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Ten Torments of the Damned

Album: ''Ten Torments of the Damned'' (1997 Demo)
1. Priest of Ass
2. The Axe Will Fall
3. Mad Cow Conspiracy
4. Parasitic Infestation
5. Projectile Vomit
6. Flesheating Disease
7. Species of Feces
8. Bodysnatcher
9. Christ on crack
10. Nightcrawler

Human Jerky

Album: ''Human Jerky'' (1999 EP)
1. Cloned For Carrion
2. Parasitic Infestation (Extracted Pus, Mistaken For Yogurt, And Gargled)
3. Unclogged And Ready For Spewage
4. Gestation Of Smegma
5. Mute Rain
6. Flesh-Eating Disease (Flu-Like Symptoms Of E-Coli With Complete Digestive Shutdown)
7. The Decapitation Of Cattle
8. Constipation Camp
9. Intro To Carnage
10. Cream Of The Crop
11. Mad Cow Conspiracy (Bloated Bovine-Home To Flies And Anthrax Spores)
12. Veal And The Cult Of Torture
13. Stench From The Dumpster
14. Body Snatcher (Viscrea Intact-Ripe For Devourment)
15. Roadkill Removal Technician
16. Bovine, Swine, And Human-Rinds
17. Bludgeoned, Beaten, And Barbequed
18. Colon-Blo {Plus Hidden Track}


Album: ''¡Decapitacion!'' (2000 Single)
1. Tripas De Pepe
2. Vino De Lo Sanguifero
3. Queso De Cabeza

To Serve Man

Album: ''To Serve Man'' (2002)
1. Testicular Manslaughter
2. I Eat Your Skin
3. Writhe In Putressence
4. Land Of The Severed Meatus
5. The Regurgitation Of Corpses
6. Everyone Deserves To Die
7. To Serve Man
8. Colonic Villus Biopsy Performed On The Gastro-Intestinally Incapable
9. Pedeadstrians
10. Long-Pig Chef And The Hairless Goat
11. Hypogastric Combustion By C-4 Plastique
12. Deadmeal
13. Chunk Blower


Album: ''Humanure'' (2004)
1. Scatology Domine (intro)
2. Humanure
3. Reduced To Paste
4. Bukkake Tsunami
5. Cloacula: The Anthropophagic Copromantik
6. Chummified
7. Applied Human Defragmentation
8. The Earthling
9. Polyps
10. Lips & Assholes
11. Men Before Swine (outro)

Cattle Decapitation/Caninus Split

Album: ''Cattle Decapitation/Caninus Split'' (2005 Split album)
1. Birth. Cancer. Death
2. No Future
3. Chili Dispenser
4. The Recapitation Of Cattle
5. Thrombosis All-In
6. Turn On The Masters

Karma. Bloody. Karma

Album: ''Karma. Bloody. Karma'' (2006)
1. Intro
2. Unintelligent Design
3. Success Is (Hanging by the Neck)
4. One Thousand Times Decapitation
5. The Carcass Derrick
6. Total Gore?
7. Bereavement
8. Suspended in Coprolite
9. Alone at the Landfill
10. Karma. Bloody. Karma.
11. The New Dawn
12. Of Human Pride & Flatulence


Album: ''Homovore'' (EP EP)
1. Mauled
2. Joined At The Ass
3. Open Human Head Experiments With Bleach Laquer and Epoxy
4. Diarrhea Of The Mouth
5. Headcheese
6. Colostomy Jigsaw Puzzle
7. Pepe's Trepes
8. Release The Gimp
9. The Roadside Dead (Detrunked Stumpification Through Roadrash)
10. Carnal Fecophelia Due To Prolonged Exposure To Methane
11. Icepick Gag Reflex
12. Bathing In A Grease Disposal Unit
13. Molested / Digested
14. Wine Of The Sanguine
15. Ride 'em Cowboy
16. Human Jerky And The Active Cultures

cattle decapitation


Over the span of a decade, Cattle Decapitation has forged its not-so-humble beginnings in gore-grind into one of extreme metal's most relentless forces, encompassing a sound as schizophrenic as their record collections but with a determined lyrical stance resolutely damning the ills of humanity.

