CANNIBAL CORPSE Drummer PAUL MAZURKIEWICZ To Make Stand-Up Comedy Debut This Saturday

March 25, 2024, 4 weeks ago

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CANNIBAL CORPSE Drummer PAUL MAZURKIEWICZ To Make Stand-Up Comedy Debut This Saturday

Cannibal Corpse, drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz, is set to make his stand-up comedy debut this Saturday, March 30, at The Commodore in Ybor City, Florida.

An event description reads: Death metal meets alternative comedy in this one-of-a-kind show! Paul Mazurkiewicz, drummer and founding member of Cannibal Corpse, shares stories from his incredible career that inspire comedy from Tampa's best improv comedians.

Get tickets for Paul's stand-up debut here.

Cannibal Corpse, will return to European soil this fall on a month-long headlining tour. The journey begins September 20 in Oberhausen, Germany and runs through October 20 in Frankfurt, Germany. Support will be provided by Municipal Waste, Immolation, and Schizophrenia.

Comments Cannibal Corpse bassist Alex Webster, "We've played some festivals with Municipal Waste in the past but we've never done a full tour with them, so we're really excited that it's finally happening. And of course, we've done a lot of touring with our friends Immolation over the years; we're always ready to hit the road with them again- they're one of our favorite bands, both personally and musically. It'll be an intense night of death and thrash metal, and Schizophrenia's blend of those genres should be a perfect way to kick things off. We can't wait for this one, see you this fall!"

Tickets for the tour go on sale Thursday, March 28 at 12 noon, CET at cannibalcorpse.net.

Dates:

September
20 - Turbinenhalle 2 - Oberhausen, Germany
21 - Doornrosje - Nijmegen, Netherlands
22 - Rockhal - Esch-Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
23 - Elysee Montmartre - Paris, France
25 - Beacon - Bristol, UK
26 - Barrowlands - Glasgow, UK
27 - O2 Victoria Warehouse - Manchester, UK
28 - O2 Academy - Birmingham, UK
29 - Roundhouse - London, UK

October
1 - Halle O2 - Heidelberg, Germany
2 - Grosse Freiheit 36 - Hamburg, Germany
3 - Amager Bio - Copenhagen, Denmark
4 - Klubben - Stockholm, Sweden
5 - Rockefeller - Oslo, Norway
6 - Tradgarn - Gothenburg, Sweden
8 - Astra - Berlin, Germany
9 - A2 - Wroclaw, Poland
11 - Barba Negra - Budapest, Hungary
12 - Vienna Metal Meeting - Vienna, Austria
13 - Kino Siska - Ljubljana, Slovenia
15 - Alcatraz - Milan, Italy
17 - Komplex 457 - Zurich, Switzerland
18 - Felsenkeller - Leipzig, Germany
19 - Music Hall - Geiselwind, Germany
20 - Batschkapp - Frankfurt, Germany

This April, Cannibal Corpse will join labelmates Amon Amarth on the Metal Crushes All Tour. The journey runs from April 21 through May 25 and includes performances at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver as well as arena stops in Portland, Vancouver, Quebec City, Asheville, Tampa, and Anaheim. Additional support will be provided by Obituary and Frozen Soul.

Dates:

April
21 - Revel Entertainment Center - Albuquerque, NM
22 - Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Denver, CO
24 - The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
26 - Alaska Airlines' Theater Of The Clouds - Portland, OR  *
27 - PNE Forum - Vancouver, BC  *
29 - Edmonton Convention Center - Edmonton, AB
30 - Grey Eagle Event Center - Calgary, AB

May
3 - Steelhouse - Omaha, NE
4 - The Sylvee - Madison, WI
5 - GLC Live At 20 Monroe - Grand Rapids, MI
7 - Rose Music Center At The Heights - Huber Heights, OH
9 - The Wellmont - Montclair, NJ
10 - Toyota Oakdale Theater - Wallingford, CT
11 - Videotron Centre - Quebec City, QC  *
13 - The Fillmore Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA
14 - The Fillmore Silver Spring - Silver Spring, MD
16 - ExploreAsheville.com Arena - Asheville, NC  *
17 - House Of Blues - Myrtle Beach, SC
18 - Yuengling Center - Tampa, FL *
20 - Bayou Music Center - Houston, TX
21 - Boeing Center At Tech Port - San Antonio, TX
23 - Arizona Financial Theatre - Phoenix, AZ
24 - Pearl Concert Theater At Palms Casino Resort - Las Vegas, NV
25 - Honda Center - Anaheim, CA *

*  arena show



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