Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Here's what Cannibal Corpse would sound like if they were on Radio Disney

Posted By on Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 12:35 PM

We knew the music biz ain't what it used to be, but this too-good-not-to-be-true version of death metal legends Cannibal Corpse's gory anthem "Evisceration Plague" spit-shined and cleaned up, worthy of Kidz Boop or Radio Disney chart success, really had us going for a minute.

The note-perfect parody, courtesy of YouTube Wilton Turdley (who also gave the world a ska version of Ozzy Pantera's "Walk"), sounds like the death metal mainstays really decided to make a grab for some of that sweet, sweet Wiggles money.

If this were real it would make money by the truckload.

How implausible is it really? Who can say. Cannibal Corpse did make a cameo in the first Ace Ventura: Pet Detective film after all ... 

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