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Sleep Terrors David McGraw Joins Cattle Decapitation
Monday, 24 September 2007 19:48
We're pleased to announce that we'll be doing a Fall tour with the almighty VADER and MALEVOLENT CREATION!!! It's called the "Death By Decibels Tour" and this will be Cattle's last tour for the "Karma.Bloody.Karma" album before they go into hibernation and begin writing the next album. Joining Cattle Decapitation on drums will be drummer David McGraw(ex-Sleep Terror)! Seattle's technical destroyer of the skins will be hitting the road with us and we're very excited to see what the future holds with David! When we return we will be hard at work on new material and will not be doing a tour until Summer of 2008 and plan to have a new album out in Fall 2008! DON'T MISS THIS TOUR!
 
Light This City Confirmed For Death By Decibels
Friday, 21 September 2007 22:20

Bay Area thrashers LIGHT THIS CITY have been confirmed as a support band on the upcoming Death By Decibels tour, featuring Vader, Malevolent Creation, Cattle Decapitation, Abigail Williams and Veil of Maya. Currently out on the road across North America with Edguy and Into Eternity, LIGHT THIS CITY is continuing to support 'Facing The Thousand,' the band's latest effort which saw a September 2006 release via Prosthetic Records. A video for the track "The Unwelcome Savior" is available online here (http://youtube.com/watch?v=1H4SVRApGhM ) and is expected to hit video outlets soon.


 
Exclusive Online "Dethklok" Listening Party!
Friday, 21 September 2007 22:16
Cartoon metal gods Dethklok of the Adult Swim program Metalocalypse and AOL Music are pleased to announce a special debut listening party for the band’s new record, “The Dethalbum,” on Monday, September 24 at 12:01am EST at:  
http://music.aol.com/songs/new_releases_full_cds  before it hits streets, Tuesday, September 25…
 


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