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Cattle Decapitation Drummer Lands Endorsement Deal

As soon as the wheels of David Mcgraw’s flight touched down in San Diego where the drummer was en route to begin writing the next Cattle Decapitation album (due later this year), Axis Percussion added the infamous grind drummer to their elite roster. Not only is David an official Axis musician, the only drumming outlet for extreme drummers Sickdrummer.com conducted an interview with him for exclusive download in their PodCast section. Head over to http://www.sickdrummer.com or http://www.myspace.com/sickdrummersite to check out the exclusive PodCast with David Mcgraw.

Cattle Decapitation will also be doing some headlining show in March and April, dates are listed below:

04/05 Corona, CA The Showcase Theatre w/ Anal Blast
04/20 Hollywood, CA The Knitting Factory (Los Angeles Murderfest)
04/25 Bakersfield, CA Studio 99
05/30 Albuquerque, NM The Gathering of the Sick Festival

For more information on upcoming shows and additional Cattle Decapitation activities, visit the official Cattle Decapitation resources:

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1. CrawfordTexasJingoJango writes:

He should be endorsed by White Castle.

Then they should hold him down and stuff Sliders into his face by the tens. Then, when he's passed out from being force-fed for five straight hours, you can tattoo the logo on his forehead so every time his lame, unintelligible, propaganda-fueled, garbage-core band plays their "music" live, he can show everyone what a corporate whore sell-out he really is.

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