August 6, 2019 4:07 pm

Cannibal Corpse announces North American fall tour, 6 Canadian dates

(R) George 'Corpsegrinder' Fisher of the American band Cannibal Corpse performs live during a concert at the Postbahnhof on Aug. 3, 2015 in Berlin, Germany.

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Cannibal Corpse have just announced an all-new North American tour, set to sweep the continent this fall.

On Oct. 20, the death metal icons will kick off the 32-date trek in Houston, Texas, before finishing things off in Tampa, Fla.

Along the way, the Hammer Smashed Face headbangers will play six Canadian cities: Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, London, Toronto and Montreal.

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North America we are coming for you! This time with @thyartinstagram and Perdition Temple! None will be spared. Tickets on sale this Friday at 10 am local time. 10/20-Houston TX-White Oak Music Hall 10/21-Dallas TX-Gas Monkey Live 10/22-Austin TX-Come and Take it Live! 10/24-Phoenix AZ-The Pressroom 10/25-Ventura CA-Ventura Theater 10/26-Sacramento CA-Ace of Spades 10/27-Reno NV-Cargo 10/28-Boise ID-Knitting Factory 10/29-Spokane WA-Knitting Factory 10/30-Vancouver BC-The Vogue Theater 11/01-Edmonton AB-Union Hall 11/02-Calgary AB-Macewan Ballroom 11/05-Boulder CO-The Boulder Theater 11/06-Ft Collins CO-Hodi's Half Note 11/07-Kansas City MO-The Truman 11/09-Des Moines IA-Wooly’s 11/10-Belvidere IL-The Apollo AC 11/12-Joliet IL-The Forge 11/13-Detroit MI-St. Andrews Hall 11/14-London ON-London Music Hall 11/15-Toronto ON-Opera House 11/16-Montreal QC-M Telus 11/17-Burlington VT-Higher Ground 11/18-Boston MA-The Royale 11/20-Providence RI-Fete Ballroom 11/21-New Haven CT-Toad’s Place 11/22-Brooklyn NY-Warsaw 11/23-Sayerville NJ-Starland Ballroom 11/24-Philadelphia PA-The TLA 11/26-Atlanta GA-Masquerade 11/27-Tampa FL-Orpheum

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Cannibal Corpse recently wrapped up their stint with Slayer on their final tour — stopping by in Ottawa last May — but this time around, they’re playing their own headlining sets.

Metal outfits Thy Art is Murder and Perdition Temple are joining the tour as special guests and main opening acts.

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The tour comes in support of their critically-acclaimed 2017 album, Red Before Black.

Aside from Montreal, it’s been more than three years since Cannibal Corpse have played any of the newly-scheduled Canadian cities. For London, Ont., however, it’s been well over two decades.

The American band were making headlines back in December when guitarist Pat O’Brien was arrested following an extremely bizarre sequence of alleged criminal activities in his Northdale, Fla. neighbourhood.

Pat O’Brien of Cannibal Corpse performs at the Mayhem Festival at the AT&T Center on Aug. 14, 2009 in San Antonio, Tex.

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The 54-year-old faced multiple charges of aggravated assault and burglary. He was released on Dec. 14 after paying only a US$50,000 bond.

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On how the band feels about bringing O’Brien back to their ranks, frontman George “Corpsegrinder” Fischer recently spoke to Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta on The Jasta Show podcast.

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“We wish the best for him and we’re just waiting to see,” the singer concluded.

Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, Aug. 9, at 10 a.m. ET.

Additional updates and information can be found through the official Cannibal Corpse website.

Cannibal Corpse North American tour dates

** All Canadian dates have been bolded **

Oct. 20 – Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall
Oct. 21 – Dallas, Texas @ Gas Monkey Live
Oct. 22 – Austin, Texas @ Come and Take It Live
Oct. 24 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ The Pressroom
Oct. 25 – Ventura, Calif. @ The Ventura Theater
Oct. 26 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Ace of Spades
Oct. 27 – Reno, Nev. @ Cargo
Oct. 28 – Boise, Ida. @ Knitting Factory
Oct. 29 – Spokane, Wash. @ Knitting Factory
Oct. 30 – Vancouver, B.C. @ The Vogue Theatre
Nov. 1 – Edmonton, Alta. @ Union Hall
Nov. 2 – Calgary, Alta. @ MacEwan Ballroom
Nov. 5 – Boulder, Colo. @ The Boulder Theater
Nov. 6 – Fort Collins, Colo. @ Hodi’s Half Note
Nov. 7 – Omaha, N.E. @ The Waiting Room
Nov. 8 – Kansas City, Mo. @ The Truman
Nov. 9 – Des Moines, Iowa @ Wooly’s
Nov. 10 – Belvidere, Ill. @ The Apollo Theatre
Nov. 12 – Joliet, Ill. @ The Forge
Nov. 13 – Detroit, Mich. @ St. Andrews Hall
Nov. 14 – London, Ont. @ London Music Hall
Nov. 15 – Toronto, Ont. @ Opera House
Nov. 16 – Montreal, Que. @ M Telus
Nov. 17 – Burlington, Vt. @ Higher Ground
Nov. 18 – Boston, Mass. @ The Royale
Nov. 20 – Providence, R.I. @ Fete Ballroom
Nov. 21 – New Haven, Conn. @ Toad’s Place
Nov. 22 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Warsaw
Nov. 23 – Sayreville, N.J. @ Starland Ballroom
Nov. 24 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ TLA
Nov. 26 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Masquerade
Nov. 27 – Tampa, Fla. @ The Orpheum

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