Cattle Decapitation had just begin to tour behind their amazing 2019 album Death Atlas (Metal Blade) when the pandemic took hold. The band is now hitting the road in 2022 with a gang of heavy bands to bring their music, old and new to the masses. The “Death…At Last Tour’ features support from The Last Ten Seconds of Life, Creeping Death and Extinction A.D.Continue reading
Satanic Planet is the brainchild of iconic personalities and artists such as Lucien Greaves (The Satanic Temple co-founder and spokesperson), Luke Henshaw (Planet B, Sonido de la Frontera), Dave Lombardo (Slayer, The Misfits, Mr. Bungle, Suicidal Tendencies, Dead Cross), and Justin Pearson (The Locust, Dead Cross, Swing Kids, Deaf Club). The collective has shared the video for their debut single, “Baphomet,” off of their upcoming self-titled album. “Baphomet” will be an instant gratification track today, March 26th, when the album is pre-ordered via Apple Music. Coming soon, the album also features guest appearances from Cattle Decapitation’s Travis Ryan, Nomi Abadi, Silent’s Jung Sing, Shiva Honey, Eric Livingston (also known as his artist moniker, First Church of the Void), and Hexa’s Carrie Feller.
Death Metal leaders Cattle Decapitation have shared a new music video for their 2019 album track “Finish Them” from their acclaimed release Death Atlas (Metal Blade). Directed by Nicholas Vidler, the video features live footage from the bands’ sold-out shows in Melbourne, Australia in early 2020, before the pandemic. Watch “Finish Them” now!
Technical Deathmetallers Allegaeon has shared a new cover and hysterical video for the modern Christmas classic – Wham! Holiday anthem of lost love “Last Christmas.” The track features special guests Travis Ryan of Cattle Decapitation and Trevor Strnad of The Black Dahlia Murder.
The Extreme/Grindcore/Death Metal act, Cattle Decapitation has been pleasantly surprising modern metal listeners for nearly a decade. Since their record, The Harvest Floor (Metal Blade Records) in 2009, this quintet from San Diego has been pushing barriers in several different metal genres. Their relentless resilience and unabashed creativity throughout the years has been unexpected and still surprises fans today. The band is getting ready to release their eighth studio album, Death Atlas (Metal Blade Records) and the genius that is Cattle Decap is once again pushing the norm. Continue reading
Confirming the news of last week, Cattle Decapitation has announced their new album, Death Atlas will release via Metal Blade Records on November 29th. Produced at Denver’s Flatline Audio with their frequent collaborator producer Dave Otero, he commented “I am completely exhausted but incredibly proud of the album we put together. I can assure you that no corners were cut, no details were overlooked, and that hard work was poured into every second of the record from start to finish. I can’t wait to share it with the world.” Watch the album teaser trailer below. The band will perform new songs on the 2019 Summer Slaughter tour, kicking off next week. Ghost Cult will bring you further details for the album as soon as we have them. Continue reading
In a post to Instagram by frontman Travis Ryan, Cattle Decapitation has concluded the production of their new album. The record is due later in 2019 or early in 2020 via Metal Blade Records and was recorded by their frequent collaborator, David Otero at Westminster Studios in Denver, Colorado. It will be their first new full-length album since 2015’s incredible Anthropocene Extinction. The album is also their first with new bassist Oliver Pinnard, also of Cryptopsy. We’re looking forward to the new album since the band is one of the leading lights of Death Metal genre today. Catch the band all summer as one fo the three headliners of Summer Slaughter Tour. Continue reading
It almost seems fitting that we now get to delve back into the archives for this latest release from Death/Grind legends Cattle Decapitation. This is a band that has always looked to blend their eco-friendly message with some of the most horrible and gloriously grimy, putrid Death Metal ever committed to tape: they want to you not only listen but feel what they want to say. Continue reading
Igorrr will be unleashing Savage Sinusoid on June 16th via Metal Blade Records, and as you’ve already heard in the ‘ieuD’ and ‘Opus Brain’ singles, this is going to be one of the most brilliant releases of 2017. Gautier Serre‘s method of mixing black metal, death metal, baroque music, opera, and electronica is simply amazing, and we have another video for your viewing and listening pleasure today. Continue reading