection of seven bags filled with plush toys to a Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida. These plushies are presumed to have been amassed through his skills in various claw games.

“Last week @stacy.alourdasfisher @mayflow_r and myself brought 7 bags of plushies to @allchildrens hospital in St. Pete, FL,” wrote Corpsegrinder. “A huge THANK YOU to the entire staff! They gave us a certificate of appreciation but in all honesty they deserve one and much, much more for their tireless efforts to help children.”

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital stands as a distinguished clinical and academic health system, specializing in delivering expert pediatric care to infants, children, and teenagers confronted by some of the most intricate medical challenges.

Meanwhile, as for CANNIBAL CORPSE, they’re on the brink of unveiling a new album and embarking on an electrifying tour that promises to captivate their fans.

Since 1988, CANNIBAL CORPSE have been at the forefront of death metal, shaping and defining the genre. In 2021, they raised the stakes again with “Violence Unimagined”. And in 2023, the band’s thirty-fifth anniversary, they return with its successor, the equally monstrous “Chaos Horrific”, starting a new chapter in their storied legacy.

Written shortly after the conclusion of the “Violence Unimagined” sessions, echoes of that album exist in “Chaos Horrific”.

“To me, this album feels sort of like a continuation of ‘Violence Unimagined’,” says bassist Alex Webster.

The bandmembers have always been noted for technicality and complex songwriting, but that doesn’t define where the writing process takes them.

“I believe that our songwriting has progressed in a manner where every song paves its own path, whether it’s a straightforward or technical song,” notes guitarist Rob Barrett. “Sometimes it’s a mix of both, so there’s no preconceived idea that we want to be more technical. The music just sort of takes its own course.”

Webster concurs: “I don’t think there was any conscious effort to make things more technical, so if it wound up that way it would just be a natural result of us trying to write the heaviest songs we could.”

CANNIBAL CORPSE had no master plan, approaching each track with an open mind.

“I never go into a record thinking about anything, I just let the writing flow freely with no limitations,” says guitarist/producer Erik Rutan. “But this time, I knew I wanted to push the envelope a bit in a different direction than ‘Violence Unimagined’ — expand the dynamics, explore new territory without departing from what CANNIBAL CORPSE is and always shall be.”

Rutan has now produced six CANNIBAL CORPSE albums, starting with 2006’s “Kill”, and this is Rutan‘s second release as a full-fledged member, since officially joining in 2020. Tracking at Rutan‘s Mana Studio in Florida, the band’s home state, was comfortable for all involved, who were at the top of their game and ready to give it their all. Things went smoother than ever, particularly on the guitar front thanks to Barrett and Rutan having “custom guitars built with longer scale necks to hold the proper intonation necessary for lower tunings,” says Barrett.

Mazurkiewicz named the record and his cohorts felt it was a great representation of the band. Subjects covered include fighting off hordes of zombies (“Chaos Horrific”),the selection of a random individual to be dismembered and sacrificed (“Summoned For Sacrifice”),and the violent revenge of victims of human trafficking (“Vengeful Invasion”). The album artwork by longtime collaborator Vince Locke is also suitably CANNIBAL CORPSE-esque, featuring a chaotic tangle of the living and the undead, evoking the lyrics of the title track.

In advance of the record’s release, the band unleashed the first single and accompanying video for “Blood Blind”.

Mazurkiewicz said: “‘Blood Blind’ is about mass mutilations to reset the human race in a genocide that was embraced by the masses.” Rutan adds: “‘Blood Blind’ was the first song musically that I wrote for ‘Chaos Horrific’. It all started with that funeral march of a first riff floating around in my head and it took off from there. Heavy and disturbing, it worked its way into an aggressive smorgasbord of depth and swirling darkness! I thought it would be great to collaborate so I had Paul add his lyrical stamp to it…”

Coinciding with the release of “Chaos Horrific”CANNIBAL CORPSE will embark on a month-long North American co-headlining tour with MAYHEM. The journey begins September 22 in Nashville, Tennessee and runs through October 21 in Louisville, Kentucky. Support will be provided by special guests GORGUTS and BLOOD INCANTATION.