Vinyl LP pressing. Compromise is not a concept Cattle Decapitation is willing to entertain. Ever. Over the course of nineteen years and six full-lengths the San Diego quartet has more than proven this. Defining themselves as one of the most vital, brutal, and relentless forces in extreme music, with The Anthropocene Extinction they have delivered a volatile, apocalyptic beast that is as hideous as it is compelling. "I feel that something rare happens with our band in that we get better and better with each release rather than going in the opposite direction" states vocalist Travis Ryan. "As we get older we feel we have less to lose, which is freeing, and we really want to go as far out on a limb as we can without losing the extremity that has always driven us."
Vinyl LP pressing. Compromise is not a concept Cattle Decapitation is willing to entertain. Ever. Over the course of nineteen years and six full-lengths the San Diego quartet has more than proven this. Defining themselves as one of the most vital, brutal, and relentless forces in extreme music, with The Anthropocene Extinction they have delivered a volatile, apocalyptic beast that is as hideous as it is compelling. "I feel that something rare happens with our band in that we get better and better with each release rather than going in the opposite direction" states vocalist Travis Ryan. "As we get older we feel we have less to lose, which is freeing, and we really want to go as far out on a limb as we can without losing the extremity that has always driven us."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: METAL BLADE
Rel. Date: 08/21/2015
UPC: 039841539615

The Anthropocene Extinction [Vinyl]
Artist: Cattle Decapitation
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Compromise is not a concept Cattle Decapitation is willing to entertain. Ever. Over the course of nineteen years and six full-lengths the San Diego quartet has more than proven this. Defining themselves as one of the most vital, brutal, and relentless forces in extreme music, with The Anthropocene Extinction they have delivered a volatile, apocalyptic beast that is as hideous as it is compelling. "I feel that something rare happens with our band in that we get better and better with each release rather than going in the opposite direction" states vocalist Travis Ryan. "As we get older we feel we have less to lose, which is freeing, and we really want to go as far out on a limb as we can without losing the extremity that has always driven us."