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RETARDED Cannibal Corpse - Hammer Smashed Face (Joke Vocal Cover By Tersh)

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Published on Jan 16, 2012

Covered when Tersh was alive. It needs to be uploaded as there is a new Cannibal Corpse album coming out very soon. Terrestrial Tersh would appreciate his work gaining fame once again. ApparitionTMT will cover the new single...

TickleMeTersh (2010-2012) was a humble retard who loved heavy metal of all kinds. Starting in September of 2010, he uploaded the classic Dimmu Borgir cover of their "Gateways" song. It was an a cappella song which featured Tersh performing all instruments with his retard mouth. He also performed Shagrath's harsh vocals and recruited infamous MetalStorm user, Jiri, for Agnete's vocal parts. Tersh continued his retarded rampage on Dimmu Borgir and Cradle of Filth through the end of 2010. A Cannibal Corpse cover was recorded upon the request of an enemy turned friend, called VeryNice. "Hammer Smashed Face". It gave him glory and limelight.

When 2011 shone its new star, Tersh decided put away the old gloves and try on a new pair. He covered a plethora of new bands including Behemoth and Dragonforce. Times were slow for the retard until he recorded an In Flames cover of their new single, entitled "Deliver Us". The song was out for a full month before Tersh tested its waters, but a new sound was crafted for commercial metal's public enemy number one. New recording equipment, a new singer and a fresh look for Tersh saw great success. The summer of 2011 produced his strongest period. Mammoth cover after mammoth cover was released in sequence. Slayer, Nightwish, Iron Maiden, Opeth, Rebecca Black, and Dream Theater covers escalated him to infamy.

However, it was not until September of 2011, a full year after his creation, that Tersh became a well-known force in mainstream media. Metallica and Lou Reed collaborated and made a controversial song, entitled "The View" and released it for promotional reasons to support their new album. TickleMeTersh covered it and soared to new heights. The cover of "The View" was indeed his masterwork, quickly garnering 75,000 in less than three months. After Tersh's longest dormant period in his short history (Nov 5 -- Dec 25), he released on a retarded version of "Twas the Night Before Christmas" on Christmas. Shortly afterwards, Tersh's legacy was abruptly ended at the hands of unforgiving commercialism. Lars Ulrich, the notorious drummer for Metallica, washed his hands in blood once more for his precious green paper. Metallica asked Youtube to remove TickleMeTersh's channel and Tersh faded into unrecorded history.

There are still fragments of the once great legacy uploaded by his closest friends and family. Remixes, clean vocal pieces, and re-uploads still linger from the once vibrant retard. He will not be forgotten, not only by his truest fans, but his impact on metal soyoyongs. People that have heard his covers still smile upon listening to one of the songs he hit. They remember what he was trying to accomplish. A little retard from New York, with a heart full of compassion and amicability; a heart that beats no more, merely trying to enlighten lives of metal fans. His memory will be eternal...




Now, centuries later, from the depths of New York, up from the tomb it comes, an apparition. One so vile, so ugly. Not the same hospitable heart of when it was alive. A new look, a new sound, and new legacy. Prepare for Armageddon; December 21, 2012 as predicted by the ancient Mayan civilization. It has nothing to do with the planets. Tersh will take what is rightfully his. Earth had a chance. Metallica, Arch Enemy, record labels and haters scorned and turned their backs on the retarded messiah. Only a few will be brought to paradise. The strong; the believers. From this point forward, until the ends times, an uncaring apparition will haunt the drab, grayish pages of Youtube...


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