CANNIBAL CORPSE Announces Fall Headlining Tour With Cattle Decapitation And Soreption
Comments CANNIBAL CORPSE bassist Alex Webster: “We’re very excited to be hitting the road this Fall with Cattle Decapitation and Soreption, two killer bands that we know our fans will love. Get ready for a night of complete brutality!”
Cattle Decapitation vocalist Travis Ryan expresses the band’s excitement for the upcoming shows: “We’ve wanted to tour with CANNIBAL CORPSE ever since we started touring and we’re glad that’s finally going to be a reality! Looking forward to making memories with these guys and Soreption!”
CANNIBAL CORPSE w/ Cattle Decapitation, Soreption:
A Skeletal Domain, the latest full-length from American death metal icons, CANNIBAL CORPSE and thirteenth full-length overall, debuted at an astounding #32 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart, making it the highest charting record in the band’s storied history! Produced by Mark Lewis (The Black Dahlia Murder, DevilDriver) at Audio Hammer Studios in Florida, the record boasts twelve ravenous tracks of confrontational, meticulously-executed ill-omened brutality as only CANNIBAL CORPSE can deliver.
Cattle Decapitation’s The Anthropocene Extinction was just released this past Friday, August 7th, and has amassed the praise from press and fans globally. Decibel Magazine commends, “abundant hooks, extremity meeting musicality, a diverse vocal performance, an almost surprisingly bittersweet tone, and hairpin temp shifts,” adding, “there’s always been a fine line between extremity and listenability and CATTLE DECAPITATION have marvelously tiptoed that line again… their command of craft has never been better.”
Swedish technical death metal unit, Soreption, released their Engineering The Void full-length last year via Unique Leader Records.A scrupulously-executed display of methodical genius, Engineering The Void spouts a wholly sophisticated barrage of Meshuggian riff sequences, obscure time signatures, head-jarring rhythms, and intervals of orchestral enormity all backed by the calloused growls of lead throat Fredrik Söderberg. The band’s latest North American jaunt follows their run earlier this year supporting Cryptopsy and Disgorge.