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Listen to This Radio Disney-Inspired Take on A Cannibal Corpse Song

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Cannibal Corpse perform at the Postbahnhof on Aug. 3, 2015 in Berlin, Germany.

Imagery of diseased organs and homicidal rage typically don't pop up in kid-friendly songs, but one YouTube user is bringing the two worlds together. Cannibal Corpse's 2009 album title track "Evisceration Plague" now has an unofficial 'Radio Disney' version arranged by viral musician Andy Rehfeldt, who's already known for his dubbed metal videos.

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The heavy metal veterans are famed for their violent lyrical matter, but Rehfeldt brings a touch of innocence to his version with light, sunny guitar riffs and sweet vocals that are reminiscent of music from a weekday morning cartoon -- a warped one at that.

The enterprising YouTube user has been creating metal fusion videos for years, with noted past works that include a jazz version of Metallica's "Enter Sandman" and reggae instrumentals for Pantera.

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Check out Cannibal Corpse's Disney-inspired makeover below.