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  • Summary: The 15th full-length studio release for the death metal quintet was produced by Erik Rutan, who also joined as its lead guitarist in 2021.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 5
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 5
  3. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. Apr 16, 2021
    83
    Violence Unimagined doesn’t precisely deliver a standout track, but it promises an exciting and surprisingly subtle turn in the band’s legacy of brutality.
  2. Apr 16, 2021
    80
    Violence Unimagined sounds exactly as you imagine it will, but still surprises in just how much Cannibal Corpse have left in the tank.
  3. Apr 16, 2021
    76
    Violence Unimagined is thus not only a treat for those who feast upon flesh but also a proof of resilience, power, and determination. It is yet another successful chapter in one of the best portfolios the genre has to offer.
  4. Apr 16, 2021
    73
    So while Violence Unimagined ranks as a top tier late-era Cannibal Corpse record, its triumphs are somewhat understated. It features plenty of impressive turns from drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz and some particularly inspired songs from guitarist Rob Barrett (“Murderous Rampage,” “Inhumane Harvest”). It is also at least their third studio album that feels like a conscious restart.
  5. Apr 23, 2021
    70
    Lyrical monotony aside, Violence Unimagined turns the page onto an exciting new chapter of a most colorful and remarkable history.
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  1. Feb 13, 2022
    7
    38 #MinimalneRecenzje Cannibal Corpse - Violence Unimagined (6,8/10)
    [death metal]
    Teksty wielorako dotykają zła, to o bogu, to o pandemii,
    38 #MinimalneRecenzje Cannibal Corpse - Violence Unimagined (6,8/10)
    [death metal]

    Teksty wielorako dotykają zła, to o bogu, to o pandemii, skrzywionym społeczeństwie, wojsku, szkoda tylko, że już wszystkie przymiotniki opisujące ból i śmierć zostały wyczerpane przez band a i tak słuchacza nimi obrzucają. Wokal eksperymentalny, w różnych tempach Fischer próbuje się odnaleźć, na krzykach wyższych i niższych, ogólnie daje rade mimo iż czasem nie trafia w metrum i kłuję to w uszy. Gitary różnorodnie atakują ciekawymi ale i odtwórczymi riffami, solówki są chore, perkusja jest katatoniczna i ryje genialnie, tempo jest monotonnie miarowo szybkie Minusy - długość; cena; monotonność Plusy - cover; mix/master; świeżość brzmienia

    Najgorszy numer - Inhuman Harvest
    Najlepszy numer - Condemnation Contagion
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