Cannibal Corpse tear down Irving Plaza in New York City, 30 years into their career

Cannibal Corpse tore down Irving Plaza Wednesday night to celebrate the release of their newest record “Red Before Black”. After almost 30 years of being one of the biggest names in death metal, they are still grinding out insane and fresh content, which is impressive to say the least.

Supported by the always fantastic Gatecreeper (Arizona death metal) and Power Trip (Texas crossover), the moshing was ceaseless and bodies were flying. Amongst all the carnage, I spotted the youngest metal fan I’ve seen to date. Guarded by her father, a girl no more than 8 years old was enjoying the show donning a patch covered vest and headbanging away.

Cannibal Corpse have never disappointed me with a live performance and I honestly doubt they ever will.

Meghan McCabe

Meghan McCabe is a photographer based in New York City. More of her work is available at meghanameliaphoto.com.

Cannibal Corpse tear down Irving Plaza in New York City, 30 years into their career

Cannibal Corpse tore down Irving Plaza Wednesday night to celebrate the release of their newest record “Red Before Black”. After almost 30 years of being one of the biggest names in death metal, they are still grinding out insane and fresh content, which is impressive to say the least.

Supported by the always fantastic Gatecreeper (Arizona death metal) and Power Trip (Texas crossover), the moshing was ceaseless and bodies were flying. Amongst all the carnage, I spotted the youngest metal fan I’ve seen to date. Guarded by her father, a girl no more than 8 years old was enjoying the show donning a patch covered vest and headbanging away.

Cannibal Corpse have never disappointed me with a live performance and I honestly doubt they ever will.

Scroll to top