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Listen To Cannibal Corpse Croon To A Christmas Classic

Someone’s added Hammer Smashed Face vocals to The Christmas Song and we’re genuinely creeped out.

As the stress of Christmas is beginning to descend upon us like hungry ravens, we turn to the internet for absolute nonsense. 

More often than not, YouTube Andy Rehfeldt pops up during our desperate search for a glimmer of joy during these trying times. He’s the man responsible for smooth jazz versions of Black Sabbaths War Pigs and Metallicas Master Of Puppets, as well as a festive take on Slayers Angel Of Death.

He also upset some Guns N’ Roses purists when he paired up Welcome To The Jungle and the theme from The Benny Hill Show.

His latest musical alchemy can be found in this blood-splattered collision between The Christmas Song and Cannibal Corpse’s Hammer Smashed Face. 

This will be the last mashup post for a while,” Andy explains. Special thanks to Carl Topilow for posting his performance with the Firelands Symphony on YouTube, so I could then poop all over it for the sake of comedy.”

Pour yourself a glass of eggnog, pull on your favourite Christmas jumper and relax to the strains of Chris Barnes gargling his throat off on this 1993 death metal classic. 

Posted on December 10th 2018, 2:00p.m.
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