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Cattle Decapitation

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About Cattle Decapitation
Genres:
Death Metal Progressive Grind
Band Members:
• Travis Ryan: Vocals, • Josh Elmore: Guitar, • David McGraw: Drums
Hometown:
San Diego, CA

Compromise is not a concept Cattle Decapitation are willing to entertain. Ever. Over the course of nineteen years and six full-lengths the San Diego quartet have more tha...
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Fan Live Reviews
Will
Dallas, TX@
Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill
November 12th 2018
Suffocation kicked ass! Have a good retirement Frank and stay metal! Cattle Decapitation was badass as always!! 🤘🏻
Steven
Portland, OR@
Lola's Room
November 5th 2018
It was amazing lola room is good but sucks their was no stage and couldn't see well. But was totally kick ass
Gary
Detroit, MI@
Magic Stick
October 27th 2018
Definitely the best show I've ever been to, I got to see Suffocation and Krisium perform as well.
Drew
Sydney, Australia@
Bald Faced Stag
February 18th 2018
Well if you missed these guys...Be ashamed! Amongst things like pushing the genre into new realms of glory, being supreme masters in each band members craft, These guys know how to work a venue and will leave you uplifted and possibly body broken.
Vegas
Baltimore, MD@
Baltimore Soundstage
November 2nd 2017
Cattle Decapitation rocks; and they bring their many talented friends with them, where ever they may go.
Terence
Seattle, WA@
Studio Seven
October 14th 2017
If you missed this show or any of this awesome bands you where probably to busy listening to Justin Bieber it was a really awesome show I would go again and again this concert was a solid 100 outta 10
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About Cattle Decapitation
Genres:
Death Metal Progressive Grind
Band Members:
• Travis Ryan: Vocals, • Josh Elmore: Guitar, • David McGraw: Drums
Hometown:
San Diego, CA

Compromise is not a concept Cattle Decapitation are willing to entertain. Ever. Over the course of nineteen years and six full-lengths the San Diego quartet have more tha...
Read More