Top 10 Best Cannibal Corpse Songs
The rhythmic start followed by the blast beats and gore just blows your head off. This song is awesome. Just think of the labor these guys have put in!
It would have been better if this song had any words.
The true definition of a high-voltage song.
This is their best song... And I think it's the most brutal. Hammer Smashed Face is a great song too... But I can't understand the lyrics that are sung in the song.
Pure savagery. Unleashing the Bloodthirsty needs to be on this list, though.
The first song I heard from Cannibal Corpse.
The first death metal song that I ever liked was Evisceration Plague, and I thought the lyrics were too sick. Boy, was I wrong. By the way, the instrumental is great.
I love this song. It has great guitar work, and Barnes's growls were amazing. It should have a higher rating.
My favorite song, along with Hammer Smashed Face. But I gave this one the vote?
The best Corpse song! From the lyrics to the riffs to the transitions, it's their masterpiece! "She was so beautiful... I had to kill her!" "I come alive in the darkness!" Fantastic! Barnes at his finest!
The main riff is just so evil... The vocals, guitars, bass, and drums... Just bloody awesome!
Best murder song in the world.
I don't understand why so many people think Hammer Smashed Face is the best song from Cannibal Corpse. The voice of Chris Barnes in that song is so quiet and lacks the power that George Fisher has.
This song is absolutely incredible. Everything about it, the guitar riff, the drum beats. Even the lyrics are very clear and brutal. Love this song.
I love this song. It got me into Cannibal Corpse, man.
From the "Bleeding" album of 1994, a staple of Cannibal, mainly for the title. It is, however, much more and demonstrates the evolution of the band. "The Bleeding," being the 4th album, demonstrates a much more refined quality sound than the first three. The riffing on this album, and this song, puts the first 3 albums into the "first three albums" category.
It has to be their best because if you hear his voice, it sounds like he's about to die. It's so brutal.
One of their best songs!
This song epitomizes what Cannibal Corpse is all about. Great guitar work. Awesome lyrics. Drums pounding away. You would have to try hard not to like this song.
Fantastic song, really catchy beat, amazing guitar playing, intense drumming, very good vocals. Definitely one of Cannibal Corpse's best songs without a doubt.
The song was simply amazing. The lyrics were amazing, and the vocals were some of the best I've heard from Corpsegrinder (in my opinion).
Their most technical song to date... But still fast and heavy. The best!
I still think this is the most aggressive music I've heard until today.
So hard to play.
This relates to my life in so many ways. I used to have this as my ringtone at the tender age of 16. I was obsessed with the message in this song. One evening, I sat down for dinner with my family. When my phone rang from the room next door, the room went silent. My mom quickly admitted me to a mental health clinic, as she was concerned for my little sister. #poetryinmotion
Their most underrated song. Necropedophile to me is everything death metal should be.
This song used to make my stomach turn. Then I grew a pair.
This new song is too brutal!
The main riff is the coolest ever! Tomb of the Mutilated is their best album. This is death metal!
One of their best.
So different than a lot of Cannibal's past work, and I feel like that makes it stand out. It takes a break from the epic speed and craziness of their usual work. Instead, they made a crushing death groove of a song, and it slays! Should definitely be rated higher!
This song is definitely one of their best, even if it's a bit more recent. It has such a slow and heavy riff. It's one of their most brutal-sounding songs.
That main riff! So brutal, groovy, and gory.
The guitar work on this song is so beautiful. Pat kicks so much ass here.
A straightforward song with amazing vocals. It stays loyal to the intro riff throughout the song.
Fast and brutal... deserves top ten!
An amazing, brutal song!
That intro is one of the best death metal moments ever!
Brutal death metal vocals here, and some seriously relentless technical guitar playing. What more can you ask for?
Easily their best and most powerful song!
Best lyrics, riffs, and solos.