Thu Mar 17 2016

6:50 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

Varsity Theatre

3353 Highland Rd Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Ages 18+

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Cannibal Corpse

http://cannibalcorpse.net/

https://www.facebook.com/cannibalcorpse/

https://twitter.com/CorpseOfficial

Obituary

http://www.obituary.cc/

https://www.facebook.com/ObituaryBand

https://twitter.com/obituarytheband

Cryptopsy

http://cryptopsy.ca/

https://www.facebook.com/CryptopsyMetal/

Abysmal Dawn

https://www.facebook.com/AbysmalDawn

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Christworm

 

Proving technical dexterity, diabolic vocal grunts and a penchant for serial killers, zombies and gore of all shapes, sizes and textures, Cannibal Corpse won over the hearts of many a metal extremist and have since become a harrowing household name. Since the bands inception they have sold millions of albums world wide and show no sign of slowing or bowing down to the ever changing metal genre. Massive tours throughout the U.S. and Europe as well as Australia and South America only underscored the band's staying power…and all this with zero commercial radio presence and minimal video play (although the band did appear in the Hollywood blockbuster, Ace Ventura - Pet Detective).


The momentum continued with the 1996 release of Vile, the first Cannibal record to feature former Monstrosity throat George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher following the departure of Chris Barnes. Any skepticism over the new voice behind the mighty Corpse was quickly put to rest. Simply put, Vile slayed from beginning to end and became the first ever death metal record to enter the prestigious Billboard charts. Over the next few years, relentlessly touring, bolstered musicianship and progressively more potent recordings saw the band increase in popularity within the underground and beyond.

After the mass success of 2004's The Wretched Spawn and some personnel changes (longtime guitarist Jack Owen fled the band in 2004 to carry on his commitments with his rock project, Adrift. Origin axe-master Jeremy Turner filled in for the band during their remaining tours that year before Malevolent Creation/Hate Plow/Solstice guitarist Rob Barrett, who played on Cannibal Corpse's infamous releases The Bleeding and Vile records, rejoined the band as a fulltime member.), Cannibal Corpse has returned to the Death Metal frontlines with the pungently eloquent majesty that is Kill.

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Thu Mar 17 2016 6:50 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

Varsity Theatre Baton Rouge LA
The Noise Presents, CANNIBAL CORPSE, http://cannibalcorpse.net/
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Ages 18+

Cannibal Corpse

http://cannibalcorpse.net/

https://www.facebook.com/cannibalcorpse/

https://twitter.com/CorpseOfficial

Obituary

http://www.obituary.cc/

https://www.facebook.com/ObituaryBand

https://twitter.com/obituarytheband

Cryptopsy

http://cryptopsy.ca/

https://www.facebook.com/CryptopsyMetal/

Abysmal Dawn

https://www.facebook.com/AbysmalDawn

https://twitter.com/AbysmalDawn

Christworm

 

Proving technical dexterity, diabolic vocal grunts and a penchant for serial killers, zombies and gore of all shapes, sizes and textures, Cannibal Corpse won over the hearts of many a metal extremist and have since become a harrowing household name. Since the bands inception they have sold millions of albums world wide and show no sign of slowing or bowing down to the ever changing metal genre. Massive tours throughout the U.S. and Europe as well as Australia and South America only underscored the band's staying power…and all this with zero commercial radio presence and minimal video play (although the band did appear in the Hollywood blockbuster, Ace Ventura - Pet Detective).


The momentum continued with the 1996 release of Vile, the first Cannibal record to feature former Monstrosity throat George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher following the departure of Chris Barnes. Any skepticism over the new voice behind the mighty Corpse was quickly put to rest. Simply put, Vile slayed from beginning to end and became the first ever death metal record to enter the prestigious Billboard charts. Over the next few years, relentlessly touring, bolstered musicianship and progressively more potent recordings saw the band increase in popularity within the underground and beyond.

After the mass success of 2004's The Wretched Spawn and some personnel changes (longtime guitarist Jack Owen fled the band in 2004 to carry on his commitments with his rock project, Adrift. Origin axe-master Jeremy Turner filled in for the band during their remaining tours that year before Malevolent Creation/Hate Plow/Solstice guitarist Rob Barrett, who played on Cannibal Corpse's infamous releases The Bleeding and Vile records, rejoined the band as a fulltime member.), Cannibal Corpse has returned to the Death Metal frontlines with the pungently eloquent majesty that is Kill.