Rob Barrett


Rob Barrett was born in Buffalo, New York, United States on January 29th, 1969 and is the Guitarist. At the age of 55, Rob Barrett biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 29, 1969
United States
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Buffalo, New York, United States
55 years old
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Guitarist, Lyricist, Musician
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Rob Barrett Life

Rob Barrett III, born January 29, 1969, is the rhythm guitarist for the death metal band Cannibal Corpse.

He appeared with the band from 1993 to 1997 and then came back in 2005.

Gary Moore, Malcolm Young, Randy Rhoads, Eddie Van Halen, Tony Iommi, and Steve Valiant among others have been cited as his influences.

He now lives in Tampa, Florida.


Rob Barrett Career


Barrett was born in Buffalo, New York. He began his professional career in 1990 with drummer Alex Marquez and guitarist Dennis Muoz. In 1991, Jim Morris recorded a demo and signed a new one with the German label SPV/Steamhammer. Solstice, the band's debut album, was released in 1992. Barrett and Marquez decided to join Malevolent Creation after their previous drummer and second guitar player didn't turn up to a rehearsal, putting Solstice on hiatus. They appeared on Retribution's album and toured with the band.

Barrett was contacted by Alex Webster in 1993 and asked to join Cannibal Corpse just after the release of Tomb of the Mutilated as a guitar fill-in for Bob Rusay. He stayed with the band on subsequent tours and eventually became a permanent member. He made the 1994 album The Bleeding and the 1996 album Vile. In the 1994 film Ace Ventura: Pet Detective starring Jim Cary, he made a brief cameo appearance with the band. After an argument over musical similarities between Barrett and other band members in 1997, he left Cannibal Corpse. Barrett joined Malevolent Creation in 1998 and remained with the band for six years before being replaced by Pat O'Brien. Barrett expressed his desire to return to the band in 2005, but after careful consideration, Barrett was accepted back and replaced Jack Owen. Since being on the sites Kill, Evisceration Plague, Torture, A Skeletal Domain, Red Before Black, & Violence Unimagined he has been featured.

Barrett formed HatePlow, with guitarist Phil Fasciano and late drummer Larry Hawke, both from Malevolent Creation in 1994, right after Malevolent Creation's third album. Barrett was the original vocalist, but the band later got Kyle Symons to join on vocals due to Barrett's contribution to Cannibal Corpse. Despite HatePlow's initial success on the underground trade circuit, the trio performed a four-song demo that received a large audience. Since his release from Cannibal Corpse, Barrett continued his dedication to Malevolent Creation & HatePlow, as well as the compilation of the songs Everybody Dies and The Only Way Is Survival, which appeared in 1998 and 2000 respectively. HatePlow was born in 2004. The "Moshpit Murder" collection, released in 2000, features tracks from their 1996 demo as well as one song from their 1999 demo performed with a drum machine. Barrett's left this year.

Barrett has appeared on several occasions in the past, including Eulogy, Hollenthon, Infernäl Mäjesty, Pro-Pain, and Unearthed. Barrett appeared on the recording of the Roadrunner United Kingdom's "Annihilation by the Hands of God" and "Constitution Down" on the tracks "Annihilation by the Hands of God."

Rob Barrett joined Deicide on a tribute album for the 40th anniversary of shock punk-metal hardcore legends The Dayglo Abortions' "Fuck The World If It Can't Take a Joke" on Thursday. From their 1985 release Feed Us A Fetus, the track was "Inside My Head."

Barrett intended to form a hardcore band with J.C. Dwyer on drums and Jonathan Buske on bass in the mid-2000s. If a name was chosen or if any recordings exist, it is currently unknown if any exist.


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