A new interview with drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz of Tampa, Florida death metallers CANNIBAL CORPSE conducted on February 16, 2009 at the Academy in Manchester, England aired this past Tuesday (February 24) on the "Metal Headz" radio show on Calon FM.
The chat is now available for streaming at this location.
CANNIBAL CORPSE is currently on the road in Europe as the support act for CHILDREN OF BODOM.
"Evisceration Plague", the new album from CANNIBAL CORPSE, registered the following first-week chart positions:
"Evisceration Plague" sold 9,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release. (Note: Nielsen SoundScan initially reported a first-week total of 7,500 for "Evisceration Plague", but that number has since been "adjusted," according to the band's record label, Metal Blade Records.) This is more than 50 percent higher than the opening tally of the band's previous CD, "Kill" (2006), which landed at No. 170 after shifting more than 6,000 copies. In 1996, CANIBAL CORPSE's "Vile" premiered at No. 151, with more than 6,100 copies sold.
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