Here's something for vinyl enthusiasts. After releasing their latest output A Skeletal Domain, Florida-based death metallers Cannibal Corpse are going back in time to commemorate some classic titles: Butchered At Birth, Eaten Back To Life, The Bleeding, Vile and Tomb Of The Mutilated. As part of the Metal Blade Classics series, these albums are now available to pre-order on vinyl in limited quantities at this location. An exclusive poster is also included with each LP.
Death metal masters Cannibal Corpse are returning to Europe in April for a full tour. Support on the trek will come from Brazilians Krisiun and Hideous Divinity on what promises to be a crushing event.
Cannibal Corpse will soon embark on a tour with one of the most bludgeoning death metal lineups. Florida death metal progenitors Obituary will serve as direct support, followed by Canada's Cryptopsy, and Abysmal Dawn from Los Angeles. The tour, presented by The Noise, will tear across North America beginning on February 12th. How do you like that line-up? Check out all the dates below.
Florida-based death metallers Cannibal Corpse have unveiled their plans for a massive U.S. tour this fall. They are bringing a brutal package of bands with them across the United States beginning October 8th and running through November 7th. Direct support is slated to come from Metal Blade labelmates Cattle Decapitation, preceded by Sweden's Soreption, plus a local opener on each show. Full list of dates is available below.
Knotfest is returning to San Bernardino, California this October. The festival curated by Slipknot now in its third year has announced many of the performers already and it will take place on October 23rd (pre-party), 24th, 25th, 2015 on five stages. The biggest names confirmed so far apart from Slipknot of course, are Judas Priest, Korn, Mastodon, At The Gates, Cannibal Corpse and many more. See all the details below.
Death metal veterans Cannibal Corpse are very pleased to confirm that the band will be touring Latin America in November and December with Californian thrash legends Testament. The tour begins on November 17th in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and concludes on December 2nd in Guadalajara, Mexico. The complete list of tour dates is available down under.
After having Russian Orthodox Church activist organizations trying to ban their shows in the country and seeing three Russian shows cancelled, death metallers Cannibal Corpse now face a ban of their lyrics, according to Rapsi. Prosecutors in the republic of Bashkortostan had requested a court ban on lyrics and cover art by the band.
Cannibal Corpse and Behemoth have joined forces and are set to co-headline a tour in the U.S. and Canada in early 2015. The American and Polish death metal giants will be supported by two Swedish bands: Aeon and Tribulation. This should be a death metal rampage. Both bands are touring in support of their most recent albums.
Even before Cannibal Corpse began their Russian trek, they had Russian Orthodox Church activist organizations trying to ban the shows. The truth is that three of the shows were cancelled. The death metal band recently completed their tour of Russia, a place they have played previously many times with no issues. Unfortunately, this tour did not go as planned. The group has now released a statement addressing these cancellations. Basically, they weren't allowed to perform at some shows.
Cannibal Corpse have released the first new official video from their fresh new album A Skeletal Domain which was released all over the world a few days ago. The death metallers now unveil the video for the cut of depravity "Kill Or Become." Shot at Kelly's Hideaway in Seffner, Florida and directed by videographer David Brodsky of MyGoodEye (Goatwhore, Hellyeah, Whitechapel, Municipal Waste), the zombie-strewn, nightmarishly clip fluctuates from color and black and white and offers up a visual inundation of blood, guts and gastric fluids. Watch it below folks!
Death metallers Cannibal Corpse have a Russian tour scheduled to start at the beginning of October with eight shows in total in support of their new album A Skeletal Domain. But several Russian Orthodox Church activist organizations are trying to avoid that these shows take place according to RIA Novosti, among other sources. They have something against their lyrics, it seems, and are calling for a ban on the shows.
Do you want to hear more material from A Skeletal Domain, Cannibal Corpse's new album? Of course you do. And that is about to happen because the legendary death metallers just unleashed another new tune called "The Murderer's Pact". This new song serves as the sixth cut of sonic punishment from Cannibal Corpse's forthcoming thirteenth full-length, set for official detonation via Metal Blade Records on September 12th, 2014. Why don't you enjoy it below? Then tell us your thoughts about it.
Aside from releasing their thirteenth full-length album, A Skeletal Domain, the death metal icons Cannibal Corpse will also be releasing their official autobiography on September 16th. The autobiography is called Bible of Butchery: The Official Biography and was written by Joel McIver, the author of Justice For All: The Truth About Metallica and biographies on Black Sabbath, Slayer, Slipknot, and Queens Of The Stone Age. The book spans 150 pages, includes a foreword written by drum legend Gene Hoglan, and is filled with photos from throughout the Cannibal Corpse and Metal Blade Records archives.
UPDATE: After revealing the details of their new album, called A Skeletal Domain, now Cannibal Corpse give us the second track on the album to listen to right now. Go ahead and take a listen to "Sadistic Embodiment" on the video available below. Tell us your impressions about the new song.
A collection of metal musicians have joined forces for Project Rogue, a crowdfunded-based project to create a unique, new studio and video project. Project Rogue set up a target of $70,000 to raise in order to create Titans, an album featuring Lamb Of God's Chris Adler, System Of A Down's Shavo Odadjian, ex-Fear Factory drummer Raymond Herrera, Napalm Death's Mitch Harris, Cynic's Paul Masdival, Rob Barrett of Cannibal Corpse, among many others.