Dee Snider Apologizes For Cannibal Corpse Comments

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(Metal Hammer) Twisted Sister's Dee Snider has apologized to Cannibal Corpse for calling their debut album "vulgar and disgusting." Snider was discussing censorship when he recalled how he was outraged when he first heard Cannibal Corpse's 1990 debut Eaten Back To Life.

But after later being called out on Twitter by former Cannibal Corpse singer Chris Barnes, Snider backed down and apologized. Although he faced up to censorship when he famously took on the PMRC (Parents Music Resource Center) in the 1980s, Snider said that Cannibal Corpse took things too far.

Snider told Noisy: "I once threw a record into the garbage - Cannibal Corpse's first record. I was disgusted, because, to me, it wasn't being artistic in any way. It was being vulgar and disgusting just for shock value." here.

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