CANNIBAL CORPSE will kick off their North American tour supporting Slayer this week. The journey begins May 2nd in Phoenix, Arizona and runs through sixteen cities, concluding on May 25th in Mansfield, Massachusetts. Additional support will be provided by Lamb Of God and labelmates Amon Amarth. The band's latest journey follows their co-headlining run with Morbid Angel on the Decibel Magazine Tour earlier this year. See all confirmed dates below.

CANNIBAL CORPSE w/ Slayer, Lamb Of God, Amon Amarth: 5/02/2019 Ak-Chin Amphitheatre - Phoenix, AZ 5/03/2019 Isleta Amphitheatre - Albuquerque, NM 5/05/2019 UTEP/Don Haskins Center - El Paso, TX 5/07/2019 Bert Ogden Arena - Edinburg, TX 5/08/2019 The Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory - Dallas, TX 5/10/2019 MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa, FL 5/11/2019 Coral Sky Amphitheatre - West Palm Beach, FL 5/13/2019 Big Sandy Superstore Arena - Huntington, WV 5/14/2019 Merriweasther Post Pavilion - Columbia, MD 5/16/2019 Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center - Noblesville, IN 5/17/2019 Providence Medical Center Amphitheatre - Bonner Springs, KS 5/19/2019 DTE Energy Music Center - Clarkston, MI 5/20/2019 Covel Centre - Youngstown, OH 5/22/2019 Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa, ON 5/24/2019 BB&T Pavilion - Camden, NJ 5/25/2019 Xfinity Center - Mansfield, MA

CANNIBAL CORPSE continues to tour in support of their critically-lauded Red Before Black full-length released last year via Metal Blade Records. Many words come to mind when you hear the name CANNIBAL CORPSE, but only one truly defines the soon-to-be thirty-year death metal veterans: Unstoppable. Produced by Erik Rutan (Hate Eternal, Goatwhore), Red Before Black serves to not only reiterate this but to once more raise the stakes, making it abundantly clear who sets the standard when it comes to manifesting consistently compelling music that is as brutal as it is complex. "Throughout our career, we've tried to improve the precision of both our musical execution and our album production, while still maintaining full-on aggression. Red Before Black continues in that direction, but might go even further on the aggressive side of things. It's definitely precise, but it has a rawness to it that goes beyond anything we've done recently," asserts bassist Alex Webster. "We really worked super hard crafting these songs, practicing them, and getting them where we wanted to be more so than on any of our previous albums," adds drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz. "And as Alex said, musically I think it's the rawest sound we've had - and at the same time I think it's our most focused, tightest, and catchiest record."

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