OBITUARY Ready To 'Kick The Sh.t Out Of The Brits'

To put the U.K. at ease with regards to their upcoming appearance in London and the cancellation of their scheduled Jan. 8, 2006 performance at the Mean Fiddler in over "immigration issues," legendary death metallers OBITUARY have sent an e-mail to the folks at Arcane Promotions to let everyone know that the work permits that were arranged for them have arrived so they will have no problem in gaining entry to the U.K. this time. "We got our work permits so now it's legal for us to kick the shit out of the Brits on June 11!" bassist Frank Watkins wrote.

OBITUARY are continuing to tour in support of their latest CD, "Frozen in Time", which was released in July 2005 via Roadrunner Records. The group's first collection of new songs since 1997's "Back from the Dead" was self-produced by the band, with Mark Prator and Scott Burns engineering, and was mastered by Tom Morris at Morrisound. The band recently completed a U.S. trek with SADUS and DEAD TO FALL.


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