Florida-based death metallers OBITUARY have issued the following update:"We have been doing a lot of travelling to make these [European] shows, but we are having a blast. It was great to finally get to Serbia for the fist time and have a awesome show. DESTRUCTION and TESTAMENT, who are both good friends, were also playing so it was good to see and hang out with them. It has been a while since we played in Greece, so it was also good to get back here. Last night in Athens was a sick show and we thank all of you for coming out. Today we have our second show in Greece and we are here and ready to go!!!" Check out photos at this location. OBITUARY's latest album, "Xecutioner's Return", was released last summer via Candlelight Records. The CD was mixed at Redroom Recorders and was mastered in June at Morrisound Studios in Tampa. The band once again worked with artist Andreas Marschall, who has previously created the art for "The End Complete" and the group's last record, "Frozen in Time". Watch footage of OBITUARY performing in Ecuador April 2008:
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