Another musician has spoken out against the term “culture break” – Paweur Mazurkiewicz from Cannibal Corpse, who thinks it’s “ridiculous”. The topic was raised during Drummer’s conversation with the Australian publishing house division.

Given that Cannibal Corpse is known for the violent images in her songs and album covers, the drummer was asked if he thought Cancel Culture was funny and if he would end up in trouble for the band.

“Yes, of course, that’s ridiculous. He replied, like censorship, it was always funny to us.” I mean, come on, we’re a team. We are a fictional horror squad. Check out the covers of our albums. They are not real … They are works of art, and for most of them, it is a very crazy fictional art. “Hello.”

The drummer emphasized that the things depicted on the covers of their albums could not even happen and compared the scenes to those in a horror movie or book.

“There is also a culture of abandonment that I heard about recently and say, ‘What’s going on here? “He is more complete.” Everyone seems offended by everything. If the PC isn’t 100% these days (politically correct) then people are going to have a problem with that. I think it’s getting out of control. “

See the full interview below.

Dee Snider and Corey Taylor are two great rockers who recently commented on abolishing culture. Snider likens it to censorship, and Taylor encourages everyone to stop expecting perfection.

Paul Mazurkiewicz z Cannibal Corpse – Sound Wall

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