Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher Recalls The Time He Hung Out With Cher

During an interview with Metal Hammer, Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher revealed that he once hung out with Cher at her house. The meeting happened about 15-20 years ago when the band were asked to perform at a birthday party for Cher‘s son Elijah Blue Allman (Deadsy).

Fisher said the following about the experience:

“Cher’s son Elijah, who is in the band Deadsy, is a big Cannibal Corpse fan and maybe 15 or 20 years ago he wanted us to come out to LA and play his birthday party at the Viper Room. His birthday is two days after mine, so my wife and I went out a few days early: ‘Let’s just fly out there, hang around for a few days, then we’ll play the show.’

The day before the show, Elijah invited us up to Cher’s house. When we got there, she wasn’t there – she was out shopping. I was like, ‘Yeah, of course Cher’s out shopping.’ But I didn’t know that she came back. I was talking to Elijah, and my wife starts hitting me on the arm. I go, ‘What?’ And she just whispers: ‘Cher!’ I’m like, ‘Ok, that’s cool, but it’s not like meeting King Diamond or Chuck Billy’, cos I’m in awe of those guys.

She was super-nice. We’re there and Cher is making food for us, and stuff. She came to the show as well. I apologized to her for having to listen to Cannibal Corpse, but she was, like, ‘No, I liked it.’ I’m, like, ‘Come on Cher, do the metal sign.’ And she goes, ‘Honey, I was metal before you were born.’ I’m, like, ‘Damn – I just got owned by Cher!’”

Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher To Guest On Dee Snider’s New Album

Dee Snider (Twisted Sister) has confirmed that George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher (Cannibal Corpse) will be guesting on his new song “Time To Chose.” That track is from Snider’s upcoming album “Leave A Scar.” Aside from Fisher, the album is also expected to feature Howard Jones (Light The Torch, ex-Killswitch Engage) and more. The effort is currently being mixed by Nicky Bellmore and producer Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed) recently shared a teaser for it, which you can check out below.

George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher Open To Making New Serpentine Dominion Album: “I Would Love To Do It”

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.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Deeds Of Flesh Premiere New Song “Ethereal Ancestors” Featuring Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher

Deeds Of Flesh have premiered a new song titled “Ethereal Ancestors.” The track, which features Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher, is from the band’s new album “Nucleus,” which will be released on December 11. Jacoby Kingston commented:

“‘Ethereal Ancestors‘ is one of my favorite tracks on the ‘Nucleus‘ album. The song features guest vocals from the mighty George Corpsegrinder and has super strong riffs, blasts, and vocal patterns throughout the song. Ethereal drives like a freight train all the way through and are super powerful. Getting to perform dual vocals with George is definitely one of the highlights of my death metal career. I think fans of both Deeds and Cannibal Corpse will appreciate this one!”

Cannibal Corpse, Ex-Suffocation, Etc. Members To Guest On New Deeds Of Flesh Album “Nucleus”

Deeds Of Flesh have revealed the details for their new album “Nucleus.” The effort will be released on December 11 and it will feature George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher (Cannibal Corpse), Frank Mullen (ex-Suffocation), Luc Lemay (Gorguts), Bill Robinson (Decrepit Birth), and more. A lyric video for the first single, “Alyen Scourge,“ can be found below:

“Nucleus” Track Listing:

01. “Odyssey”
02. “Alyen Scourge”
03. “Ascension Vortex” [feat. Bill Robinson (Decrepit Birth), Obie Flett (Pathology), & Anthony Trapani (Odious Mortem, Severed Savior)]
04. “Catacombs of the Monolith” [feat. Luc Lemay (Gorguts)]
05. “Ethereal Ancestors” [feat. George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher (Cannibal Corpse)]
06. “Nucleus” [feat. John Gallagher (Dying Fetus)]
07. “Races Conjoined” [feat. Matti Way (Submerged, ex-Disgorge), Frank Mullen (ex-Suffocation), & Jon Zig (Serpentian)]
08. “Terror” [feat. Dusty Boisjolie (Severed Savior, Illuminegra) & Robbe Kok (Disavowed)]
09. “Onward”

Craig Peters said the following about the record, which will complete the story that started with “What’s To Come”:

“After we started the writing process for Nucleus about seven years ago, I’m very glad that now fans will be able to hear what we’ve been working on. This album is special to me because I got to work closely with Erik [Lindmark] on the material to really craft a cinematic experience for the listener.

With the passing of Erik we were all saddened by the news and not sure where things would go with the album and the band. It only seemed right to have Jacoby [Kingston] and Mike [Hamilton] come back into the fold to help finish this album.

