CATTLE DECAPITATION Ink Deal With Metal Blade Records

San Diego extreme metallers CATTLE DECAPITATION have inked a deal with Metal Blade Records and will enter San Francisco's Trident Studio with producer Juan Urteaga in early April to record their debut for the label, entitled To Serve Man. Singer Travis Ryan had this to say about the group's addition to the Metal Blade roster: We're all very pleased about being on Metal Blade. We have been fans of bands on Metal Blade for years now, so to finally to be on a roster that has hosted SLAYER, CANNIBAL CORPSE, RIGOR MORTIS and CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER is just fine with us! Being on Metal Blade is going to allow us to reach a higher level of exposure and ability to play in places and in front of crowds that we wouldn't normally be able to, and that is something we need right now.

To Serve Man is scheduled for a July release.

Upcoming CATTLE DECAPITATION shows:

Mar. 30 La Jolla, CA @ The Che Cafe
May 10 Corona, CA @ Showcase Theater

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