Cannabis Corpse are one of those fun-oriented bands who couldn’t care less about politics or love-is-in-the-air type of things when it comes to their lyrical themes. They are best known for their hilarious song titles that are always based on the names of classic death metal tunes.The goal of this article is to connect all the spin-off song titles Cannabis Corpse did throughout their entire discography with their original counterparts. And yeah, we found them ALL! So let’s start with this thing!
Blunted at Birth = Butchered at birth
Cannabis Corpse’s debut album, Blunted at Birth is a parody of the well-known Cannibal Corpse classic released in 1991– Butchered at birth. With their debut, Cannabis guys paid an homage to Californian death metal veterans by making funny song titles that will make you smile and remind you of the greatness of the highly anticipated 2nd Cannibal Corpse record. Weed people will be even more fond of this parody thing. Parodied songs are pretty obvious, and easily recognizable.
The album opener, Blunted at Birth is originally called Butchered at birth. Staring through the eyes that are red is a parody of one of the heaviest CC songs, Staring through the eyes of the dead. Reefer stashed place resembles the iconic Hammer Smashed Face title. Force Fed Shitty Glass is a not that harder to get - Force Fed Broken Glass. The next one is Cannabis’ version of one of the most bizarre titles from the entire Cannibal Corpse opus - I Cum Bud = I Cum Blood. Hilariously-sounding I will smoke is just a logical continuation of the tune titled - I Will Kill You. And the last one on this album called When Weed Replaces Life is another obvious one – When Death Replaces Life. Since not all songs on Cannabis’ first release are coming from the original, Cannibal Corpse’s Butchered at Birth album, we made things easier for you by connecting all the tunes with their original release.
Staring Through the Eyes that are Red = Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead , originally released on Cannibal Corpsе’s 1994 album – The Bleeding
Reefer Stashed Place = Hammer Smashed Face, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1992 album - Tomb of the Mutilated
Force Fed Shitty Glass = Force Fed Broken Glass, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1994 album - The Bleeding
I Cum Bud = I Cum Blood, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1992 album - Tomb of the Mutilated
I Will Smoke You = I Will Kill You, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1997 album - Gallery of Suicide.
When Weed Replaces Life = When Death Replaces Life, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 2002 album - Gore Obsessed.
Tube of the Resinated = Tomb of the Mutilated
The very 2nd Cannabis Corpse album Tube of the Resinated is of course, based on Cannibal Corpse’s 1992 release, Tomb of the Mutilated. However, the band realized that making parodies of Cannibal Corpse songs will eventually get boring and will lead their career to nowhere so they started experimenting by adding one Deicide song. T
he album opener is Cronolith, and it’s pretty obvious that it’s Cannibal Corpse song – Monolith. You just can’t laugh when you read the title Mummified in the Bong Water (Mummified in Barbed Wire) Every Bud Smoken sounds like one of Cannabis Corpse’s “greatest hits” and it’s the parody version of Every Bone Broken. Sentenced to Burn One is a spin-off of one of the heaviest Cannibal Corpse songs of all time - Sentenced to Burn. The next one, Addicted to Hash in a Tin and Fucked with Northern Lights is parody of CC’s most bizarre songs – Addicted to Vaginal Skin and Fucked With a Knife. Experiment in Horticulture is another one from biology class and is based on CC’s Experiment in Homicide. But nothing can surpass the greatness of the title that resembles the title of Cannibal Corpse’s finest album (Gallery of Stupid High = Gallery of Suicide). And the last one on the album is one of the funniest, which breaks this whole Cannibal Corpse combo – Blame it on Bud which comes from Deicide’s Blame it on God.
Cronolith = Monolith, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1996 album Vile.
Mumified in the Bong Water = Mummified in Barbed Wire, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1996 album Vile.
Every Bud Smoken = Every Bone Broken, originally released on 1998 Cannibal Corpse album Gallery of Suicide.
