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Cattle Decapitation Recording Upcoming New Album

Cattle Decapitation entered Denver, CO's Flatline Audio on January 7th to record the highly anticipated follow-up to "The Harvest Floor" (2009 on Metal Blade Records).

Front man Travis Ryan has this to say: "We spent the first two days mapping out tempos and getting things situated, drums mic'd all that stuff. Just started tracking drums today and everything is sounding great! We're excited to start laying down some tones and getting this beast finished and in the hands of our fans and friends."

The band has a small crew filming all steps of the way so fans of the band can look forward to studio video reports via YouTube. Full album details will be made available in the coming weeks when album title, cover image, and track listing as well as immediate U.S. and European tour plans are revealed.

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1. jesu1932 writes:

what an mtv basterdization/ i hate modern production sub levels..... all these bands comming out and they are all like the monkeys actor musitians that past a audition but probably coudnt care less about the scene ... past present and or future.... let alone have seen anything cool on TV

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2. The_Avant_Garde writes:

I have no clue what the hell you're talking about Jesu. Cattle Decapitation has been around since 1996 and not once has it ever been a part of any "mtv basterdization." Listen to "Human Jerky" from 1999 before you start making claims like that. Not to mention that the latest album "The Harvest Floor" had phenomenal production quality and really elevated the band into the realm it should have always been in.

I'm definitely looking forward to this album. It's now my most anticipated of 2012.

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3. silvermountains writes:

flatline is a great place, it's a great studio for both local and nonlocal acts. love the guys down there,

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