EXHUMED: Legendary Goregrinders Issue Tour Update

Goregrind henchmen EXHUMED are currently pulverizing the masses on the second leg of their North American tour with Goatwhore and Havok.

Commented vocalist/guitarist Matt Harvey from the road: “We’re really chuffed to by how the second leg of our Back From The Dead And Ready To Party tour has been going. The shows have been a shitload of fun and we’re having a great time raging with the boys in Goatwhore and Havok. So if you’re anywhere near our path of destruction, dysfunction and debauchery, come out and get your sense splattered.”


EXHUMED Back From The Dead And Ready To Party North American Tour 2011
w/ Goatwhore, Havok [remaining dates]
11/08/2011 The Palladium – Worcester, MA
11/09/2011 Europa – Brooklyn, NY
11/10/2011 Championships – Trenton, NJ
11/11/2011 Mojo 13 – Wilmington, DE
11/12/2011 Sonar – Baltimore, MD
11/13/2011 The Casbah at Tremont Music Hall – Charlotte, NC
11/14/2011 Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
11/15/2011 The Brass Mug – Tampa, FL
11/16/2011 The Engine Room – Tallahassee, FL
11/17/2011 Siberia – New Orleans, LA
11/18/2011 Korova/Goregrowler’s Ball – San Antonio, TX w/ Suffocation
11/19/2011 The Juggernaut – Gallup, NM *
11/20/2011 Orpheum Theatre – Flagstaff, AZ *
* = no Goatwhore

The latest output from EXHUMED, All Guts, No Glory, marks the band’s first new record in almost eight years and offers up 11 choice cuts of grinding death metal combined the raw, blisering ferocity of their legendary Slaughtercult album with the wild ambition of 2003’s Anatomy Is Destiny. As crimson concertos such as “Dis-assembly Line,” “As Hammer To Anvil,” and “Funereality” illustrate, All Guts, No Glory is EXHUMED‘s finest moment to date.

“Everything seems more fluid and powerful, though as vicious as it all is, the focus remains on the composition and how it smacks the listener between the eyes.” – Decibel

“… fans of dripping blood, gaping autopsies, and ravenous zombies will absolutely adore this record.” – Revolver

EXHUMED are back, hungry, vicious, and unrelenting.” – Metal Underground

“There was little doubt that the return of EXHUMED would send the initiated and faithful into an absolute frenzy. The band’s pedigree and legacy are enough that longtime fans would swarm to this like flies to a corpse. What few probably expected is this album’s ability to sink into the ears of those who got into extreme music after the turn of the century….My only real bitch about All Guts, No Glory is that it blew the speakers in my truck. Worth it.” – Blabbermouth

“Guitarist Matt Harvey is the star here, but it takes a total group effort to create and maintain such a level of aggression and control. All Guts, No Glory is not only EXHUMED‘s finest moment, but probably the best metal record of the year.” — Music Emissions

“I suppose we can consider EXHUMED the ultimate melting pot of extreme metal; thereby enticing us to enjoy its spewing as the music into which it allows itself to ferment – grotesque, fast, and loud!” — The Examiner