Cannibal Corpse, Morbid Angel, Etc. Set For 2019 Decibel Magazine Tour

The lineup has been revealed for the 2019 Decibel Magazine Tour. The trek will feature Cannibal Corpse, Morbid Angel, Necrot, and Blood Incantation. Cannibal Corpse will only perfom from February 17 – March 7. After that, Morbid Angel will headline with direct support from Immolation.

Cannibal Corpse bassist Alex Webster commented:

“We’re really looking forward to our second appearance on the Decibel Tour; they always put together a killer line up and this time is no exception. We’re particularly excited to be hitting the road with our friends Morbid Angel. In fact, this will be the first time we’ve toured together in the USA.”

Morbid Angel bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker added:

“Everyone here in the Morbid Angel camp are stoked to do this tour with Cannibal Corpse. To celebrate, Morbid Angel will be performing a mean-ass set of songs that will cover the entirety of our years of kicking ass.”

Tour Dates:

02/17 San Antonio, TX – Alamo Music Hall
02/19 Tucson, AZ – Club Xs
02/20 San Diego, CA – The Observatory
02/21 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theater
02/22 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
02/23 San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom
02/25 Portland, OR – Roseland Ballroom
02/26 Seattle, WA – Showbox Market
03/01 Denver, CO – The Oriental Theater
03/02 Kansas City, MO – The Truman
03/03 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theater
03/04 Chicago, IL – The Concord
03/07 New York, NY – PlayStation Theater
03/08 Philadelphia, PA – TLA (no Cannibal Corpse) (with Immolation)
03/09 Worcester, MA – Palladium (no Cannibal Corpse) (with Immolation)
03/10 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage (no Cannibal Corpse) (with Immolation)
03/11 Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theater (no Cannibal Corpse) (with Immolation)
03/13 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (no Cannibal Corpse) (with Immolation)
03/14 Tampa, FL – Orpheum (no Cannibal Corpse) (with Immolation)


Cannibal Corpse Announce U.S. Tour With Hate Eternal & Harm’s Way

Cannibal Corpse have announced a U.S. tour with Hate Eternal and Harm’s Way. You can see the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

11/02 Columbia, SC – The Music Farm
11/03 Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
11/04 Norfolk, VA – Shaka’s Live
11/05 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
11/07 Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
11/08 Providence, RI – Fete
11/09 Jersey City, NJ – White Eagle Hall
11/10 Rochester, NY – Anthology
11/11 Columbus, OH – Skully’s
11/13 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
11/14 Toledo, OH – Civic Music Hall
11/15 Bloomington, IL – The Castle Theater
11/16 Palatine, IL – Durty Nelly’s
11/17 Madison, WI – The Majestic Theater
11/18 Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
11/20 Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room
11/21 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
11/23 Corpus Christi, TX – House Of Rock
11/24 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
11/25 Baton Rouge, LA – The Varsity Theater
11/27 Lexington, KY – Cosmic Charlies
11/28 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre
11/29 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
11/30 St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
12/01 Columbia, MO – The Blue Note
12/03 Memphis, TN – Growlers
12/04 Athens, GA – Georgia Theater
12/05 Orlando, FL – The Abbey
12/06 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – The Culture Room

Cannibal Corpse’s “Bloodthirst” & “Gallery Of Suicide” To Be Reissued On Vinyl

Metal Blade Records will be reissuing Cannibal Corpse‘s “Bloodthirst” and “Gallery Of Suicide” on vinyl on June 1. “Bloodthirst” will be available on 180g black vinyl (EU exclusive), opaque pale lilac marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 500 copies), viole(n)t marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 200 copies), opaque red / white & purple splattered vinyl (Ebay exclusive – limited to 120 copies), opaque skin pink/red marbled vinyl (US exclusive – limited to 200 copies), and red/black marbled vinyl (US exclusive – limited to 300 copies), while “Gallery Of Suicide” will be available on 180g black vinyl (EU exclusive), clear grey-brown marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 500 copies), opaque “dead gold” marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 200 copies), transparent / red splattered vinyl (Ebay exclusive – limited to 120 copies), ochre/clay-col marbled vinyl (US exclusive – limited to 200 copies), and red/black marbled vinyl (US exclusive – limited to 300 copies). Pre-orders can be found at Indiemerch, EMP, and eBay.

Cannibal Corpse & Napalm Death Announce 2018 Latin American Tour

Cannibal Corpse and Napalm Death have announced a Latin American tour together. You can see the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

09/09 Limeira, BRA – Mirage
09/11 Asuncion, PAR – Sala Garcia Lorca
09/13 Montevideo, URU – Sala Del Museo
09/14 Rio de Janeiro, BRA – Circo Volador
09/15 Sao Paulo, BRA – Carioca Club
09/19 Belo Horizonte, BRA – Music Hall BH
09/21 Manaus, BRA – Teatro Manuara
09/22 Fortazlez, BRA – Espaco Jangada
09/23 Recife, BRA – Baile Perfumado
09/25 Buenos Aires, ARG – Teatro Vorterix
09/26 Santiago, CHL – Teatro Caupolican
09/27 Lima, PER – CC Festiva
09/29 Bogota, COL – Auditorio Mayor
09/30 San Jose, CR – Club Peppers
10/03 San Salvador, ELS – Cifco
10/04 Mexico City, MEX – Pabellon Cuervo
10/06 Queretero, MEX – Auditorio Arteaga
10/07 Guadalaja, MEX – C3 Stage

The Black Dahlia Murder’s Trevor Strnad Joins Cannibal Corpse Onstage For “Stripped, Raped And Strangled” In Oslo, Norway

During their February 13 show in Oslo, Norway, Cannibal Corpse were joined onstage by The Black Dahlia Murder’s Trevor Strnad. You can see footage of them performing “Stripped, Raped And Strangled” below. The two bands are currently out on a European/UK tour together.

Man’s Lawsuit For Injuries Sustained At A Cannibal Corpse Show Gets Blocked From Proceeding

According to, the lawsuit Jordan Taylor Pardue and his mother filed for injuries sustained during a 2014 Cannibal Corpse show at the Soul Kitchen Music Hall in Mobile, AL has now been been blocked from proceeding. Pardue allegedly suffered a spinal injury at the concert after getting “thrown down” in the crowd, and has had to undergo $1.2 million worth of medical treatment since. The suit was filed against the booking company ICM Partners, who made a $250 commission off the show. A Mobile County judge was previously planning to let the case proceed, but the Alabama Supreme Court decided to overturn the decision.