Title: Vile Says Fuck Off!
Style: Hardcore, Punk
Format: MP3 FLAC WAV DMF MP4 ASF MP4 MP3 MP2
FLAC size: 1783 mb | MP3 size: 1309 mb | WMA size: 1371 mb
Vile is the fifth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released in 1996 through Metal Blade Records. It was originally titled Created to Kill (which is featured in the Cannibal Corpse Box set) and had partially been completed with Chris Barnes on vocals. Before the album was released, Barnes was dismissed from the band, which then brought in Monstrosity vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher to finish the album's vocal work
Vile has become known for his unmistakable nasal drawl and classic rock and folk sensibilities, but his musical origins leaned on a more lo-fi, psychedelic sound with records like 2008’s Constant Hitmaker and 2009’s Childish Prodigy. His forthcoming album, Bottle It In, certainly doesn’t sound forced as it’s got plenty of breathing space. The tracks that make up the album’s hour and 20 minute length are chill, melodic and perpetually locked into a head-bobbing groove. Mind you there’s still distorted and twangy riffs on tracks like Loading Zones and his Charlie Rich cover, Rollin With The Flow, and these riffs often interact with his measured grooves, but the grooves humbly take center stage, and it doesn’t take very long for them to become fixed into your mind, body and soul.
Vile and Barnett’s upcoming album was recorded in 8 days, spread over the span of nearly 15 months. Regarding their collaboration, Barnett says in a statement: In 2014 I scored a support slot opening for Kurt at the Abbotsford Convent. He hit me up when he was coming to Melbourne next and said he thought we could work together. The pair are mutual admirers. i'm a sucker for that kinda song: instant classic. Barnett adds, Smoke Ring was one of my first purchases on vinyl. I was getting over a big break-up, unemployed and drifting and I would just lie on my bed and listen to 'Peepin' Tom' on repeat.
Vile by Cannibal Corpse, released 21 May 1996 1. Devoured by Vermin 2. Mummified in Barbed Wire 3. Perverse Suffering 4. Disfigured 5. Bloodlands 6. Puncture Wound Massacre 7. Relentless Beating 8. Absolute Hatred 9. Eaten from Inside 10. Orgasm Through Torture 11. Monolith. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
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Vile’s impressive introspective new record mesmerizes in its ability to be introspective and honest. For someone as assuredly self aware and introspective as Vile, the assessment feels less an aside or a wink and more a confession. The title track, Bottle It In, sees an echo effect that amplifies that soliloquy, as Vile says, Don’t tell them that you love them for your own sake, cuz you never know when your heart’s gonna break, and that’s a chance you just can’t take.
Kurt Vile will release Bottle It In, an album of ramshackle songs and quizzical lyrics that’s his most consistent to date, in October. Awilda climbed onto Mr. Vile’s shoulders in the sun room of the family’s house, which prompted Delphine to ask him to lift her by the arms and flip her over. And they were talking about butts. We’re in Philly, but we’re next to the woods, somehow, said Mr. Vile, who grew up in Lansdowne, a nearby suburb.
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- Recorded At – Radiobeat Studios
- Producer – Vile
- Producer, Engineer – Jimmy Dufour
Notes600 copies pressed. Includes 7"x14" double-sided insert.
All songs taken from the Solution LP recording session. Side A is previously unreleased, side B is alternate versions.
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