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Cannibal Corpse - Live Cannibalism
Cannibal Corpse - Live Cannibalism
Actors: George Fisher, Jack Owen, Alex Webster, Paul Mazurkiewicz Jr., Pat O'Brien
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2000     1hr 37min

Studio: Red Distribution Release Date: 06/11/2002

     
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Actors: George Fisher, Jack Owen, Alex Webster, Paul Mazurkiewicz Jr., Pat O'Brien
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Concerts, Pop, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock & Metal
Studio: Metal Blade
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 11/07/2000
Original Release Date: 01/01/2000
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2000
Release Year: 2000
Run Time: 1hr 37min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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CRAZY BAND, CRAZY FANS
Total Scumbag | Hell | 01/01/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Cannibal Corpse, the band is crazy enough but after seeing this video you get to see how crazy their fans are too. At one point in this DVD, the guitarist describes a typical Cannibal Corpse fan. 1. Cannibal Corpse t-shirt 2. dirty facial hair 3. hasn't showered in a couple of days. At another point in the video George Fisher tells us that he has worn the same jeans for the entire U.S. tour and he has gone 12 days without showering before and he doesnt care. Ok...I think you understand how crazy Cannibal Corpse and their fans are. Cannibal Corpse puts on an incredible performance in this DVD and it is great to see all the metalheads out in the crowd moshing to their music. You see people wearing Obituary, Six Feet Under, Slipknot, Immolation, Marduk, Morbid Angel, Deicide, and of course Cannibal Corpse t-shirts and you really get to appreciate metal. The two music videos in this DVD are pretty cool but the shining moment is when Corpse plays "Hammer Smashed Face". They play the song perfectly and the crowd goes absolutely nuts moshing as hard as they can. Cannibal Corpse is a great band and after seeing this DVD I definitely want to see Cannibal Corpse live myself. With "Gore Obsessed" coming out in February a world tour is sure to take place and I definitely will be checking that out."
Pounded Into Dust
Aaron Allison | Sterling, VA (Northern VA) | 01/10/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD is an excellent example of Cannibal Corpse in their live show. Talented at what they do, they know their music well and they perform it perfectly. Bassist Alex Webster is incredible, and he uses no pick with his bass guitar. Performing some of their old songs, their greatest hits, some new ones and a little footage from each member keeps this DVD interesting to watch. 2 music videos, "Sentenced To Burn" and "Devoured By Vermin" that are uncensored are on this and about 20+ minutes of footage with the guitarists tuning up and the drummer going at it for a sound check. This DVD is worth buying, especially if you've got surround sound and excellent quality for your DVD player, you'll love it if you love Cannibal Corpse."
I Rest my Case. They are brilliantly brutal!!
MusicFreak | FL | 09/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Aaaarghhhh!! I finally got it! I already had the CD, but I just couldn't resist getting the DVD 'cause I've never had the pleasure of seeing the Corpse live (pun, anyone?). And what a brutal pleasure it is! The sound is very clear for such complex and extreme music. Every instrument is perfectly audible. The only small, tiny gripe I have is with Fisher's stage presence. His vocal delivery is faultless - it is brutal, precise, and passionate. But he mostly just stands there with his left foot propped up on the monitor, and headbangs when he isn't singing. He could maybe move around a bit more, be more expressive. But, hey,maybe he's just into delivering his vocals, and that's fine, because, again, he does do that amazingly well. The videos are awesome, too bad the super crappy mainstream bozos on Mtv don't play them. Very gory and scary. They should bring back the Headbanger's Ball and play this (and other) stuff. The extra footage at the end ain't that great - just your typical soundcheck. I expected drunken manic behavior, not a serious soundcheck and cool, sober chat with some fans. Goes to show how professional they are. They might not shower much, but musically, they are on top of their game and taking care of business. Now, the title of my review alludes to a case. The case is this - People who slag CC saying they can't play have obviously not seen them play. I have played bass for 11 years, and I play Jazz now, but I did play on a Death Metal band in the mid-90's. After watching this, it is painfully obvious that I could not pull off most of these songs, unless I practiced them very slowly for several weeks, and gradually sped them up. That applies only to the non-tapping songs. Alex plays some very complex tapping parts on several of these songs. Because I have never bothered learning to tap, the songs on which he does tap I would need months to master. In short, saying that these guys can't play is just like saying that Aretha Franklin can't sing. It is just plain WRONG!! Therefore, after watching this, I rest my case. The guys in CC are amazing musicians. I'd rather hear them than show-off "virtuosos" like the guys in Dream Theater, who think they are musical gods. Canibal Corpse f--- rules, and they can outplay those posers any day. Period."
Another good Cannibal performance
Jeremy Whitman | Lafayette, Louisiana United States | 01/03/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"What a wonderful DVD this is. Over and hour of live music and short interview clippings as well as two music videos are enough to satisfy even the band's older fans! The great track listing, lifting material from every studio album, also adds a plus to this release. Unfortunately, the sound suffers due to Cannibal Corpse's signature guitar sound (which, you must admit, is not the cleanest) and their recent 6 to 7-string downtuned evolution. The result sounds fine through a PA, but not through your itty-bitty TV speakers. Their stage-presence has also faultered since '92's "Eats Moscow Alive!" video, but the band's actual playing ability has vastly improved. The addition 20 or so minutes of sound-checking footage is a really nice touch for the fans, as well."