Sentenced to Burn One = Sentenced to Burn, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1998 album
Gallery of Suicide
Addicted to Hash in a Tin = Addicted to Vaginal Skin, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1992 album Tomb of the Mutilated
Fucked with Northern Lights = Fucked with a Knife, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1994 album The Bleeding
Experiment in Horticulture = An Experiment in Suicide, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1994 album The Bleeding
Gallery of Stupid High = Gallery of Suicide, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1998 album Gallery of Suicide
Blame it on Bud = Blame it on God, originally released on Deicide’s 1997 album, Blame it on the Light.
Cannabis Corpse’s 3rd release, The Weeding is one of the most badass-sounding titles from their entire opus. It was based on, arguably, the best Cannibal Corpse album title while Chris Barnes was still in the band – The Bleeding. Once again, Cannabis Corpse made funny song titles based only on Cannibal Corpse tunes. So here we go again! Shit of Pot Seeds is probably the- hardest-to-get title in this article. After some digging, we realized that it’s basically Cannabis’ version of Pit of Zombies. The next one wills suit all you bong hitters – Vaporized = Pulverized. Skull Full of Bong Hits is pretty damn obvious for all ya Cannibal Corpse fans – Skull Full of Maggots. And the last one, the most creative of them all, is gonna take you back to elementary school’s biology class: Sickening Photosynthesis = Sickening Metamorphosis
Shit of Pot Seeds = Pit of Zombies, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 2002 album, Gore Obsessed.
Vaporized = Pulverized, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1994 album, The Bleeding.
Skull Full of Bong Hits = Skull Full of Maggots, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1990 album – Eaten back to Life.
Sickening Photosynthesis = Sickening Metamorphosis, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 1999 album Bloodthirst.
BENEATH GROW LIGHTS THOU SHALT RISE = BEHIND THE LIGHT THOU SHALL RISE
Well, this is the album where Cannabis Corpse broke its previous paradigm to pieces. Cannibal Corpse was pushed aside, and the guys had fun with some other classic death metal titles, coming exclusively from Morbid Angel and Deicide’s discographies. The album title Beneath Grow Lights Thou Shalt Rise is a cannabinoid rip-off of Deicide’s song Behind the Light Thou Shalt Rise. Visions from the Dankside is CC’s take on the highly anticipated Morbid Angel song which sums up the madness called Cold War – Visions from the Dark Side. Lunatic of Pot’s Creation, in all its greatness, is an obvious “steal“ of Deicidе’s hymn Lunatic of God’s Creation. Cannabis Corpse guys really put some effort in making these funny-as-hell song titles! Blame it on Bud (hahahaha) is another unholy act of blasphemous conversion of Deicide’s Blame it on God. Chapel of Bowls…well, this one is an homage to Morbid Angel’s iconic tune – Chapel of Ghouls. The title Dead by Bong will summon the flashback of your high going awry, and it is an obvious but perfectly funny take on Deicide’s Dead by Dawn. Immortal Pipes is yet one of Cannabis Corpse’s greatest hits. Of course we are talking about their version of Morbid Angel’s Immortal Rites. And this Morbid Angel combo dominates the second half of this album! Blaze of Torment is yet another take on Morbid Angel’s classic tune – Maze of Torment. Next two songs are really easy to figure out: Sworn to the Bag = Sworn to the Black, Where the Kind Lives = Where the Slime Lives. If you’re smoking a blunt as we speak, Gateways to Inhalation will either make you cough hysterically while trying to keep your lungs together, or you’ll probably play Morbid Angel’s Gateways to the Annihilation afterwards. Slave to the Chron breaks the MA combo, since we are talking about a spin-off of Deicide’s Slave to the Cross. And the last one on this album is another Deicide’s classic song Behind the Lights Thou Shalt Rise that gave this album a pretty cool name, Beneath Grow Lights Thou Shalt Rise. Warning: Once you plant them, they never stop growing! And yeah, that album cover looks like weed & gore version of Anthrax’s classic album - Spreading the Disease.