After a couple early line-up shifts, “Human Jerky,” Cattle Decapitation's first full-length, was released in 1999 as LP-only by Nevada label Satan's Pimp. The album featured the bass-less trio of Travis Ryan on vocals, Gabe Serbian on guitar and Dave Astor on drums. Serbian and Astor split duties with the ubiquitous arty-grind act The Locust. “Human Jerky” as well as 2000's “Homovore” (released by San Diego's Three One G label) showcased Ryan's obsessively gore-oriented musings laced within his pro-vegetarian/anti-human posture. In keeping with the spirit of the genre as well as the lyrical urgency, the 90's trio was additionally known for its ultra-short songs and unforgettable live performances (Ryan was known to occasionally perform in a mask sewn
of beef jerky). The band procured Venezuelan installation artist Nelson Garrido's arranged pieces of deceased livestock for two unmistakable album covers.

The early twenty-first century brought about a slew of changes in personnel and increased sonic brutality. Shortly after the release of Homovore, Troy Oftedal filled the formerly-vacant bass slot. Josh Elmore (previously of notorious humor-grind act 7000 Dying Rats) was brought into the fold on second guitar only to take on sole duties after Serbian's departure to focus on The Locust. The revised line-up carved their debut for Metal Blade with 2002's “To Serve Man,” a coalescence of brutal grind and death metal with an increased spotlight on Elmore's arrival. After months of touring in support of the album, the band parted ways with longtime drummer Dave Astor and swiftly brought aboard good friend Michael Laughlin, formerly of San Francisco's tech-grinders Creation is
Crucifixion. With Laughlin instantly adding an increased rhythmic dynamic to the group, the relentless tour cycle was resumed straight up to the release of 2004's “Humanure.” The album offered a beefed-up production, an evolved song craft and artwork that perfectly depicted the ultimate revenge on humanity, a cow excreting human remains (resulting “Humanure” as their most-banned album domestically as well as overseas). The band's experimental leaning on this record reared its head in the form of a ten-minute long track constructed almost entirely of slaughterhouse field recordings.

Between more tours Cattle Decapitation recorded 2005's split 7” shared with the canine-fronted grindcore oddity Caninus. This material saw a return-to-form in terms of song lengths but introduced an increasingly-diverse range of extreme metal. This has laid the framework for 2006's full-length, “Karma.Bloody.Karma.” In Ryan's words, “This will be
the most nihilistic, pessimistic and hateful record we’ve ever done lyrically. Musically, imagine the Caninus split material, just longer in every way.” The album features guest appearances by Joey Karam (The Locust) and John Wiese (Sunn0))),Bastard Noise) and
production by Billy Anderson (Swans, Mr. Bungle, Melvins). Since the recording, Laughlin has parted company and J.R. “Kid Gnarly” Daniels of Tampa, Florida's Unholy Ghost has stepped in to fill drum duties. Since then however, Laughlin has come back.

Death Metal/Grindcore

MIsanthropy, Gore, Diseases

United States of America (San Diego, CA), formed in 1996

Metal Blade Records


Travis Ryan - Vocals (also in 5/5/2000, UUM, ex-Anal Flatulence, ex-drums for Strangulation (US))
Josh Elmore - Guitar (ex-7000 Dying Rats, My Lai)
Troy Oftedal - Bass (DisreantiyouthhellchristbastardassmanX, UUM)
Michael Laughlin - Drums (Creation is Crucifixion)

Gabe Serbian (drums for The Locust)
Scott Miller - also Vocals (Pro-Death)
Kevin ``Fetus`` Bernier (Watch Me Burn, Fetus Eaters, Deadfood)


Dave Astor (1996-2003) (ex-The Locust, Pathology (US), ex-Parasitic)
J.R. Daniels (ex-Royal Anguish, ex-Dark Prophecy (US), ex-Trial by Stone, Angelcorpse)
Kevin Talley (Dååth, ex-The Red Chord (Live Drums), Soils of Fate, ex-Misery Index, ex-Decrepit Birth, ex-Dying Fetus ex-M.O.D., ex-Chimaira, Hate Eternal (Session Live), ex-Dark Days)


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