Cannibal Corpse Announces Fall 2019 North American Tour

Cannibal Corpse Fall Tour Thy Art Is Murder Perdition Temple

After touring with Slayer, Lamb Of God, and Amon Amarth this past spring, Cannibal Corpse is ready to head back out on the road for a North American headlining trek this fall – this time, featuring special guests Thy Art Is Murder and Perdition Temple.

Cannibal Corpse is touring in support of their latest album, Red Before Black. Many words come to mind when you hear the name Cannibal Corpse, but one truly defines the soon-to-be thirty-year death metal veterans: Unstoppable. Produced by Erik Rutan (Hate Eternal, Goatwhore), Red Before Black serves to not only reiterate this but to once more raise the stakes, making it very clear who sets the standard when it comes to always compelling music that is equally brutal and complex. Moreover, the band have pushed themselves again, ensuring that it stands out from their catalog.

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"Throughout our career we’ve tried to improve the precision of both our musical execution and our album production, while still maintaining full-on aggression. ‘Red Before Black‘ continues in that direction, but might go even further on the aggressive side of things. It’s definitely precise, but it has a rawness to it that goes beyond anything we’ve done recently," says bassist Alex Webster.

"We really worked super hard crafting these songs, practicing them, and getting them where we wanted to be more so than on any of our previous albums," adds drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz. "And as Alex said, musically I think it’s the most raw sound we’ve had – and at the same time I think it’s our most focused, tightest and catchiest record."

Cannibal Corpse Fall Tour Thy Art Is Murder Perdition Temple

Cannibal Corpse tour dates w/ Thy Art Is Murder, Perdition Temple

Oct. 20 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall Oct. 21 – Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live Oct. 22 – Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live Oct. 24 – Phoenix, AZ – The Pressroom Oct. 25 – Ventura, CA – The Ventura Theater Oct. 26 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades Oct. 27 – Reno, NV – Cargo Oct. 28 – Boise, ID – Knitting Factory Oct. 29 – Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory Oct. 30 – Vancouver, BC – The Vogue Theatre Nov. 1 – Edmonton, AB – Union Hall Nov. 2 – Calgary, AB – MacEwan Ballroom Nov. 5 – Boulder, CO – The Boulder Theater Nov. 6 – Fort Collins, CO – Hodi’s Half Note Nov. 7 – Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room Nov. 8 – Kansas City, MO – The Truman Nov. 9 – Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s Nov. 10 – Belvidere, IL – The Apollo Theatre Nov. 12 – Joliet, IL – The Forge Nov. 13 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall Nov. 14 – London, ON – London Music Hall Nov. 15 – Toronto, ON – Opera House Nov. 16 – Montreal, QC – M Telus Nov. 17 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground Nov. 18 – Boston, MA – The Royale Nov. 20 – Providence, RI – Fete Ballroom Nov. 21 – New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place Nov. 22 – Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw Nov. 23 – Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom Nov. 24 – Philadelphia, PA – TLA Nov. 26 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade Nov. 27 – Tampa, FL – The Orpheum