Derek Engemann Exits Cattle Decapitation

Bassist Derek Engemann has exited Cattle Decapitation. He posted the following on Facebook:

“It’s been a great journey, but I’m writing to let everyone know I have amicably parted ways with Cattle Decapitation. I’m very proud of the success we achieved together across the last two albums. In turn, I’m excited to focus my energy on the next upcoming Scour release, my reignited project Cast the Stone (HUGE news in the coming days), and the other big plans I have in the works. Thank you to everyone for the support, and I’ll see you at NAMM!”

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Cattle Decapitation Announce 2018 Australian/New Zealand Tour

Cattle Decapitation have announced an Australian/New Zealand tour. Psycroptic will serve as support on the Australian dates.

Tour Dates:

02/08 Auckland, NZ – Kings Arms (no Psycroptic)
02/09 Christchurch, NZ – Club Tavern (no Psycroptic)
02/10 Wellington, NZ – Valhalla (no Psycroptic)
02/14 Melbourne, AUS – Corner Hotel
02/15 Canberra, AUS – The Basement
02/16 Sydney, AUS – Bald Faced Stag
02/17 Newcastle, AUS – Cambridge Hotel
02/18 Brisbane, AUS – Wooly Mammoth

Cattle Decapitation Share European Tour Documentary

Cattle Decapitation have posted a new documentary focusing on their summer European tour. Check that out below:

Josh Elmore commented:

“For several years now, fans have been asking the band to release a video chronicle with live performance footage and enhanced or ‘behind the scenes’ documentation. During a recent European run, our friend Paul McGuire of Obscenery Films traveled with the band and captured glimpses of what day-to-day life on the road is like for Cattle Decapitation and spoke with the members as they reflected on years of touring and what their future holds.

The result is an entertaining, humorous and informative documentary that shows the band as a live entity and also what goes on during their down time on tour; play-throughs, interviews, concert chaos, Euro-tourism and more. We hope you enjoy it!”

Cattle Decapitation To Release “The Flesh Is Of No Use” DVD Featuring “Forced Gender Reassignment” & “Clandestine Ways (Krokodil Rot)” Music Videos

Cattle Decapitation will be releasing a new DVD called “The Flesh Is Of No Use” on October 6. The effort, which is limited to 1,000 copies, will feature the band’s “Forced Gender Reassignment” music video, and the censored / uncensored videos for “Clandestine Ways (Krokodil Rot).” The DVD will come in a “plastic evidence bag,” and it can be preordered HERE.

Travis Ryan Says He Has “The Album Title, Concept And Even The Layout Details Already Figured Out For The Next Cattle Decapitation Album”

Though the band haven’t started writing yet, Travis Ryan has revealed that he already has plans for the next Cattle Decapitation album. He said the following:

“So stoked. For the first time since The Harvest Floor, I have the album title, cover concept and even the layout details already figured out for the next Cattle Decapitation album and we are months from writing the first song for it. Love when that happens!!!”

[via Metal Injection]

Cattle Decapitation Announce 2017 Tour With Revocation, Full Of Hell, & Artificial Brain

Cattle Decapitation have announced a headlining tour with Revocation, Full Of Hell, and Artificial Brain. Check out the dates for that below.

Tour Dates:

10/10 Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theater (with Thanatology) (no Full Of Hell)
10/11 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick (with Thanatology) (no Full Of Hell)
10/12 Flagstaff, AZ – Green Room (with Thanatology) (no Full Of Hell)
10/13 Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad
10/14 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
10/15 Jerome, ID – Diamondz Event Center
10/16 Portland, OR – Bossanova
10/17 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
10/18 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre
10/20 Edmonton, AB – Starlite
10/21 Calgary, AB – Dickens
10/22 Regina, SK – The Exchange
10/23 Winnipeg, MB – Park Theater
10/24 Minneapolis, MN – Cabooze
10/26 Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom
10/27 Chicago, IL – Reggies
10/28 Covington, KY – Madison Live
10/29 Detroit, MI – Token Lounge
10/31 Toronto, ON – Opera House
11/01 Montreal, QC – Les Foufounes Electriques
11/02 Syracuse, NY – Lost Horizon
11/03 Boston, MA – Once Ballroom
11/04 Philadelphia, PA – Voltage
11/05 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
11/06 New York, NY – Highline Ballroom
11/08 Virginia Beach, VA – Shaka’s
11/09 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
11/10 Orlando, FL – The Haven
11/11 Tampa, FL – Orpheum
11/13 New Orleans, LA – Southport Music Hall
11/14 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
11/15 Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live
11/16 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th St Collective
11/17 San Antonio, TX – Rock Box
11/18 El Paso, TX – Tricky Falls
11/19 Phoenix, AZ – Club Red
11/20 Las Vegas, NV – Beauty Bar