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For almost three decades, the US/French Canadian-based melodic death metal syndicate Kataklysm has delivered unapologetic waves of powerful sound across the entire globe.

The band’s fifteenth full-length studio album, “Goliath”, was released last August via Nuclear Blast Records. Today, the band releases the music video for the title track.

Kataklysm’s Maurizio Iacono states:

“As we enter a new year we cannot forget about the struggles the world is in and the darkness that engulfs it, however as the story tells of ancient bravery. No enemy is too big and no enemy is too strong … we are living through a modern-day Davis vs Goliath situation, it’s time to rise up together and bond that energy as one against the machine! Enjoy this video we shot for the title track GOLIATH as we prepare to embark on a world mission in the name of metal and freedom!”

Watch the music video for ‘Goliath’ directed and edited by Chris Kells Productions, here: 


This spring, Death Metal fans will be treated to an epic night of music on the “Cancer Culture Over North America 2024” tour. Kataklysm will be direct support to labelmates Decapitated and Septicflesh on their 30-day co-billing trek. The tour will commence on April 16th in Santa Ana and will make stops in Atlanta, Toronto, and Minneapolis before concluding in Los Angeles on May 19th. Joining the bands as openers are technical melodic death metal band Allegaeon.

Confirmed dates for Kataklysm as direct support to Decapitated and Septicflesh co-billing “Cancer Culture Over North America 2024” tour with openers Allegaeon are:
04/16 U.S. Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory Apr-
04/17 U.S. Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater
04/18 U.S. Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
04/19 U.S. Dallas, TX – Granada Theater
04/20 U.S. Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
04/21 U.S. Austin, TX – Come and Take it Live
04/23 U.S. Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
04/24 U.S. Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (Hell)
04/25 U.S. Greensboro, NC – Hangar 1819
04/26 U.S. Wilmington, DE – The Queen
04/27 U.S. Hartford, CT – The Webster
04/28 U.S. Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw
04/29 U.S. Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
05/01 CAN Quebec City, QC – Imperial Bell
05/02 CAN Montreal, QC – Beanfield Theater
05/03 CAN Toronto, ON – The Phoenix
05/04 U.S. Pittsburgh, PA – Preserving Underground
05/05 U.S. Fort Wayne, IN – Piere’s Entertainment Center
05/06 U.S. Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall
05/07 U.S. Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall
05/08 U.S. Joliet, IL – The Forge
05/10 U.S. Minneapolis, MN – Green Room
05/11 CAN Winnipeg, MB – Park Theater
05/12 CAN Saskatoon, SK – Louis (USSU)
05/13 CAN Edmonton, AB – The Starlite Room
05/14 CAN Calgary, AB – The Back Alley
05/16 CAN Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theater
05/17 U.S. Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
05/18 CAN San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge
05/19 U.S. Los Angeles, CA – 1720

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