10:05 - Dima if you like games and synthwave then you might wanna keep an eye on this. OST done by Carpenter Brut [link]
06:43 - Nimlot So you can't open up your browser history?
06:25 - Jaeryd I had like 10 bandcamp tabs open to listen to new music, and not only did I accidentally close it all down but I lost the recovery data to recover those tabs and can't remember what I was trying to check out...
03:05 - ScreamingSteelUS That's just a periodic glitch. Sometimes it shows up, sometimes it doesn't. In theory, it's supposed to be there still.
02:56 - Fearmeister huh, why did the Top 200 get removed from the album profiles?
Cattle Decapitation usually release fun videos. After recently completing a European tour with Suffocation and Abiotic, the group now releases their new video for "Clandestine Ways (Krokodil Rot)", from their latest album, The Anthropocene Extinction. Directed once again by Mitch Masse, who also directed their video for "Your Disposal", "Clandestine Ways (Krokodil Rot)" is another visual feat in the band's notorious filmography. You can sink your teeth into the censored version of the video here.
Have you already heard the new Cattle Decapitation album? If not, here is your chance. The San Diego brutal deathgrinders are currently streaming online their entire new offering, The Anthropocene Extinction. Don't miss the record and give it a spin at this location. Furthermore, the band has announced a new headlinin tour with King Parrot, Black Crown Initiate and Dark Sermon. The trek will commence on September 19th and run through October 7th with additional dates to be announced in the coming weeks.
Who wants to hear new material from Cattle Decapitation? Here it is! The San Diego deathgrinders have recently unveiled another track from their newest musical offering, The Anthropocene Extinction. The hard-hitting opus second single, "Mammals In Babylon" is available for consumption over here.
San Diego deathgrinders Cattle Decapitation are stoked to announce the release of The Anthropocene Extinction, due out on August 7th through Metal Blade Records. The Anthropocene Extinction was recorded, mixed and mastered by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio, while long-time collaborator Wes Benscoter created the artwork. The opening track, "Manufactured Extinct", is now available for public consumption below.
Good news for Cattle Decapitation fans today as the follow-up to Monolith Of Inhumanity (2012) is completed. The deathgrinders just finished their new record; the mixing and mastering are done. However, you can only get your hands on the new offering in mid-summer. Wes Benscoter has designed the cover artwork.
Cattle Decapitation's show last night didn't go according to plan. NBCLA reports that a man was knocked out by an angry crowd after allegedly slashing a person at a show at La Habra 300 Bowl in California. Reports indicate that a man was unhappy after being pushed around in the pit, and then took out a knife and stabbed another person on the neck. Other attendees quickly sprung into action and collectively attacked the knife-wielding man and knocked him unconscious. Meanwhile, the band has also released a statement about the incident.
Cattle Decapitation have been hard at work preparing new material and are finally ready to begin recording the follow-up to Monolith Of Inhumanity. The San Diego deathgrinders will be returning to Dave Otero's Flatline Audio studio in Colorado. Otero was at the helm for both of the band's previous albums. Also, the group is giving fans one final chance to see them live, and to hear new songs, before they begin to track their upcoming album with some shows in January. Sounds like a good opportunity to check out the new material.
Earlier this year, Cattle Decapitation confirmed an European summer tour and dates together with death metal legends Possessed. For those who were looking forward to the tour, we regret to inform you that Cattle Decapitation have cancelled all the tour dates including festival dates. The reason is "unforeseen circumstances" so it really isn't very clear.
San Diego outfit Cattle Decapitation, currently working on their new album, will be returning to Europe for a string of summer dates including festivals as well as club shows with death metal legends Possessed. Find out below if you can catch the band live on their next tour.
This could be a treat for Cattle Decapitation fans. The San Diego extreme metallers are planning a series of limited edition vinyl releases for 2014 under the banner Decade Of Decapitation, to celebrate 10 years of releases on Metal Blade Records. The band's entire Metal Blade discography: To Serve Man (2002), Humanure (2004), Karma.Bloody.Karma (2006), The Harvest Floor (2009), and Monolith of Inhumanity (2012) are all being prepared in lavish gatefolds for release.
Get ready for another new album from Cattle Decapitation because the American goregrinders have begun the writing process for the follow-up to 2012 album Monolith Of Inhumanity (nominated for Best Grindcore Album on Metal Storm Awards 2012). Cattle Decapitation's next album is tentatively due out in early 2015. It might seem far away but at least it is coming.
Everyone's favourite deathgrinders Cattle Decapitation are back with a new video for your eyes to please upon. "Your Disposal", from the band's latest release Monolith Of Inhumanity, was directed by Mitch Massie ("Kingdom Of Tyrants", "Forced Gender Reassignment"). Enjoy the birth of humanity and the death of Earth below.
Cattle Decapitation will be releasing a 7" single this summer. Titled Your Disposal, it features the B-side, "An Exposition Of Insides" which was previously available only as a Japanese bonus track on the band's most recent assault Monolith Of Inhumanity.
Lucky Aussies. Cattle Decapitation will finally be heading to Australia for the band's first time for the Hate Across Australia Tour. The trek consists of nine shows throughout the continent, beginning on June 6th in Brisbane. Cattle Decapitation will be direct support for Australia's own Thy Art Is Murder. The entire list of confirmed dates can be found below.