Cannibal Corpse Announce 16th Studio Album 'Chaos Horrific,' Release New Track 'Blood Blind' and Announce Tour

Cannibal Corpse Announce 16th Studio Album 'Chaos Horrific,' Release New Track 'Blood Blind' and Announce Tour

Metal Blade Records have officially announced that Old School Death Metal legends Cannibal Corpse will return with their 16th studio album Chaos Horrific which will be released on the September 22nd 2023. They also revealed the band's brand new single 'Blood Blind' with an accompanying video which you can view below.

The band's guitarist Rob Barrett says:

"I believe that our songwriting has progressed in a manner where every song paves its own path, whether it's a straightforward or technical song. Sometimes it's a mix of both, so there's no preconceived idea that we want to be more technical. The music just sort of takes its own course."

Adds bassist, Alex Webster.

"I don't think there was any conscious effort to make things more technical, so if it wound up that way it would just be a natural result of us trying to write the heaviest songs we could."

Guitarist and producer Erik Rutan says:

"I never go into a record thinking about anything, I just let the writing flow freely with no limitations. But this time, I knew I wanted to push the envelope a bit in a different direction than Violence Unimagined; expand the dynamics, explore new territory without departing from what Cannibal Corpse is and always shall be."

Chaos Horrific Track Listing:

1. Overlords Of Violence
2. Frenzied Feeding
3. Summoned For Sacrifice
4. Blood Blind
5. Vengeful Invasion
6. Chaos Horrific
7. Fracture And Refracture
8. Pitchfork Impalement
9. Pestilential Rictus
10. Drain You Empty

Pre-orders for Chaos Horrific can be made here. Not only have the band announced their new album, they have also announced a co-headlining North American tour with Mayhem, Gorguts and Blood Incantation; tickets go on sale on Friday which you can purchase here.

9/22 Marathon Music Hall – Nashville, TN
9/23 The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
9/24 The Mill & Mine – Knoxville, TN
9/26 Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
9/27 Rebel – Toronto, ON
9/28 L'Olympia – Montreal, QC
9/29 The Palladium – Worcester, MA
9/30 Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY
10/2 The Royal Oak – Detroit, MI
10/3 Hard Rock Live – Gary, IN
10/4 The Fillmore – Minneapolis, MN
10/6 Mission Ballroom – Denver, CO
10/7 The Depot – Lake City, UT
10/9 Temple Theatre – Tacoma, WA
10/10 Knitting Factory – Spokane, WA
10/11 Knitting Factory – Boise, ID
10/13 The Warfield – San Francisco, CA
10/14 SOMA – San Diego, CA
10/17 The Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, TX
10/18 The Factory – Dallas, TX
10/20v The Eastern – Atlanta, GA
10/21 Paristown Hall – Louisville, KY

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