OBITUARY: Video Promoting Upcoming Pay-Per-View Live Event Posted Online

Legendary Florida death metal behemoths OBITUARY, in cooperation with Unation.com, will offer up a pay-per-view live stream this weekend! Set to take place Saturday, June 8 at 8:30 EST at The Orpheum in their hometown of Tampa, Florida, the show will feature a mammoth all-classics setlist and include professional multi-camera footage and sound of the band onstage.

The cost for viewing is $4.99. In addition to the stream, participants will also be given a chance to win a pair of all access passes to the next OBITUARY show in their area. The band will be picking a new winner daily for up to 30 days so get your tickets and become a subscriber today.

Comments the band in a collective statement: “We couldn’t be more excited about streaming live from Florida. The band just performed this classic set list on every corner of the planet, so for us to have the chance to come back and play a hometown show and stream it live for the world to watch is amazing. We will be performing songs only off the first three albums! We are celebrating 25 years since the release of ‘Slowly We Rot’ and we want you to be a part of it with us, so we are giving away VIP passes to your next OBITUARY show!”

A video message from OBITUARY can be seen below.

OBITUARY 2013 is:

John Tardy – Vocals
Trevor Peres – Guitar
Donald Tardy – Drums
Terry Butler – Bass
Kenny Andrews – Guitar

OBITUARY is currently writing and recording material for a new studio album, tentatively due in early 2014 via an as-yet-undetermined record label.

Guitarist Ralph Santolla, who joined OBITUARY in 2007 as the replacement for Allen West, has not played any shows with the group since 2011.

OBITUARY‘s next album will be the follow-up to the “Darkest Day” full-length CD, released in 2009 via Candlelight Records.

“Darkest Day” landed at position No. 32 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.

 

 

 

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