Cannibal Corpse Frontman Charity Event at Mall for a Christmas
Cannibal Corpse‘s frontman George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher posted some social media photos. He is well-known as the death metal teddy bear, having shown his gentler side several times. Fisher also is the bane of every claw machine’s existence for a charity event.
George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher shared photos in sharp contrast to the gory visuals and terrifying presence he conveys as Corpsegrinder. Fisher also displayed a gentler side and smiled at Santa while sitting on his knee and wrote this:
“Merry Christmas ya filthy animals!!! @truebelieveraz and yours truly with the best Mall Santa ever!!!”
Then added: “The last two trips to my local @walmart have been very productive! More stuffed animals for donations!!! Happy Holidays!!!”
Corpsegrinder then posted photos of the plush animals he won from a Walmart claw grabber machine. He has a lengthy history of utilizing his claw grabber abilities for good, frequently donating things he wins to charity.
In a recent interview with Metal Hammer, Cannibal Corpse frontman George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher said:
“I play the claw. I’m like a kid at Disney; I’m looking what’s in there, and then I’m looking at how it’s sitting inside of there. Is there something on top of it? Do I have to move that? As soon as I see how the claw reacts, I’ll know if I’m gonna win.
I just like to play the claw machines. I save up quarters, and when I win we gonna donate them for kids for Christmastime or whatever. If there’s a humanoid figure or a creature with arms or legs, I will try to get the claw in between the legs and the shoulder. If I can’t do that because it’s laying at an angle. Then I will try to move it to a spot where it will be in the right space. But if I pick up something up and you are around watching me, you are not allowed to say anything. When it drops in the hole and it’s down in the bottom where I grab it. Then you can say, ‘You got it!’ But if you say anything while it’s in the claw… that’s when you see me mad.”
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Check the photos below!
Cannibal Corpse also released the latest album “Violence Unimagined” on April 16, 2021. This album is Cannibal Corpse’s fifteenth album and looks at the tracklist below!
- “Murderous Rampage”
- “Necrogenic Resurrection”
- “Inhumane Harvest”
- “Condemnation Contagion”
- “Surround, Kill, Devour”
- “Ritual Annihilation”
- “Follow the Blood”
- “Bound and Burned”
- “Slowly Sawn”
- “Cerements of the Flayed”