Tampa’s Morbid Angel comes home to headline the Decibel Magazine tour

The tour hits Orpheum in Ybor City with Immolation and Necrot in tow.

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Erik Rutan is supposed to fill in for Pat O’Brien during a Cannibal Corpse tour, but metal fans can get a chance to hear some of his recent work in a more intimate setting when Morbid Angel brings a 2017 album, Kingdoms Disdained, to Orpheum.

That record found Rutan — who is best known for his work with Hate Eternal — joining Morbid Angel’s founding guitarist Trey Azagthoth and bassist-vocalist Steve Tucker in Mana Studios in St. Petersburg and working together to come out with what Rolling Stone described as a “cyclone of blastbeat-driven fury punctuated with Azagthoth’s signature heaving, lunging grooves and Eddie Van Halen-on-a-bad-trip solos.”

Death metal bands from Yonkers (Immolation), Denver (Blood Incantation) and Oakland (Necrot) round out the bill.

Decibel Magazine Tour 2019 w/Morbid Angel/Immolation/Necrot/Blood Incantation. Thurs. March 14, Orpheum, Ybor City. theorpheum.com.

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