January 12, 2016

Florida-based death metallers CANNIBAL CORPSE are returning to Europe in April for a full tour. Support on the trek will come from KRISIUN and HIDEOUS DIVINITY.

Comments CANNIBAL CORPSE bassist Alex Webster: "We're psyched to be heading back to Europe for the final leg of the 'A Skeletal Domain' tour with such a crushing lineup of bands. Everyone knows the level of brutality our friends KRISIUN can deliver, and they'll soon see what HIDEOUS DIVINITY are capable of, too. We can't wait to get this three-band death metal bulldozer rolling. Europe, be ready!"

The dates are as follows:

Apr. 15 - Flensburg, Germany - Roxy
Apr. 16 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
Apr. 17 - Oslo, Norway - Sentralen
Apr. 18 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Sticky Fingers
Apr. 19 - Stockholm, Sweden - Klubben
Apr. 21 - Helsinki, Finland - Nosturi
Apr. 22 - Tallinn, Estonia - Tapper
Apr. 23 - Riga, Latvia - Melna Piektdiena
Apr. 24 - Vilnius, Lithuania - Loftas
Apr. 25 - Warsaw, Poland - Proxima
Apr. 26 - Poznan, Poland - Blue Note
Apr. 27 - Prague, Czech Republic - Meet Factory
Apr. 28 - Zagreb, Croatia - Vintage Industrial Bar
Apr. 29 - Ljubljana, Slovenia - Kino Siska
Apr. 30 - Innsbruck, Austria - Weekender
May 01 - Milan, Italy - Alcatraz
May 03 - Audincourt, France - Le Moloco
May 04 - Leipzig, Germany - Hellraiser
May 05 - Rostock, Germany - Mau
May 06 - Regensburg, Germany - Airport Obertraubling
May 07 - Lingen, Germany - Alter Schlachthof
May 08 - Wiesbaden, Germany - Schlachthof
May 10 - Aarau, Switzerland - Kiff
May 11 -Tilburg, Netherlands - 013
May 12 - Hannover, Germany - Musikzentrum
May 13 - Karlsruhe, Germany - Substage
May 14-15 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany - Rock Hard Festival (CANNIBAL CORPSE only)

CANNIBAL CORPSE is beginning 2016 with one of the most bludgeoning death metal lineups fans will see all year. Fellow Florida death metal progenitors OBITUARY will serve as direct support, followed by Canada's CRYPTOPSY, and ABYSMAL DAWN from Los Angeles. The tour, presented by The Noise, will tear across North America beginning on February 12.

CANNIBAL CORPSE's latest album, "A Skeletal Domain", sold 8,800 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 32 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band's previous CD, "Torture", opened with 9,600 units to land at No. 38. This figure was in line with the first-week performance of 2009's "Evisceration Plague", which entered the chart at No. 66. CANNIBAL CORPSE's 2006 CD, "Kill", debuted at No. 170 after shifting more than 6,000 copies.


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