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Obituary Announce Dates For First Ever Australian Tour

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The promoters who recently brought thrash legends Testament down under, MW Entertainment Pty Ltd, have once again outdone themselves with the official statement: "We are proud to announce that Florida Death Metal legends Obituary are heading our way finally after twenty years."

The dates for the tour, tickets for which are now on sale, are:

15 May, Sydney, The Manning Bar
Supported by Picture The End and The Day Everything Became Nothing

16 May Melbourne, The Prince
Supported by Alarum and Darkest Dawn

18 May Brisbane, Club Phoenix
Supported by Picture The End and The Dead

19 May Perth, Club Capital
Details TBA

Source: The Metal Forge

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1. psythe writes:

Heaps good! If they can do it, ain't no reason none of the other big name acts can't. Bring 'em on!

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2. poisonprophet13 writes:

I would give both you're arms to see these guys LIVE!

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3. poisonprophet13 writes:

both your arms ...

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4. Death_Walking_Terror writes:

i wish i lived in australia right now

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