Cannibal Corpse line up North American tour

Cannibal Corpse have announced a 26-date North American tour with Cattle Decapitation.

The Florida metal icons start the jaunt with a show in Jacksonville on October 8. Swedish outfit Soreption are also onboard for the trek.

Cannibal Corpse bassist Alex Webster saying: “We’re very excited to be hitting the road 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 adds: “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.”

Tickets go on sale on August 14.

Cannibal Corpse released 13th album A Skeletal Domain last year, while Cattle Decapitation’s seventh record The Anthropocene Extinction came out this month. Cannibal Corpse played at Bloodstock festival at the weekend.


Oct 08: Jacksonville Underbelly, FL Oct 09: Durham Motorco, NC Oct 10: Winston-Salem Ziggy’s, NC Oct 12: Richmond The Broadberry, VA Oct 13: Reading Reverb, PA Oct 14: Long Island The Emporium, NY Oct 15: Pawtucket The Met, RI Oct 16: Poughkeepsie The Chance Theater, NY Oct 17: Syracuse The Lost Horizon, NY Oct 19: Huntington VClub Live, WV Oct 20: Clarksville The Warehouse, TN Oct 21: Memphis New Daisy Theatre, TN Oct 23: El Paso Tricky Falls, TX Oct 24: Tucson Club XS, AZ Oct 25: San Bernardino KnotFest, CA Oct 27: Farmington Top Deck, NM Oct 28: Colorado Springs The Black Sheep, CO Oct 29: Omaha The Waiting Room, NE Oct 30: Palatine Durty Nellies, IL Oct 31: Valparaiso Big Shots, IN Nov 01: Grand Rapids The Pyramid Scheme, MI Nov 03: Pittsburgh Altar Bar, PA Nov 04: Louisville Expo Five, KY Nov 05: Birmingham Zydeco, AL Nov 06: Pensacola Vinyl Music Hall, FL Nov 07: Orlando Venue 578, FL

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