Cannibal Corpse announces tour dates with Hatebreed

Music News | By on Sep 12th, 2009

After finishing up a very successful run on this summer’s Rockstar Mayhem Festival tour, death-metal icons Cannibal Corpse are now gearing up to hit the road again as a part of this fall’s Decimation of the Nation 2 Tour featuring Cannibal Corpse as main support to Hatebreed. Supporting Cannibal Corpse and Hatebreed on this month and a half trek across the US and Canada will be labelmates Unearth and Hate Eternal and Sumerian Records artist Born of Osiris. The Decimation of the Nation 2 Tour kicks off on November 6th at the House of Blues in Cleveland OH and finishes up December 20th in Philadelphia, PA. On the San Francisco and Los Angeles stops of the tour, the Decimation of the Nation 2 Tour will meet up with the Trivium, Chimaira, Whitechapel, and Dirge Within tour making it an all day metal event. Make sure to check with venues to see when doors are as these two shows will be starting early due to the amount of bands performing.

Here’s what bassist and founding member Alex Webster had to say about the upcoming tour with Hatebreed, Unearth, Born of Osiris, and Hate Eternal:

“We are psyched to be on tour with such a killer line up of bands. Tours where all the bands are extreme but also have their own style are always great, and this line up definitely fits that description. We expect these shows to be some of the most intense ever…see you all in the pit!”

Cannibal Corpse’s latest release and eleventh studio album Evisceration Plague (February 3, 2009) debuted at #66 in the Billboard Top 200 Chart its first week of release. This marked the third time in the band’s career that the mighty Cannibal Corpse have landed on the Billboard Top 200 Charts with KILL debuting at #170 in 2006 and Vile debuting at #151 in 1994, making Evisceration Plague the highest selling debut in the bands career!

Decimation of the Nation 2 Tour
Hatebreed and special guests Cannibal Corpse w/ Unearth, Born of Osiris, and Hate Eternal

11/06 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
11/07 Detroit, MI Harpo’s
11/08 Cincinnati, OH Bogart’s
11/09 Towson, MD Recher Theatre
11/10 Clifton Park, NY Northern Lights
11/12 Richmond, VA The National
11/13 Charlotte, NC Amos’ Southend
11/14 Orlando, FL The Club at Firestone
11/15 St. Petersburg, FL State Theatre
11/16 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
11/17 Jacksonville, FL Plush
11/18 New Orleans, LA The Hangar
11/19 Houston, TX Meridian
11/20 San Antonio, TX Sunset Station
11/21 Dallas, TX The Door
11/22 Kansas City, MO The Beaumont Club
11/23 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
11/24 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
11/25 Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre
11/27 San Francisco, CA The Warfield w/ Trivium, Chimaira, Whitechapel, Dirge Within
11/28 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium w/ Trivium, Chimaira, Whitechapel, Dirge Within
11/29 Victorville, CA Karma
12/01 Portland, OR Roseland Theatre
12/02 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
12/03 Seattle, WA The King Cat Theatre
12/04 Spokane, WA Knitting Factory Concert House
12/05 Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall Ballroom
12/06 Edmonton, AB Edmonton Events Centre
12/07 Saskatoon, SK Odeon Events Centre
12/08 Winnipeg, MB The Garrick Centre
12/09 Maplewood, MN The Rock
12/10 Chicago, IL House of Blues
12/11 Sauget, IL Pop’s
12/12 Milwaukee, WI The Rave
12/13 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection
12/14 Buffalo, NY The Town Ballroom
12/16 Toronto, ON Sound Academy
12/17 Montreal, QC Metropolis
12/18 New York, NY Nokia Theatre
12/19 Worcester, MA The Palladium no Born Of Osiris
12/20 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory

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