• Cannibal Corpse have released a video of Devoured By Vermin

  • Unheard Of, Jack Owen and Paul Mazurkiewicz's side project, have released one track on Metal Blade Records 'Guitars That Rule The World 2: Smell The Fuzz' compilation

  • Hate Plow, Rob Barrett's side project band, has released a track on Pavement Records' 'What's For Dinner' compilation and are expecting an early '97 release for their first full length album entitled R.A.P.E. (Retarded Americans Possessed By Evil)

  • Cannibal Corpse have re-released Vile on CD and includes bonus live tracks and the full-length version of the Devoured By Vermin video

  • Cannibal Corpse will be releasing a new full-length LP in January/February 1998

    Taken from the Official Malevolent Creation Page
    That's right, kids. Rob Barrett is back in Malevolent Creation, full time! Here's the story. After Rob left Cannibal Corpse, he came back to Florida, and hooked up with Phil and Jason for the Hate Plow project. However, while Phil was in Phoenix for the mastering of the new Malevolent album (due out July first now) they found out that John Paul, the guitarist on In Cold Blood, would not be able to tour with the band on both the upcoming U.S. and European dates. Rob, who was set to come along on the tour anyway as merchandise manager offered to fill in. So Rob, Jason and Derrick headed up to Tampa so Rob could learn the songs. When Phil got back from Phoenix yesterday, Rob was sold on the material and is now a full time member of Malevolent! This a welcome return, as Rob was last seen in the Malevolent fold on Retribution, which is perhaps Malevolent's sickest album ever. Now that he's back, Let the murdering begin...

    Cannibal Corpse will be releasing a live video, available on November 25th. More details will be posted as they become available

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