OBITUARY Demo New Material
Reunited death metal legends OBITUARY have posted several recent studio shots at this location. "We went into the studio for a couple of reasons," explains OBITUARY singer John Tardy. "One: To try out RedRoom Recoring Studio in Ybor City, FL to see what kind of sound we get. Two: To try out Donald's [Tardy] new Yamaha drum set and variety of Yamaha snare drums. Three: To try out a variety of Sabian cymbals. Four: To get a feel of the new material. We worked with Mark Prator who was involved in many other OBITUARY recordings through the years."
In other OBITUARY news, guitarist Trevor Peres will be taking part in a live web chat tonight (Oct. 4) at 9:00 p.m. EST at this location.
OBITUARY will be embarking on a European tour with MASTER and VISCERAL BLEEDING beginning on October 8 in Eindhoven. Netherlands. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates is available at this location.
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