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Cannibal Corpse live at the in 2007 Studio albums 14 Live albums 2 Video albums 4 Music videos 11 EPs 2 Box sets 1 is a five-piece American band formed in 1988 in. In 1989, they recorded a, and with the good repercussion drew the attention of, with whom they signed a contract to record their debut album, that was released in 1990. Followed by two studio albums, 1991's, and 1992's. In 1993, guitarist Bob Rusay left the band, and was replaced by, who joined the group in time to appear with the band in 's film. In 1994, they released, the debut record with Barrett, and the last album with vocalist, who left the band to concentrate on his side project.
Then vocalist took the post as vocalist, with whom the band released in 1996, resulting as the band's first album to appear on the chart, debuting at number 151. On the next album, 1998's, Rob Barrett was replaced. In 1999, they released, followed by the group's first live album, (2000). Was released in 2002, followed by the boxed set, a four-disc career retrospective, that was released in 2003. The ninth album, was released in 2004, followed by in 2006, which appeared on the Billboard 200 chart at number 170. In between The Wretched Spawn and Kill, founding guitarist left the band, being replaced by former Cannibal Corpse and guitarist Rob Barrett, who had played with the band from 1993 until 1997. As of 2008, their latest release is the DVD, containing a three-disc documentary with the band's history and several concert performances.
In 2009, became their first release to crack the Top 100 of the Billboard 200 at number 66. Was released in 2012. It sold 9,600 copies in its first week, enough to enter the top 40 on the American albums chart, peaking at 38. Was released in 2014. It sold 8,800 copies in its first week and hit 32 on the Billboard 200.
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