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Obituary Limited Edition Of "Xecutioner's Return" To Include Extra Track And Poster

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Obituary have posted the cover artwork for their forthcoming album, "Xecutioner's Return", which was was mixed at Redroom Recorders and was mastered last month at Morrisound Studios in Tampa. The band once again worked with artist Andreas Marschall, who has previously created the art for "The End Complete" and the group's most recent record, "Frozen in Time". A Limited Edition version of the album will contain an additional Track not available on the regular release, and a special poster. You can purchase it here.

According to a recent update by vocalist John Tardy, "All is going good. We have been busy putting one last song together for a limited-edition release of [the new Obituary album] 'Xecutioner's Return'. Along with the newest song, it will have special packaging and a poster included! We have also been working out our set list for the U.S. tour so we have been busy!"

A fan-filmed video footage of Obituary performing the song "Find the Arise" on 5th July, 2007 at the Underworld in London, England has been posted on YouTube.

Obituary will team up with Alabama Thunderpussy, Full Blown Chaos and Hemlock for a North American tour in September/October, and then continue on with long-running German thrashers Holy Moses for a European tour in January 2008. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.

Obituary Perform "Find the Arise" July 5 @ Underworld in London

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