George Fisher Reveals What His Children Think About Cannibal Corpse’s Music

Cannibal Corpse frontman George ‘Corpsegrinder’ Fisher was recently interviewed by Matt Mills of Metal Hammer this week and talked about many things from the latest album of the band to his kids’ reaction to their music.

You may remember that Buffalo, New-York-based death metal band Cannibal Corpse released their latest studio album named ‘Violence Unimagined’ on April 16, 2021, and it’s the band’s first-ever album since releasing ‘Red Before Black’ four years ago.

In his latest interview with Metal Hammer, while talking about the latest album of the band, George also recalled the days he joined Cannibal Corpse and claimed that jumping from playing 1000 to 5000 did not change him a bit. After being asked, Corpsegrinder also talked about the place of death metal in his house by saying their music does not even run in the family.

Here is what Fisher said in the interview he made recently:

“My oldest daughter will be 17 this year, my youngest 15. They’re not into Cannibal Corpse. My youngest plays Minecraft and she’ll listen to the Harry Potter soundtrack, or she might play to one or two Dragonforce songs.

I don’t think they’re into music in the same way I was. My youngest sings chorus though, and she’ll sing to Japanese Vocaloid music. She’s the big one music-wise, but metal? Cannibal Corpse? No, I don’t think so.”

Right after sharing his kids’ thoughts on their music, Cannibal Corpse frontman also admitted that good songwriting is far more important than technicality by stating that Canibal’s music is a lot more slamming than other bands like Morbid Angel.