The album arrives in February of 2022 and will feature guitars from death metal pillar Erik Rutan.
From his tenure in Monstrosity to his prolific 11-album run as the voice of death metal legends Cannibal Corpse, George Fisher has become a pillar of the culture of extreme music as the singular, Corpsegrinder.
Now, the unmistakable vocalist and purveyor of brutality has announced his solo debut album and a unique ally in Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta. Serving as the effort’s co-producer along with Nick Bellmore, who worked on both the Dee Snider and Kingdom of Sorrow projects, Jasta has again found a way to reintroduce an iconic voice to a new generation of fans.
The solo effort from the icon of macabre will arrive on February 4th via Jasta’s Perseverance Music Group. The multi-talent, heavy music renaissance man spoke of his excitement in being able to work with Corpsegrinder on such a significant first in an already storied career.
“Working with George has been a dream come true, he’s one of the best dudes in metal and one of the most brutal voices EVER. He’s outdone himself on this album!”
The throat of death metal spoke about the revitalizing charge he got from exploring new terrain after such a lengthy career, “When Jamey approached me to do this record, I was fired up to get into the studio with Erik Rutan and record the vocals!”
Corpsegrinder better described what fans can expect given his earned reputation for extremity. “It’s a mix of Death Metal, Thrash and Hardcore, and it sounds heavy as hell!!! I’m really excited about it, and I can’t wait for the world to hear it!!!”
Fans can pre-order the album – HERE. In addition, fans will have the chance to contribute to the debut album campaign with additional options that include everything from a signed holiday card from Corpsegrinder to inclusion on the album’s “Thank You” list. There is also a “Respect The Neck” t-shirt that is a must for any fan of George Fisher.
Check the preview of Corpsegrinder’s debut self-titled solo album below which features a guest appearance from none other than Erik Rutan of Hate Eternal, Morbid Angel and now Cannibal Corpse.