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NAUSEA L.A. To Play Hometown Gig

NAUSEA L.A., the reunited "deathcore" pinoeers that feature in their ranks TERRORIZER vocalist Oscar Garcia, are due to perform at Hully Gully (@ The Iron Room) in Downey, California on Sunday, July 28th. Also set to appear on the bill are CATTLE DECAPITATION, INFAMY, EPICEDIUM and CREMATORIUM, among others. NAUSEA L.A. will reportedly be selling ...

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CANNIBAL CORPSE Plan Limited-Edition EP Release

CANNIBAL CORPSE will shortly be releasing a five-song EP, Worm Infested, containing three unreleased tracks from their most recent release, Gore Obsessed, and two Japanese bonus tracks. A strictly limited-edition, numbered collectors' EP, Worm Infested will only be available in its initial pressing and will be sold exclusively through the band's and the Metal Blade ...

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CATTLE DECAPITATION's Debut Album Banned In Germany!

San Diego extreme metallers CATTLE DECAPITATION have reportedly had their debut album, To Serve Man, banned in Germany before the album has even been released. German Metal Blade Records distributor SPV is said to have refused to put the album in stores due to the brutal artwork, forcing the label to make the album available ...

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CATTLE DECAPITATION Ink Deal With Metal Blade Records

San Diego extreme metallers CATTLE DECAPITATION have inked a deal with Metal Blade Records and will enter San Francisco's Trident Studio with producer Juan Urteaga in early April to record their debut for the label, entitled To Serve Man. Singer Travis Ryan had this to say about the group's addition to the Metal Blade roster: ...

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Archive News Nov 12, 2001

NEVERMORE have dismissed as “totally false” the statement issued by the group's record company, Century Media Records, on Thursday, October 8th that indicated that the band had withdrawn from the five-date east coast/midwest tour with OVERKILL (which was scheduled to run from November 25th through December 2nd) in order to begin work ...

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