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Cattle Decapitation Album And Tour Update

Cattle Decapitation singer Travis Ryan has issued this band update:

"Cattle Decapitation's new album "Humanure" is released! Check it out, it's our best one yet. Don't bother with Best Buy or Musicland, though. They refuse to carry the CD because of the cover. It's also banned in Europe and now in these chain stores in our own country!!! You should have no problem finding it in your local independent music store, online and through other chain stores.

Well, the tour started off kind of odd. I broke my hand on the first day of tour just hours before the Chain Reaction show in Anaheim,CA. 4 carpals were annihilated and a possible fracture of the scaffoid bone, an extremely hard to heal bone. I now have an annoying cast on my right arm. We're still doing the tour!!! We're in Alberquerque, NM tonight playing with Cannibal Corpse and our friends in Black Dahlia and Severed Savior. We'll see you guys soon. Come out and check out the shows...you see them in the shows section at www.cattledecapitation.com."

Source: Metal Eater

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1. brian writes:

The new album is great and this is an excellent band live. It doesn't hurt that the band members are all really cool guys and always hang out with the fans. If you get the chance, go see this band, you won't be disappointed.

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2. Joie "ill niño soul" writes:

Cool sh!t!!

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