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Cattle Decapitation announce headline tour of UK & Ireland

Following the release of their critically acclaimed new album Death Atlas via Metal Blade Records last November (and which Jim reviewed at the time), Cattle Decapitation has now announced their first headline tour of the UK & Ireland in support [...]

January 30, 2020 Tours/Live Dates

Album Review: Cattle Decapitation – Death Atlas

Everyone’s favourite underrated band are back and this time they mean business. Re-armed with new members Belisario Dimuzio and Olivier Pinard on guitar and bass respectively and taking 4 years to deliver, the quintet are ready to remind everyone to [...]

November 29, 2019 Album Reviews

Interview: Josh Elmore of Cattle Decapitation (Glasgow 2016)

Just under a week ago, I had the opportunity to chat the guitarist from the American metal band, Cattle Decapitation. We chatted about how the tour was going, the ‘varying music’ of the band and his rather unique guitar. Something [...]

June 28, 2016 Interviews

Cattle Decapitation / Party Cannon – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow (22nd June 2016)

Now you may be forgiven for thinking, “what the f***!” when you see a name like Cattle Decapitation. Admittedly, I thought that first when I heard about the band all those years ago. After one listen however, I was immediately [...]

June 27, 2016 Gig Reviews

Tour News – Ricky Warwick, Tax the Heat, Fort Fest, Cattle Decapitation

Ricky Warwick Ricky and his band The Fighting Hearts featuring Robbie Crane on Bass (Black Star Riders), Guitarist Mark Gemini Thwaite (The Mission, Peter Murphy) and Drummer Gary Sullivan are back on the road for a UK Tour in November [...]

June 17, 2016 Tours/Live Dates

Review: Cattle Decapitation – The Anthropocene Extinction

Cattle Decapitation are a band that I’ve been following for some time now. Having thoroughly enjoyed their previous two album, The Harvest Floor and The Monolith of Inhumanity, I was suitably excited for this album. Production wise, it’s very similar to the previous [...]

July 24, 2015 Album Reviews