Cattle Decapitation

Fri Mar 8 2024

6:30 PM

O2 Academy Islington

16 Parkfield Street London N1 0PS

Ages 14+

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Born Again Concerts proudly presents
San Diego, California-based deathgrind mavericks, CATTLE DECAPITATION, announces their first European tour in support of their latest masterpiece Terrasite that has been released in May of 2023.

Support comes from SIGNS OF THE SWARM, Metal Blade labelmates 200 STAB WOUNDS, as well as VOMIT FORTH.

Terrasite pushes the CATTLE DECAPITATION sound further into more epic and varied territory, and in the hands of vocalist Travis Ryan the governing concept takes a new and disturbing direction. “I wanted to do the 180° opposite of Death Atlas. I already had the concept idea from years back and since Death Atlas was so dark and brooding, I wanted a completely opposite effect – I wanted this to take place in the daylight. I’ve always found daytime horror to be really unsettling so I wanted to make sure what was going on on the cover took place in the light of day, which also finds its place within the lyrics.”

Born Again Concerts proudly presents
Cattle Decapitation

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Born Again Concerts proudly presents

Cattle Decapitation

Fri Mar 8 2024 6:30 PM

O2 Academy Islington London
Cattle Decapitation
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Ages 14+

Born Again Concerts proudly presents
San Diego, California-based deathgrind mavericks, CATTLE DECAPITATION, announces their first European tour in support of their latest masterpiece Terrasite that has been released in May of 2023.

Support comes from SIGNS OF THE SWARM, Metal Blade labelmates 200 STAB WOUNDS, as well as VOMIT FORTH.

Terrasite pushes the CATTLE DECAPITATION sound further into more epic and varied territory, and in the hands of vocalist Travis Ryan the governing concept takes a new and disturbing direction. “I wanted to do the 180° opposite of Death Atlas. I already had the concept idea from years back and since Death Atlas was so dark and brooding, I wanted a completely opposite effect – I wanted this to take place in the daylight. I’ve always found daytime horror to be really unsettling so I wanted to make sure what was going on on the cover took place in the light of day, which also finds its place within the lyrics.”