Cannibal Corpse Singer Says New Songs Are Mini Horror Stories (A Top Story)

On Thursday Cannibal Corpse Singer Says New Songs Are Mini Horror Stories was a top story. Here is the recap: (TeamRock Radio) Cannibal Corpse singer George Fisher says the band's new songs are individual mini horror stories. He adds that fans shouldn't take the lyrics too seriously. The band release 13th album A Skeletal Domain on September 16th in North America and a day earlier in the UK.

'Corpsegrinder' tells Artisan News: "We're always a little bit annoyed when people think that we're writing serious songs for people to read and be crazy. They're just stories. It's a short story with music, a horror film with a metal soundtrack."

The singer says recording the album was a challenge as it was almost impossible to get the entire band together for any length of time. He adds: "The biggest challenge was that all of us were doing so much different stuff throughout the process that we weren't really together much recording it, except for the drums."

He continues - here.

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