No Face and Fame


Corpse’s song “agoraphobic”, as pictured, talks about his anxiety and desire to stay anonymous.

Corpse Husband, also known as CORPSE, created his Youtube channel five years ago. With his deep voice, he was perfect to tell bone-chilling stories. More recently, he has uploaded more streaming videos with him and his friends, Valkyrae (Rachel Hofstetter), Sykkuno, DisguisedToast (Jeremy Wang), and Jackspedicey (Jacksepticeye/Seán William McLoughlin). They play mostly the popular game Among Us, but also play Rust and Plasmaphomia along with a variety of other games. He also uploads music, with 3,868,206 monthly listeners on Spotify.

The most distinctive feature of Corpse is his extremely deep voice. Even after not smoking all his life or doing other activities to damage his vocal cords, his voice is still very deep. It’s very entertaining to see people’s reactions for the first time in Among us lobbies and in real life. It always comes as a surprise for people.

One thing that makes Corpse different is his choice to hide his face from the media. This is a smart choice for the 23-year-old, but with 2.05M subscribers on his music youtube channel and 7.08M subscribers on his main channel, what is stopping the streamer from claiming his fame? 

“He already has medical issues, why would he want people to bother him more when they recognize him?” Johnathan Blasingame (21’) said. “They could also use his face to find out more about his past and doxx him or his family, potentially leading to crazed stans harming or constantly harassing them (an issue many large creators have had). It provides him anonymity in public places that many YouTubers have said they wished they had kept.”

With his huge platform, Corpse shares his life experiences with having a chronic illness that leaves him very sick. He has conditions such as fibromyalgia, thoracic outlet syndrome, and GERD, the latter of which has partially caused his voice to become deeper. He even has to use an eyepatch while he is streaming because the brightness of the screen causes eyestrain. He had even mentioned the likelihood of him continuing streaming long term might not be physically possible with his illnesses.

Along with his following on Youtube as a streamer, he also produces music on Spotify, Apple Music, and other music streaming platforms. His hit song E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE has 30,284,515 views on Youtube and 90,730,593 streams on Spotify. He has shared on streams that even though his streaming career will most likely not be permanent, he sees himself doing music long term.