CATTLE DECAPITATION Nominated In Two Categories At SAN DIEGO MUSIC AWARDS
San Diego extreme metallers CATTLE DECAPITATION have been nominated for two awards at this year's San Diego Music Awards: "Best Hard Rock" and "Best Hard Rock Album". The complete list of nominees in the two categories is as follows:
Best Hard Rock:
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MOTHER MAE I
Best Hard Rock Album:
CATTLE DECAPITATION – Karma.Bloody.Karma
EARTHLESS - Rhythms From a Cosmic Sky
GIN PISTON - Gin Piston
SCAR'D SANITY - A Way to Hide
WARFACE - Insanity of the Obsessed
RICKSHA - Diamond Pressure
THIS FLOOD COVERS THE EARTH - Barnburner
WACO FUCK - Slow Decay
Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on September 17.
For more information, and to submit your vote, click here.
CATTLE DECAPITATION's latest album, "Karma.Bloody.Karma", was released in July 2006 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was produced by Billy Anderson (SWANS, MR. BUNGLE, SLEEP) and features guest appearances by Joey Karam (THE LOCUST) and John Wiese (SUNN0)))), BASTARD NOISE).
CATTLE DECAPITATION was honored in the "Best Hard Rock Band" category at the 2006 San Diego Music Awards, which took place on Sept. 18, 2006.
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