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Here’s A Disney-Friendly Remake Of Cannibal Corpse’s ‘Evisceration Plague’

Written by Zanda Wilson on June 8, 2016

Heavy metal band Cannibal Corpse are quite well known for their violent and downright gruesome lyrical content.

Over their thirteen studio albums since since forming in 1988, the New York-hailing outfit have released such creatively titled hits as I Cum Blood, Frantic Disembowelment, Rancid Amputation and A Skull Full Of Maggots.

Now, YouTuber and musician Andy Rehfeldt has uploaded a hilarious and unofficial ‘Radio Disney’ version of the Cannibal Corpse song Evisceration Plague, from the band’s album of the same name, just for the lols we assume.

Evoking memories of The Chaser‘s Andrew Hansen performing a lounge jazz version of Rancid Amputation, Rehfeldt’s latest rebirth is complete with up-beat major melodies, and overly happy singing — pretty much everything you’d expect from a Disney song. Watch the new arrangement below.

Rehfeldt’s previous work has seen him make a brutal death metal remake of a classic track from Grease, as well as a metal version of Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and an Ace Of Space mashup tribute to Lemmy Kilmister and David Bowie.

Watch: Cannibal Corpse – ‘Evisceration Plague’ (Radio Disney Version)

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