|Recorded October–December 2005|
Release date 21 March 2006
Label Metal Blade Records
|Studio (see Studios)|
Artist Cannibal Corpse
Producer Erik Rutan
|Released March 21, 2006 (2006-03-21)|
Kill (2006) Evisceration Plague (2009)
Genres Death metal, Brutal death metal
Similar Cannibal Corpse albums, Death metal albums
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Kill is the tenth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, released on March 21, 2006. This release marks the return of guitarist Rob Barrett, who had previously played on The Bleeding and Vile. The European version of the album comes with a live DVD filmed in Strasbourg in 2004 called Hammer Smashed Laiterie. The album was produced at Mana Recording Studios by Hate Eternal guitarist Erik Rutan.
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- Cover art
- Critical reception
- Public reception
- Cannibal Corpse
- Additional musicians
- Artwork and design
Music videos were produced for the tracks "Make Them Suffer" and "Death Walking Terror".
In the week following its release, Kill became the second Cannibal Corpse album to make an appearance on the Billboard 200 chart, debuting at #170.
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The album cover is one of only three Cannibal Corpse album covers to not feature explicit graphic violence. Alex Webster, in an interview, stated that they decided to have an album cover such as this because all the band members couldn't agree on a cover for the album. Also he stated that they wanted their fans to focus on their music and not to be distracted by a violent cover. He stated "this time they wanted to do something different."
"The original art that Vince [Locke] gave us was really cool, but we didn't think it would make the best cover. We decided to use it as interior art, and just have a simple band logo/album title type cover. The main focus of our band should be music anyway, so I don't think it's a big deal that the cover's not a blood soaked scene of carnage the way our others have been. This doesn't mean we won't have more bloody covers in the future though."
The album has been received quite positively by critics: AllMusic gave it a 3.5 out of 5 rating, stating that "Kill doesn't break any new ground for the veteran sickos, but if it ain't broke don't fix it -- just turn it up louder", while also commenting that the songs are "13 aural assaults that will be welcomed by fans with open mouths"; About.com gave it a 4.5 out of 5 rating, with the only pros being "brutal, devastating death metal" and no cons.
Kill was well received by the public. On Rate Your Music the album has an average rating of 3.32 of 5, based on more than 1,250 ratings, and on Sputnikmusic the album has a "great" average rating of 3.7 of 5, based on more than 850 ratings.
Writing, performance and production credits are adapted from the album liner notes.
Artwork and design
1The Time to Kill Is Now2:04
2Make Them Suffer2:51