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Cannibal Corpse Gets Lounge Music Arrangement [Watch]

This video is a classic Internet sensation in the metal world. In 2006, Cannibal Corpse were banned from playing in Australia due to the graphic nature of their music. This man points out that since you can’t understand the lyrics anyway, the music must be the real issue!

Taking the lyrics to ‘Rancid Amputation,’ this singer sets the words to a pleasant lounge arrangement. Now, it can be seen why some Australians might be offended and want the band barred from playing in the country. This battle has been fought ever since metal has been around, and, unfortunately, seems like it will never be over.

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