CATTLE DECAPITATION: Video Sneak Peek Posted Online

A sneak peek at CATTLE DECAPITATION's video for the track "To Serve Man" has been posted online at this location.

As previously reported, the San Diego extreme metallers have set "Humanure" as the title for their forthcoming full-length album, tentatively due in the fall/winter 2003 through Metal Blade Records. The upcoming album will mark the group's first with former CREATION IS CRUCIFIXION drummer Michael Laughlin, who replaced David Astor in May.

CATTLE DECAPITATION will be teaming up with DEICIDE, HATE ETERNAL and KRISIUN for a North American tour beginning on October 8 in Ft. Collins, Colorado.

In other news, former CATTLE DECAPITATION guitarist/vocalist Scott Miller is currently handling noise/electronics for the Los Angeles based power-noise-industrial metal band PRO DEATH. For more information, visit the band's official web site at this location.

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