New OBITUARY Album Tentatively Due In June

Roadrunner Records U.K. has set a tentative June 2005 release date for the new OBITUARY album, according to a posting on the label's web site.

OBITUARY will enter Red Room studios in Tampa, Florida on February 17 to begin recording their new CD. Red Room is a ProTools studio owned by Mark Prator — the very same Mark Prator that has been the group's engineer since the early 1990s and who is currently playing drums for SEBASTIAN BACH.

Plans at the moment include the band self-producing with Mark engineering. The mixing of the album is still being decided.

The band's as-yet-untitled new CD will mark their first collection of new songs since 1997's "Back From the Dead".


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