Cannibal Corpse's Paul Mazurkiewicz Says Bad Company's Live Show "Blew Me Away!"

Now 25 years deep in the guts of a career in the genre it helped to forge, Cannibal Corpse is still considered the quintessential death-metal group. The Buffalo, New York-based goremongers have somehow managed to keep the quality of their records consistently high while maintaining the original vision that placed them forever in the (eviscerated and still beating) hearts of the metal community -- and on the blacklists of censorship-bent politicians and parents everywhere. 

Now touring on its 12th full-length release, Cannibal Corpse is next up on the docket of world-class heavy metal hitting Miami's Grand Central. County Grind caught up with founding member, drummer, and nicest guy ever Paul Mazurkiewicz to discuss the band's longevity, trends in heavy-metal drumming, and just how good Bad Company is, in preparation for tomorrow night's "relentless beating." 

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David Von Bader