Obituary Drop Their Latest Single “Dying of Everything” and Announce a European Tour


Florida death metal legends Obituary are back again today with more new music, as they officially released the second single for their next studio-length effort, Dying of Everything. The track, which shares the new album’s title, is an absolute ripper that you must check out below.

Slated for release on January 13, 2023 via Relapse Records, Dying of Everything is the band’s follow up to their 2017 self-titled effort. According to the band, this latest track manages to explore some new territory for Obituary.

“We picked the title track for the second single to give fans a taste of something a bit different than that typical Obituary style and we are excited to showcase Ken’s writing ability when he and Donald put their heads together and feel it just adds some extra flavor & spice to Dying of Everything and can’t wait for the fans to hear it!!”

You can check out the new track in the video below, or you can find it on all major streaming services. Dying of Everything will release next month via Relapse Records, though you can preorder your copy today.

And don’t forget to catch them on tour with Amon Amarth, Carcass, and Cattle Decapitation for the North America Great Heathen Tour. They’re also going on tour next year with Trivium, Malevolence, and Heaven Shall Burn in Europe. Those dates will also be listed below.

NA w/ Amon Amarth, Carcass, Cattle Decapitation

Dec 01 New York, NY Hammerstein Ballroom

Dec 02 Toronto, ON History

Dec 03 Laval, QC Place Bell

Dec 05 Madison, WI The Sylvee

Dec 06 Minneapolis, MN The Fillmore Minneapolis

Dec 07 Kansas City, MO Upton Theater

Dec 09 Denver, CO The Fillmore

Dec 10 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex

Dec 12 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo

Dec 13 Portland, OR Roseland Ballroom

Dec 15 Wheatland, CA Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Dec 16 San Diego, CA SOMA

Dec 17 Los Angeles, CA The Forum

EU 2023 w/ Heaven Shall Burn & Trivium

Jan 17 Tilburg, NL 013

Jan 18 Saarbrücken, DE Saarlandhalle

Jan 20 Dusseldorf, DE Mitsubishi Electric Halle

Jan 21 Erfurt, DE Messe

Jan 22 Prague, CZ Forum Karlin

Jan 23 Warsaw, PL Stodola

Jan 25 Helsinki, FI House of Culture

Jan 27 Stockholm, SE Fallan

Jan 28 Copenhagen, DK Amager Bio

Jan 29 Leipzig, DE Haus Auensee

Jan 31 Brussels, DE AB

Feb 01 Paris, FR

Feb 03 Bilbao, ES Santana 27

Feb 04 Lisbon, PT Sala Tejo

Feb 05 Madrid, ES La Riviera

Feb 07 Barcelona, ES Razzmatazz

Feb 08 Lyon, FR Le Transbordeur

Feb 10 Ludwigsburg, DE MHP Arena

Feb 11 Hamburg, DE Sporthalle

Feb 12 Berlin, DE Verti Music Hall

Feb 14 Budapest, HU Barba Negra

Feb 15 Vienna, AT Gasometer

Feb 17 Munich, DE Zenith

Feb 18 Zurich, CH Samsung Hall

Feb 19 Milano, IT Alcatraz

Feb 20 Frankfurt, DE Jarhunderthalle 

Feb 23 London, UK Electric Ballroom (Obituary Headline Set)

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