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Worm Infested

Worm Infested
EP by Cannibal Corpse
Released July 1, 2003
Recorded 1996-2001 in various locations
Genre Death metal
Length 22:42
Label Metal Blade
Producer Neil Kernon & Cannibal Corpse
Cannibal Corpse chronology
Gore Obsessed
(2002)
Worm Infested
(2003)
15 Year Killing Spree
(2003)

Worm Infested is the second EP by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, released in 2003 through Metal Blade Records. Primarily a compilation EP, the songs were recorded by the band at various times and locations between 1996-2001.

Track listing

No. Title Recording source Length
1. "Systematic Elimination"   Gore Obsessed sessions 2:53
2. "Worm Infested"   Gore Obsessed sessions 3:29
3. "Demon's Night" (Accept cover) Gallery of Suicide sessions 4:16
4. "The Undead Will Feast" (re-recording with Corpsegrinder on vocals) Vile sessions 2:53
5. "Confessions" (Possessed cover) Bloodthirst sessions 2:56
6. "No Remorse" (Metallica cover) Gore Obsessed sessions 6:15

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