Erik Rutan Joined Cannibal Corpse as a Full-Time Member and New Single from Upcoming Album Revealed

Cannibal Corpse have premiered their new single “Inhumane Harvest” online, having previously aired it yesterday.

Death Metal Pioneer Cannibal Corpse have streamed their new single “Inhumane Harvest” online for the first time and it has previously been aired yesterday, February 01st, exclusively via SiriusXM‘s Liquid Metal channel. The premiered song which is the first track of the band has been shared from their upcoming 15th studio album, “Violence Unimagined“, is going to be released out April 16th on Metal Blade Records. Pre-orders have started to take a place on

“Violence Unimagined” notably finds Erik Rutan of Hate Eternal, ex-Morbid Angel, etc. fame graduating to a full-time member, taking over for Pat O’Brien. The latter, of course, has been on a hiatus from the outfit since being arrested for a bizarre series of incidents that took place in 2018. Rutan had been filling in as a touring member since then prior to fully joining the band last year.

Violence Unimagined” track listing:

01 – “Murderous Rampage
02 – “Necrogenic Resurrection
03 – “Inhumane Harvest
04 – “Condemnation Contagion
05 – “Surround, Kill, Devour
06 – “Ritual Annihilation
07 – “Follow The Blood
08 – “Bound And Burned
09 – “Slowly Sawn
10 – “Overtorture
11 – “Cerements Of The Flayed

Bands founder Bassist Alex Webster didn’t join the new full-length records because of Covid Restrictions and recorded bass lines at home. He talked about Erik Rutan and new album “I think the most noticeable difference on this record will be the addition of Erik to the band. He wrote three full songs for the record, music and lyrics, and his songwriting and guitar playing have added something new, and I think his musical style integrated into ours very well.”

“He’s a great friend of ours, so on a personal level, he’s been a perfect fit, as we knew he would be. Beyond that, he’s one of the hardest working people I know, in music or otherwise, and he maintains high energy, positive demeanour in challenging situations where other people might go in a negative direction. This energy and great attitude rub off on the rest of us as well. That’s really a perfect situation to have when you add someone to a band or any kind of team: someone who’s great at what they do, and also inspires the people around them.”

He also added some information about the sound and songs;

“It really follows the path we’ve been going down for a few years now. I think we approach the writing in a similar way almost every time: each of us tries to write the heaviest, most memorable songs we can. We want each song to have its own identifiable character. Showing my age, I like to say you can ‘drop the needle’ on any point of one of our albums and quickly tell which song you’re listening to.”

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