Chop, chop! J. Bennett Lobbies in Decibel for Hellbent for Cooking Follow-Up

Chop, chop! Decibel Magazine lobbies for a follow-up to Hellbent for Cooking. Steak tartare, anyone?

Decibel’s resident adventurer J. Bennett wants Bazillion Points to publish Fenriz’s autobiography (if we did, it would be packaged similar to Andy McCoy’s Sheriff McCoy—and not just because Fenriz has a Hanoi Rocks tattoo); and some kind of snout-to-tail cookbook by Cannibal Corpse. Dream on, salty sailor! Human flesh supposedly tastes like chicken, so just make your own substitutions as ingredients become available using Hellbent for Cooking: The Heavy Metal Cookbook.

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