Obituary

Obituary

Obituary is one of the pioneering bands of the death metal genre. The band came from Tampa, Florida, and was founded as Executioner in 1985, and then changed their name to Xecutioner to avoid confusion with the other one. In 1988, shortly before the release of their first album "Slowly We Rot", they changed their name to Obituary. Obituary still remain an influential band in the Florida death metal movement that arose in the late 1980s. The 1990 release "Cause of Death" featured James Murphy on guitar (Cancer and Disincarnate) replacing Allen West for unknown reasons.

Vintage Magazines with Obituary

Screamer Magazine December 1992

Screamer Magazine December 1992
Issue: December 1992. Featuring: Extreme. Also Included Bonham, Great White, Kik Tracee, Ministry, Spread Eagle, Trixter, Trouble, Helmet, Unleashed, Malevolent Creation and Much More.

Screamer Magazine September 1992

Screamer Magazine September 1992
Issue: September 1992. Featuring: Slaughter. Also Included Babylon AD, Black Sabbath, Faster Pussycat, House of Lords, Iron Maiden, Killer Dwarfs, King's X, L7, Little Caesar, Lynch Mob, Soundgarden, Pantera, Body Count, Cro-Mags, White Zombie and Much More.

Screamer Magazine August 1992

Screamer Magazine August 1992
Issue: August 1992. Featuring: Def Leppard. Also Included Electric Boys, Electric Love Hogs, Kiss, LA Guns, Love/Hate, Roxy Blue, Slamming Gladys, Slaughter, Tora Tora, Ugly Kid Joe, Unruly Child, Wolfsbane and Much More

Screamer Magazine January 1992

Screamer Magazine January 1992
Issue: January 1992. Featuring: Tesla. Also Included The Almighty, Bangalore Choir, Big House, Britny Fox, Bullet LaVolta, Fishbone, Grave, Primus, Queensryche, Savatage, Scatterbrain, Smashing Pumpkins, Tall Stories and Much More.

Screamer Magazine October 1989

Screamer Magazine October 1989
Issue: October 1989. Featuring: LA Guns. Also Included Winger, Mr. Big, Tora Tora, Dangerous Toys, Vain, MSG, Sea Hags, Loudness, Dirty Looks, Killer Dwarfs, Cats in Boots, Kings X, D.A.D.S, Nuclear Assault, Annihilator, Queir Boys, Steve Stevens Atomic Playboys and Much More

Articles with Obituary

OBITUARY Share “Intoxicated” Live Song Premiere (listen)

Death metal legends OBITUARY have shared a new live song from their forthcoming new release Ten Thousand Ways To Die. “Intoxicated” (off the classic Slowly We Rot) was recorded live at Revolution Center in Boise, ID and has just premiered via Loudwire. Stream the live version of “Intoxicated” now at this location.  You can also listen to the new single “Loathe”… Read more »


VOIVOD TOURING EUROPE AS PART OF THE “DEATHCRUSHER 2015″ PACKAGE; NEW 7” EP IN THE WORKS!

Following their acclaimed return to European stages in May, Canadian progressive metal pioneers VOIVOD are confirmed to return to Europe in October as part of the heavyweight “Deathcrusher 2015” tour alongside CARCASS, OBITUARY, HEROD, and label mates NAPALM DEATH. VOIVOD’s drummer Michel “Away” Langevin checked in with the following comment about the upcoming tour: “We are proud… Read more »


OBITUARY Premieres New Song On Metal Sucks! Announce European Tour

Death metal legends OBITUARY make their Relapse debut with Inked In Blood, their 9th full length LP. Inked in Blood will be released October 28th in North America (UK/World October 27th and Germany/Benelux/Finland on October 24th) via Relapse Records. Almost three decades in, Inked In Blood stands out as one of the finest moments in… Read more »


Screamer Magazine December 1992

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Screamer Magazine September 1992

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Screamer Magazine August 1992

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Screamer Magazine January 1992

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Screamer Magazine October 1989

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