Obituary tickets

Obituary Tickets

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Saturday 3rd November 2018

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Monday 5th November 2018

Recently announced: Supporting Slayer Plus Lamb of God, Anthrax & Obituary Arena Birmingham, Birmingham

Wednesday 7th November 2018

Recently announced: Supporting Slayer Plus Lamb of God, Anthrax & Obituary Manchester Arena, Manchester

Friday 9th November 2018

Recently announced: Supporting Slayer Plus Lamb of God, Anthrax & Obituary Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Saturday 10th November 2018

Recently announced: Supporting Slayer Plus Lamb of God, Anthrax & Obituary The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Monday 12th November 2018
Obituary Fan Reviews (5) 4.4
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"obituary @ ulu"
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Obituary, ULU Live - London, London - 10th March 2018

Great performance by the band, only problem was the queue for the toilets- only 4people at one time!

Posted anonymously on 11/03/2018

"Best gig in years."
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Obituary, ULU Live - London, London - 10th March 2018

Great intimate venue and a top notch performance by all three bands.

Posted by Joe s on 11/03/2018

"Obituary"
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Obituary, ULU Live - London, London - 10th March 2018

Obituary sounded awesome very impressive

Posted by WarHead on 11/03/2018

"Could be better"
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Obituary, Manchester Club Academy, Manchester - 8th March 2018

Two line up bands really good, especially Exmortus which I didn’t heard before
Obituary- technically really good but every two songs they made the breaks- weird pauses which none of the other bands made.
Maybe it’s old age???
Never mind, still enjoyed it

Posted by Bartosz b on 09/03/2018

"Great old school death metal"
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Obituary, Rescue Rooms, Nottingham - 6th March 2018

Seen them for the 5th time and they blow me away every time. Was an absolutely amazing gig

Posted by Bradley on 07/03/2018

Obituary are one of the very pioneers of Death Metal and continue to be the most successful band in their field. Today, Obituary is comprised of drummer Donald Tardy, his brother John Tardy on vocals, lead guitarist Kenny Andrews, rhythm guitarist Trevor Peres and Terry Butler on bass.

This year sees the release of their brand new eponymously titled album which they show case at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms, O2 Institute2 Birmingham and ULU Live - London during March 2018.

As the word spreads the excitement builds resulting in a huge demand for Obituary tickets. We really do recommend booking early as they will sell very quickly. Fortunately, selecting and making your gig ticket booking is made easy with Gigantic as you can access the site 24/7 using your tablet, computer or smartphone whilst in the comfort of your home or whilst busy on the go.

Also, be sure to set a personal reminder with Gigantic so we can alert you directly with a text message or an email when they become available at 10:00 on Friday 1st of December 2017.




The band started out working under the name Executioner at Seffner, Florida, during 1984 before discovering that the name was already taken and becoming Xecutioner. Over the first three years they released demos before making their debut on vinyl with the tracks Find The Arise and Like The Dead on the Raging Death compilation album.

Shortly before the release of their first album Slowly We Rot in 1989 they changed their name to the now familiar name of Obituary. The record may have been recorded in standard E tuning but was still incredibly bass heavy - probably the heaviest of the band’s career. The record also revealed their talent for incredibly skilful solos and John’s unique guttural vocal style.

They emerged into the nineties with a maturity that reflected in the records Cause Of Death, The End Complete and World Demise. However, by the 1997 release of the album Back From The Dead the band began to tire of touring and disbanded.

In 2003 they reformed and signed to Candlelight Records under which they released Frozen In Time, Xecutioner’s Return and Darkest Day.

Their latest album was funded by a highly successful Kickstarter campaign and is titled Slowly We Rot. Recorded in their own studio, it was an amazing DIY triumph and was their first album to chart on the Billboard 200.

We are really excited to be able to offer you Obituary concert tickets, but as we only have limited supplies you really will have to act fast and book before they are all snatched up. Gigantic has a well-earned reputation for being the best place to choose from a wide range of essential gig tickets and providing excellent customer service, and so we have been bestowed the Nottingham Post illustrious ‘Retail Business of the Year 2017’. So, you know we are the right place to come whenever you are booking your big night out.


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