Death metal's Cannibal Corpse gets the Radio Disney treatment

Cannibal Corpse Radio Disney

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It's one way to get your young kids interested in death metal.

Cannibal Corpse is one of death metal's most popular bands, selling millions of albums and positioning itself as the best-selling band in that music genre. But with George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher's guttural vocals, it's nearly impossible to parse out the lyrics which the band clearly doesn't really want you to hear.

But thanks to YouTuber Wilton Turdley, a Radio Disney version of the band's 2009 song "Evisceration Plague" is available for all the young children who have a desire to take a deep dive into some of the heaviest metal on earth.

First, the original version.

And now the version you can play in the car for your toddlers.
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Now, wasn't that nice and relaxing?

Sure, the original version of the song features rather disturbing and violent vocals, such as:

"Beg for your life, you won't escape the knife 
Your fate was sealed today 
Disease has spread, you pray for death 
Evisceration plague

"Stabbing compulsion overwhelms my mind 
Terrorized screaming follows the thrust of my knife 
I wrench the blade from the chest to the crotch 
Organs and entrails fall to the ground"

But damn if the Radio Disney version doesn't make our impending deaths sound downright pleasant.

H/T Metal Injection

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