Vision from the Dankside = Visions from the Dark Side, originally released on Morbid Angel’s 1989 album Altar of Madness.
Lunatic of Pot’s Creation = Lunatic of God’s Creation, originally released on Deicide’s 1990 album Deicide.
Blame it on Bud = Blame it on God, originally released on Deicide’s 1997 album Serpents of the Light
Chapel of Bowls = Chapel of Ghouls, originally released on Morbid Angel’s 1989 album Altar of Madness.
Dead by Bong = Dead by Dawn, originally released on Deicide’s 1990 album Deicide.
Immortal Pipes = Immortal Rites, originally released on Morbid Angel’s 1989 album Altar of Madness.
Blaze of Torment = Maze of Torment, originally released on Morbid Angel’s 1989 album Altar of Madness.
Sworn to the Bag = Sworn to the Black, originally released on Morbid Angel’s 1993 album Covenant.
Where the Kind Lives = Where the Slime Lives, originally released on Morbid Angel’s 1995 album Domination.
Gateways to Inhalation = Gateways to Annihilation, originally released on Morbid Angel’s 1998 album Gateways to Annihilation.
Slave to the Chron = Slave to the Cross, originally released on Deicide’s 1997 allbum Serpents of the Light
Beneath Grow Lights Thou Shalt Rise = Behin the Light Thou Shalt Rise, originally released on Deicide’s 1995 album Once upon the Cross.
Another funny name-game. This is Cannabis Corpse’s split release with thrash metal maniacs Ghoul and this release name comes from the Ghoul’s 3rd album Splatterthrash. Again, CC guys picked up 2 songs from their sonic gurus – Cannibal Corpse. So, to make things shorter, Inhalation Plague is called Eviceration Plague, while their lavish & creative sense of humour transformed Corpse’s Shatter their Bones into Shatter their Bongs. Snoop Dogg does not approve this.
Inhalation Plague = Eviceration Plague, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 2009 album Eviceration Plague.
Shatter their Bongs = Shatter Their Bones, originally released on Cannibal Corpse’s 2009 album Eviceration Plague.
Well, well, well…. With this release, Cannabis Corpse finally managed to shift away from Cannibal Corpse titles. In fact, this album is Cannibal Corpse-free and the songs are word play of the critically acclaimed death metal bands like Gorguts and Death. And yeah, this is like the perfect opportunity to read our tribute to the Godfather of Death metal – Chuck Schuldiner. The album name was probably made during some band meeting or brownies session while the band was tripping to Gorguts’ darkest release – From Wisdom to Hate.
Now let’s get on with the titles: Baptized in Bud is a perfect take on Death’s song – Baptized in Blood. Zero Weed Tolerance needs no explanation, since we are talking about Chuck Schuldiner’s classic song (Zero Tolerance). Weedless Ones is a tragic ballad with no happy end that resembles the song title of Gorguts’ assault of dissonance – Faceless Ones which can be found on the heaviest death metal album of all time – Obscura. (You can also check out our exclusive interview with Patrick Robert, the drummer who played on that album). Hands down for Individual Pot Patterns, the spin title of the ultimate Death album. Pull the Carb is CC’s version of Death’s classic tune – Pull the Plug while Considered Dank is their version of Gorguts’ debut album. Voice of The Bowl is of course, parodied version of Death’s instrumental Voice of the Soul, while THC Crystal Mountain and From Wisdom to Baked needs no further introduction. With Their Hash He will Create is based on Gorguts’ With Their Flesh, He’ll Create. The absolute winner on this album is Medicinal Healing, Cannabis Corpse’s version of Death’s classic 1990 album.
Baptized in Bud = Baptized in Blood, originally released on Death’s 1987 album Scream Bloody Gore
Zero Weed Tolerance = Zero Tolerance, originally released on Death’s 1995 album Symbolic
Weedless Ones = Faceless Ones, originally released on Gorguts’ 1998 Obscura album.
