CANNIBAL CORPSE At Ohio's SCION ROCK FEST; Interview, Performance Footage Available

Video footage of CANNIBAL CORPSE performing at the Scion Rock Fest on March 13, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio — courtesy of the car company, Scion, who hosted the metal event — can be viewed below. Also available is an interview with the band.

CANNIBAL CORPSE is currently wrapping up the first leg of its European festival tour, which picks up again in August and includes stops at Summer Breeze, With Full Force, Wacken Open Air and Party.San Open Air.

CANNIBAL CORPSE filmed two shows in early May for an upcoming DVD release. The concerts were shot and directed by Denise Korycki (Wild Wind Productions), who also helmed the band's "Centuries Of Torment - The First 20 Years" DVD.

"Centuries of Torment", which came out July 2008, was certified platinum in Canada last year just before the crushing release of the band's new album, "Evisceration Plague". The DVD sold 2,100 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 8 on the Top Music Videos chart.

CANNIBAL CORPSE recently took part in the band's first headline run since it appeared on the Hot Topic stage on 2009's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. Joining CANNIBAL CORPSE on "The Evisceration Plague Tour" were SKELETONWITCH, LECHEROUS NOCTURNE and 1349 on select dates.

"The Evisceration Plague Tour" kicked off on April 20 in Orlando, Florida and finished up in Tampa, Florida on May 15.


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