Eaten Back to Life
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|Eaten Back to Life|
|Studio album by|
|Released||August 17, 1990|
|Recorded||May 1990 at Morrisound Recording, Tampa, Florida|
|Label||Metal Blade, Space Shower Music (JPN)|
|Cannibal Corpse chronology|
Eaten Back to Life is the debut studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released on August 17, 1990, through Metal Blade Records. The album was banned in Germany—censored versions of the album were not available, but the ban was revoked in June 2006—and other countries because of the violent cover and the extreme nature of the lyrics. Glen Benton of Deicide and Francis H. Howard of Opprobrium (then known as Incubus) perform back-up vocals on "Mangled" and "A Skull Full of Maggots".
The remastered version includes a video of "Born in a Casket (Live)" as well as a less saturated cover color, a new text scheme for the title, and the Fisher-era Cannibal Corpse text logo.
All music written by Cannibal Corpse.
|1.||"Shredded Humans"||Chris Barnes, Jack Owen||5:11|
|3.||"Put Them to Death"||Barnes||1:50|
|4.||"Mangled"||Barnes, Paul Mazurkiewicz||4:29|
|5.||"Scattered Remains, Splattered Brains"||Barnes, Owen||2:34|
|6.||"Born in a Casket"||Barnes||3:20|
|7.||"Rotting Head"||Barnes, Owen||2:26|
|8.||"The Undead Will Feast"||Barnes, Owen, Alex Webster||2:49|
|10.||"A Skull Full of Maggots"||Barnes||2:06|
|11.||"Buried in the Backyard"||Barnes||5:11|
- Chris Barnes – vocals
- Bob Rusay – lead guitar
- Jack Owen – rhythm guitar
- Alex Webster – bass
- Paul Mazurkiewicz – drums
- Additional Personnel
- Glen Benton – backing vocals on "Mangled" & "A Skull Full of Maggots"
- Francis H. Howard – backing vocals on "Mangled" & "A Skull Full of Maggots"
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