Individual Pot Patterns = Individual Thought Patterns, originally released on Death’s 1993 album Individual Thought Patterns
Pull the Carb = Pull the Plug, originally released on Death’s 1988 album Leprosy.
Considered Dank = Considered Dead, originally released on Gorguts’ 1991 album Considered Dead.
Voice of The Bowl = Voice of the Soul, originally released on Death’s 1998 album The Sound of Perseverance
THC Crystal Mountain = Crystal Moutain, originally released on Death’s 1995 album Symbolic.
With Their Hash He will Create = With Their Flesh He’ll Create, originally released on Gorguts’ 1993 album The Erosion of Sanity.
From Wisdom to Baked = From Wisdom to Hate, originally released on Gorguts’ 2001 album From Wisdom to Hate
With the latest album, Cannabis Corpse was making funny song titles out of a bunch classic death metal bands we all grew up with. So, in the case of Left Hand Pass they used Entombed, Morbid Angel, Bolt Thrower, Monstrosity, Suffocation and Nile as victims of their never ending weed thing. As you all know it, Left Hand Pass is a mocking title of Entombed’s debut album. You may not know what 420 is if you are not a weed eater but you’ll surely know that 420th Crusade is a parody of Bolt Thrower’s IVth Crusade. And they say that no one died of marijuana yet? Not in this song! In Dank Purity is CC’s vision of Monstrosity’s In Dark Purity. Final Exhalation is a Bolt Thrower title (Final Revelation). Chronic Breed is probably a parody of another Bolt Thrower song - Dying Creed but we are not sure about this one… The next tune, In Battle There is no Pot is a hippie song of peace and love taken from Bolt Thrower’s In Battle There is no Law, while Grass Obliteration (you guys nailed this one!) at first, it might sound like vegans going crazy but, in fact, it’s based on Suffocation’s song about the nuclear war – Mass Obliteration. We’ll skip Left Hand Pass because we’ve already mentioned it… Effigy of the Forgetful is a hymn for all your pothead friends with long term memory loss and is named after the very first Suffocation album – Effigy of the Forgotten... And the last two are hilarious even in the original version – we are talking about Papyrus Containing the Spell to Protect its Possessor Against the Attacks from He Who is in the Bong Water & The Fiends That Come to Steal the Weed of the Deceased, an homage to Nile’s Papyrus Containing the Spell to Protect its Possessor Against the Attacks from He Who is in the Water & The Fiends that Come to Steal the Magick of the Diseased.
The 420th Crusade = The IVth Crusade, originally released on Bolt Thrower’s 1992 album The IVth Crusade
In Dank Purity = In Dark Purity, originally released on Monstrosity’s 1999 album In Dark Purity
Final Exhalation = Final Revelation, originally released on Bolt Thrower’s 1991 album War Master
Chronic Weed = Dying Creed, originaly released on Bolt Thrower’s 1992 album IVth of Crusade
In Battle There is no Pot = In Battle There is no Law, originally released on Bolt Thrower’s 1988 Ep In Battle There is no Law!
Grass Obliteration = Mass Obliteration, originally released on Suffocation’s 1991 album Effigy of the Forgotten
Left Hand Pass = Left Hand Path, originally released on Entombed 1991 album Left Hand Path
Effigy of the Forgetful = Effigy of the Forgotten, originally released on Suffocation’s 1991 album Effigy of the Forgotten
Papyrus Containing the Spell to Protect its Possessor Against the Attacks from He Who is in the Bong Water = Papyrus Containing the Spell to Protect its Possessor Against the Attacks from He Who is in the Water, originally released on Nile’s 2007 album Ithyphallic
The Fiends That Come to Steal the Weed of the Deceased = The Fiends that Come to Steal the Magick of the Diseased, originally released on Nile’s 2012 album At the Gates of Sethu.
Hope you enjoyed the article! Smoke weed! You either legalize it, or we’ll colonize the Netherlands. Peace y’all!
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