CANNIBAL CORPSE Announces Fall 2022 North American Tour With DARK FUNERAL And IMMOLATION

death metal veterans CANNIBAL CORPSE will close out 2022 with a North American headlining tour. The month-long journey will begin November 3 in Silver Springs, Maryland and run through December 10 in St. Petersburg, Florida, with support provided by DARK FUNERAL, IMMOLATION and BLACK ANVIL. The trek includes a headlining performance at the first annual Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Denver on December 2. Additionally, the band will appear on this year’s edition of the Blue Ridge Rock Festival in September. Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday, July 22 at 10:00 am local time.


Nov. 03 – The Fillmore – Silver Springs, MD
Nov. 04 – Empire Live – Albany, NY
Nov. 05 – MTELUS – Montreal, QC
Nov. 06 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON
Nov. 08 – The Agora – Cleveland, OH
Nov 09 – Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH
Nov. 10 – Piere’s Entertainment Center – Fort Wayne, IN
Nov. 11 – The Forge – Joliet, IL
Nov. 12 – The Rave II – Milwaukee, WI
Nov. 15 – The Palace Theater – Calgary, AB
Nov. 17 – The Rickshaw Theater – Vancouver, BC
Nov. 18 – The Rickshaw Theater – Vancouver, BC
Nov. 19 – The Showbox – Seattle, WA
Nov. 21 – Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
Nov. 22 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 23 – The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA
Nov. 25 – House Of Blues – Las Vegas, NV
Nov. 26 – Encore – Tucson, AZ
Nov. 28 – Empire Garage – Austin, TX
Nov. 29 – House Of Blues – Dallas, TX
Nov. 30 – Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK
Dec. 02 – Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest @ Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO
Dec. 03 – The Granada – Lawrence, KS
Dec. 04 – Bourbon Theater – Lincoln, NE
Dec. 05 – The Apollo Theater AC – Belvidere, IL
Dec. 06 – The Vogue Theater – Indianapolis, IN
Dec. 08 – The Concourse – Knoxville, TN
Dec. 09 – Georgia Theater – Athens, GA
Dec. 10 – Jannus Live – St. Petersburg, FL

CANNIBAL CORPSE‘s 15th studio album, “Violence Unimagined”was released in April 2021 via Metal Blade Records. Erik Rutanone of the death metal’s most acclaimed guitarists who is known for his time as part of MORBID ANGEL throughout the ’90s and early 2000s, as well as handling vocals/guitars for HATE ETERNALlent his guitar as well as production skills to the effort, which was recorded at his Mana Recording in St. Petersburg, Florida. Rutan previously produced oven CANNIBAL CORPSE albums (in addition to “Violence Unimagined”),alongside the likes of GOATWHORE, SOILENT GREEN and BELPHEGOR. Filling in live on guitar since 2019, in 2020 he became a full member, contributing to the writing process.

In a 2021 interview with Shawn Ratches of Laughingmonkeymusic, CANNIBAL CORPSE drummer and founding member Paul Mazurkiewicz was asked how long he thinks the band can keep going. He responded: “As long as we’re all healthy, then who knows how long we can take it. I wouldn’t have ever thought when I started that I’d still be doing this still at 53 years old. So, how long can we take? You’ve just gotta look at it, at this point, day by day. You never know. If you stay healthy and you keep active and you keep doing it, it’s just gonna come down to that — it’s gonna come down to the health factor. Because everybody knows — the older you get, anything can go wrong at any given time, whether it’s a disease or an injury or whatever that you just go, ‘I can’t do it anymore. No matter how much I practice and how much I do the right thing, it doesn’t matter.’ So we’ve gotta just take it day by day at this point. There’s no denying — we’re more at the end of our career than we are in the beginning. Can we go another 30 years? Well, I highly doubt it. I would be 83 doing this… That would be incredible [if we could still do it at that age], but I would have to almost think that would be slightly impossible. I guess it’s possible — who knows? We don’t know. Nobody’s done it in that sense in the extreme form.

“When you had [late THE ROLLING STONES drummer] Charlie Watts still doing it at 80 years old, that’s amazing,” he continued. “So the fact that [he was] still drumming and [he was] on stage at 80 is incredible. I just put Carmine Appice the other day, and he’s 75. And the guy is still up there and playing and doing his thing — albeit it’s not maybe extreme death metal, but still, he’s up there playing drums…

“So, you never know. You take it day by day,” he repeated. “As long as we’re healthy and we’re feeling good and everything is going good in those ways, then who’s to say we can’t last another 20 years. But who knows?”

In a 2017 interview with Aesthetic Magazine, Mazurkiewicz stated about CANNIBAL CORPSE‘s longevity: “It’s about the love of the music. We’re very fortunate to start out 30 years ago and have success right off the bat where everything was going great. We all just love to play and write songs, and after fourteen records, we just want to keep moving forward and we feel like we always have, and the popularity just grows with the band. CANNIBAL CORPSE song and I think we obviously must have achieved that to have this sort of longevity.”

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