During a recent appearance on the “Metal Blade Live Series,” Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher talked a bit about his Serpentine Dominion project with Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage, Times Of Grace) and Shannon Lucas (ex-The Black Dahlia Murder). When asked about the possibility of making a new album with group, the frontman responded by saying that he “would love to do it.”
Fisher said the following about a possible new album:
“I text with Adam D. here and there, and we always talk about it. He did say to me that he had a little intro thing written, but who knows? He might have used that for something else. I don’t know. I haven’t talked to him about it. But when I do talk to him, I try not to bug him; there’s so much other shit going on in life and whatnot. We have had conversations about it, especially before all this [pandemic] stuff that happened. And somewhere down the line, it would be great to do another one. And I would love to actually do one and tour for it — get to do some shows for it.
It’s crazy — we put [the first album] out [in 2016], and it had a really good response, but I think it maybe went over people’s heads. It’s kind of like the PATHS OF POSSESSION records I did — I think it kind of went over people’s heads when we put those two records out, because we didn’t tour for ’em. Listen, you can put a record out and it can go just go largely unnoticed, no matter how famous the people who put it out are…
A lot of people initially were into it, and then it might have waned a little bit, because we didn’t get to tour for it. [Adam is] busy, I’m busy. He’s in some band called KILLSWITCH ENGAGE; maybe you’ve heard of ’em — I mean, one of the biggest fucking metal bands there is. They were touring, and then we were…
“he first time that this whole thing was brought up was in 2009 when [CANNIBAL CORPSE] did Mayhem fest with [KILLSWITCH ENGAGE], and SLAYER and all the other bands. He brought it up to me about writing a record and doing a record with me. So, it took us, like, five years to get it done. Right now, as far as we know, Shannon, we haven’t really talked to him, so nobody knows if he’s been drumming or not, so it’s possible we’d have to get somebody else [to play drums]. So there’s some obstacles, but definitely it’s on the radar, I would say. I would love to do it. And who knows? Knowing D., he’ll probably message me if he sees this, and he’ll be, like, ‘I’ve got 10 songs. What are you fucking doing?’ You never know.”