OBITUARY have released a new spatial audio version of their 2023 critically acclaimed album, Dying of Everything. The album, available as a new Dolby Atmos mix, is streaming everywhere that supports spatial audio and compatible devices including Apple Music, Tidal & Amazon Music.
In a new step forward for unforgiving death metal, Dying of Everything‘s spatial audio mix allows for more immersion, providing an advanced surround sound experience.
Regarding the new mix, which was developed at Morrisound by Tom and Jim Morris, OBITUARY comment: “We were so excited to get the call and have the opportunity to go back to Morrisound and work with Tom and Jim Morris for these mixes, and very proud that we are one of the first metal bands to offer this modern technology to our fans with Dying of Everything. It’s hard to even describe the Atmos mixes of the new album. It’s really just something you have to experience for yourself to understand the technology and the amazing, epic sound it gives the songs. This is new technology that we know not everybody has access to but it is something we are super excited about and hope that fans are able to check it out and enjoy it. It is unbelievable!”
Dying of Everything is out now on LP/CD/CS/Digital here: https://orcd.co/obituary-dyingofeverything
OBITUARY begin their Spring North America tour on 28th April; support will be provided by Immolation, Blood Incantation and Ingrown.
Additionally, OBITUARY have announced their Barely-A-Live-Stream, taking place in the band’s RedNeckStudio on 22nd and 23rd April The band will be performing fan-favourites from their historic discography on 22nd April and performing their new album Dying of Everything in full on 23rd April. Tickets available here: https://obituarylive.com
- Barely Alive
- The Wrong Time
- Without a Conscience
- Dying of Everything
- My Will To Live
- By the Dawn
- Weaponize the Hate
- Torn Apart
- Be Warned
John Tardy – Vocals
Donald Tardy – Drums
Trevor Peres – Rhythm Guitar
Terry Butler – Bass Guitar
Ken Andrews – Lead Guitar
“Obituary‘s strongest album in 30 years” – Metal Hammer UK
“Obituary once again show us how this death metal thing is done” – Kerrang!