San Diego-based deathgrind masters CATTLE DECAPITATION will release their new album, titled "Death Atlas", on November 29 via Metal Blade Records. The disc was once again recorded at Denver's Flatline Audio with producer Dave Otero.
Otero stated about "Death Atlas": "I am completely exhausted, but incredibly proud of the album we put together. I can assure you that no corners were cut, no details were overlooked, and that hard work was poured into every second of the record from start to finish. I can't wait to share it with the world."
CATTLE DECAPITATION vocalist Travis Ryan added: "It's been a grueling two months but we have something truly special to share with you all."
A teaser video for the album is available below.
CATTLE DECAPITATION will co-headline this year's "The Summer Slaughter Tour" beginning on July 20 in Denver. CARNIFEX and THE FACELESS will also share the main event and perform full headline sets. RIVERS OF NIHIL, NEKROGOBLIKON, LORNA SHORE, BRAND OF SACRIFICE and the "Headbang For The Highway" winners will join as support.
Fans who attend this year's edition of "Summer Slaughter" will be among the first to get a taste of CATTLE DECAPITATION's new material.
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