CATTLE DECAPITATION Announces New Members

CATTLE DECAPITATION Announces New Members

CATTLE DECAPITATION will play two special shows in Southern California next week supporting NAPALM DEATH, at San Diego's Brick By Brick and Los Angeles' Teragram Ballroom. The performances serve as a precursor to the band's month-long North American tour this fall supporting SUFFOCATION. The journey runs from October 21 through November 17. Additional support will be provided by KRISIUN and SOREPTION.

Currently working on the follow-up to 2015's "The Anthropocene Extinction" album, CATTLE DECAPITATION has officially welcomed guitarist Belisario Dimuzio (EUKARYST) and bassist Olivier Pinard (CRYPTOPSY) to its ranks.

Comments the band: "We're pleased to announce the new lineup that will appear on our next album, due out in fall 2019!

"Many of you who have come to our shows in the past couple of years have seen that we have had a second guitarist on stage with us for the first time in the band's existence. We proudly welcome Belisario Dimuzio from San Diego's EUKARYST as a full-time member, and he will appear on the next album. We are also happy to announce Olivier Pinard (CRYPTOPSY) as our new bassist, who will be appearing on our next album as well. Oli has filled in on shows with us in the past. The chemistry we have with both him and Bel is undeniable, and we're excited to have them with us.

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"Be sure to keep an eye out for CRYPTOPSY's next release entitled 'The Book Of Suffering: Tome 2'. Also, be on the lookout for a huge announcement coming in September regarding a super-cool CATTLE DECAPITATION release that has been in the works for a decade now. It's an exciting time for the DECAP!"

"The Anthropocene Extinction" came out in August 2015 via Metal Blade. The CD was once again helmed by Dave Otero (ALLEGAEON, CEPHALIC CARNAGE), who worked on 2012's "Monolith Of Inhumanity".

Photo by Pablo Montano

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