They’re such a huge part of the Deeds Of Flesh legacy that I couldn’t see the album completed any other way. Nucleus completes this amazing story that Erik started with Of What’s To Come with a fusion of older and newer musical elements of the band with stuff fans have never heard before. Get ready because this album is an intense journey!”

Kingston added:

“After losing Erik, it didn’t feel right to have anyone else do the vocals on this album, so I knew coming out of retirement only made sense. Mike Hamilton and I made a plan to tackle the story and lyrics as a team and it came out better than I could have hoped for.

Writing and performing on this album brought me back to the early days of recording ‘Gradually Melted‘ and ‘Trading Pieces‘, when everything was new and exciting. We put 100% into this album and I think it really shows.

The dream team of guest vocalists that laid down tracks on this album is ridiculous and humbling at the same time. We are honored to have them, and I think fans will be excited about it once they learn who is on there.

The music is freaking crazy, but it’s definitely a Deeds album. We’ve managed to mix some of the old and new together to come out with a hybrid form for a new era.”

Cannibal Corpse Recording New Album

It looks like Cannibal Corpse have been recording their new album as of late. George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher shared the below photo from the studio.

Igorrr Premiere New Video For “Parpaing“ Feat. Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher

Igorrr have premiered a new video for their new song “Parpaing.“ This track features Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher and it will appear on the band’s new album “Spirituality And Distortion” (out March 27).

Iggorrr’s Gautier Serre commented:

“We are so honored to welcome the final boss of death metal: George Fisher, to sing on one of the most brutal Igorrr tracks we have ever made.

I’ve been a huge fan of George since the legendary albums “Gallery of Suicide” and “Bloodthirst” from Cannibal Corpse which had a pretty serious influence on my music.

His participation makes a complete sense to me and to this track: who’s got a better voice than George Fisher’s voice and could fit better on chiptune 8 bit music? Heaviness versus its opposite, I found on this track the perfect match, the perfect balance.”

Hatebreed Frontman Jamey Jasta Reveals Track Listing For “The Lost Chapters: Volume 2”

Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta has officially revealed the track listing for his new album “The Lost Chapters: Volume 2.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the record will be released on December 13.

“The Lost Chapters: Volume 2” Track Listing:

01. “They Want Your Soul” (feat. Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher)
02. “Return From War” (feat. Soulfly’s Max Cavalera)
03. “Strength To Draw The Line” (feat. Killswitch Engage’s Jesse Leach)
04. “Cleansed By The Waves” (feat. Ignite’s Zoli Teglas)
05. “When The Contagion Is You” (feat. Trivium’s Matt Heafy)
06. “Spilled Blood Never Dries” (feat. Crowbar’s Kirk Windstein)
07. “Heaven Gets What It Wants” (feat. Light The Torch’s Howard Jones)
08. “Silence Is The Enemy” (feat. Biohazard’s Billy Graziadei)
09. “Just Breathing” (feat. Emmure’s Frank Palmeri)
10. “Our Guardian Angel” (feat. Sacred Reich’s Phil Rind)
11. “13 Appears” (feat. Prong’s Tommy Victor)
12. “Holy Wars… The Punishment Due” (Megadeth cover) (feat. Joey Concepcion)

This news comes after Jasta recently released two songs from the album, “When The Contagion Is You” featuring Matt Heafy and “Strength To Draw The Line” featuring Jesse Leach. A lyric video for “When The Contagion Is You” has since been shared as well:

Hatebreed Frontman Jamey Jasta To Release “The Lost Chapters: Volume 2” In December

Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta has announced that he will be releasing his new album “The Lost Chapters: Volume 2” on December 13. That effort will feature various guests including: Max Cavalera (Soulfly, etc.), Jesse Leach (Killswitch Engage), George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher (Cannibal Corpse), Howard Jones (Light The Torch/ex-Killswitch Engage), Matt Heafy (Trivium), Kirk Windstein (Crowbar, Kingdom Of Sorrow), Frankie Palmeri (Emmure), Tommy Victor (Prong), Phil Rind (Sacred Reich), Zoli Teglas (Ignite), and Billy Graziadei (Biohazard, etc.). Pre-orders can be found HERE.

Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher To Guest On Hatebreed Frontman Jamey Jasta’s New Album

Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta has revealed that Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher will be guesting on the second volume of “Lost Chapters” from his Jasta project. Previously confirmed guests include: Max Cavalera (Soulfly, etc.), Matt Heafy (Trivium), Frankie Palmeri (Emmure), Zoli Teglas (Ignite), Kirk Windstein (Crowbar, Kingdom Of Sorrow), Jesse Leach (Killswitch Engage), Howard Jones (Light The Torch, ex-Killswitch Engage), Billy Graziadei (Biohazard, Powerflo, etc.), Charlie Bellmore, and Christopher Taylor Beaudette. Pre-orders are available at martyrstore.net.