You know the drill by now. This is the Thrash Hits Festival Splash Page and this is where you’ll find some of the most comprehensive photo galleries of Bloodstock Open Air 2014 that you don’t have to pay for. It’s here!
Obituary is one of the pioneering bands of the death metal genre. The band came from Tampa, Florida, and was founded as Executioner in 1985, and then changed their name to Xecutioner to avoid confusion with the other one. In 1988, shortly before the release of their first album "Slowly We Rot", they changed their name to Obituary. Obituary is considered an influential band in the Florida death metal movement that arose in the late 1980s. The 1990 Read more on Last.fm
Obituary on Thrash Hits
August 11th, 2014
Obituary are one of the greatest death metal bands of all time. If you disagree, why are you looking at our photo gallery of them at Bloodstock Open Air 2014?
August 3rd, 2014
There’s less than a week to go until the Midlands once again plays host to the UK’s biggest outdoor unabashed metal festival. Make no mistake – Bloodstock Open Air carries no caveats about being a “rock” festival. It is about being the heaviest fully-camping festival the UK has to offer, and their 2014 line-up – stuffed to the guts with death, black, and extreme metal – sets the festival apart from the larger Download and Sonisphere Festivals. That’s not a bad thing – a little variety goes a long way in the saturated UK festival market – so naturally this week’s Sunday Spotify Slaylist is all about the Bloodstock 2014 line-up.
August 20th, 2010
It’s time for another Thrash Hits festival splash page – and this time for the UK’s heaviest festival, Bloodstock Open Air. We’ll be gathering all of our Bloodstock Open Air 2010 coverage from the weekend on this here post, so make sure you bookmark it as it’s all you’re going to need.
August 16th, 2010
Despite suffering problems with their onstage monitors, Obituary came through and delivered a set that covered their career from 2009’s Darkest Day, all the way back to their 1989 debut, Slowly We Rot. You can’t say they ain’t giving the fans what they want.
June 18th, 2009
15 June 2009
by Hugh Platt
So here we are: a new record from Obituary. The Floridians have reached that stage in their career where no-one really needs a new album from them. Their first decade was one of innovation, inspiration and full-on skull-fucking death growl rage, but as they approach their twentieth year as an active concern, Obituary are sounding more than ever like a band not just settled into their own ways, but cemented into them.