Gorguts to Play ‘Obscura’ and ‘Considered Dead’ Material at First Show in 6 Years


The secret set on Decibel Magazine’s Decibel Metal & Beer Fest: Philly 2023 has been revealed to be none other than Canadian death metal legends Gorguts performing exclusively songs from their landmark third album Obscura and debut album, Considered Dead. It will be their first show in nearly six years.

Gorguts main man Luc Lemay had this to say about the announcement:

“Dear fans, I just wanna say that we are super stoked to be a part of Decibel’s Metal & Beer Fest! It’s a special moment for the band returning to the stage after a hiatus, so and we decided to craft for you a set of songs that haven’t been performed live in over 25 years.”

The rest of the lineup includes performances from Suicidal Tendencies (debut album set), The Black Dahlia Murder‘s return to the east coast with new singer Brian Eschbach, Eyehategod performing Take As Needed for Pain in its entirety, Incantation playing Diabolical Conquest in its entirety and more.

Ticket options with and without beer tasting are available now.

FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 2023
The Black Dahlia Murder
Gorguts (performing a special Obscura & Considered Dead set)
Frozen Soul

Suicidal Tendencies (performing the hits and a special Suicidal Tendencies full-album set)
Eyehategod (performing a special Take as Needed for Pain full-album set)
Incantation (performing a special Diabolical Conquest full-album set)
All Out War
Fuming Mouth
Escuela Grind

“Just Metal” Ticket (21+)

Admittance to the day’s event, but as the name suggests, you just get to see the show—no beer samples (You can still buy select beers a la carte if you’re 21+).

“Metal & Beer” Ticket (21+)

Admittance to the day’s event plus unlimited* sampling from our diverse lineup of national breweries presented by 3 Floyds. Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Philly 2023 sampling cups provided. Limited to 650 tickets per day*Please note: In extremely extreme cases, certain high-ABV pours will be ticketed, with attendees receiving a limited number of tickets available to redeem for each offering.

Gorguts to Play ‘Obscura’ and ‘Considered Dead’ Material at First Show in 6 Years
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