Cattle Decapitation Update: Tours, Bassist Search

by | Jan 2, 2010

Cattle Decapitation recently gave an update on their current happenings. The band have plans for a U.S. tour in spring, a summer European tour, and are narrowing down their search for a new bassist. The band’s complete update is as follows:

“*We’ll be announcing more US tour plans for April/May VERY SOON!”

“*Tour dates for Europe are already starting to sprout up online including a festival appearance at the Stonehenge Festival in Holland on July, 31st and we’ll hopefully have more to report on the rest of the tour soon! We don’t want to blow the whistle on it until we are completely sure this time. Things keep coming up preventing us from heading overseas and its looking like next year is looking to have much more international and overseas dates!”

“*Now that the year is over and holidays behind us, we’ll be narrowing down the bass player search! Our current fill-in bass player Rah Davis is stepping down to go back to school and we always applaud anyone who wishes to further their education, so we wish Rah the best of luck and we thank him for his service in gore!!!”

 

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