Obituary, Abbath, Midnight, Devil Master

Sun Oct 6 2019

7:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Cargo Concert Hall

255 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501

$22.50 - $125.00

All Ages

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Tickets are available locally at Recycled Records, The Melting Pot World Emporium & Smoke Shop and the Cargo box office (inside Whitney Peak).

Abbath – Meet & Greet Package
·       One general admission ticket
·       Early entry into the venue
·       Exclusive meet & greet with Abbath
·       Personal photograph with Abbath
·       Collectible Abbath mask; autographed by the band
·       Abbath embroidered patch 
·       Exclusive Abbath merchandise item
·       Official meet & greet laminate
             ·       Limited availability 

Upon switching their name from Xecutioner to Obituary, the career of one of the most successful and influential Death Metal bands began. Hailing from Florida and featuring John Tardy (vocals), brother Donald Tardy (drums), Trevor Peres (guitar), Allen West (guitar), and Daniel Tucker (bass), the band signed to Roadracer Records, a now defunct division of Roadrunner, for the recording of their debut album—the immense and immeasurably heavy “Slowly We Rot” (1989). The album was engineered by the legendary Scott Burns at Morrisound Studio, which would come to be the most sought after facility for production of albums during 1990’s rise of the Death Metal genre. Unlike much death metal preceding it, the album had a sludgy feel and integrated devastatingly slow passages along with obliterating overtures that reached far beyond any point of mayhem that metal had yet to reach; the result was a carnal pleasure for doom, death and thrash fans alike coupling the adrenaline of a speedball with the slow, degrading measures of a sewer at dusk. Like them or not, Obituary was unlike anything anyone had heard before.

Like a forgotten corpse in the basement, Obituary are back to haunt, taunt and fully pollute your senses. Fermenting like waste in the hot Florida sun, Obituary return from hiatus with the voracity of a starven wretch. The forfeiture of time brings blessings of brutality, and assurance that the Dead shall indeed rise again. Such aural abrasion can only be heard on an Obituary album or the live circumcision of a thirty-year-old man, the choice is yours...

JMax Productions
Obituary, Abbath, Midnight, Devil Master

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limit 6 per person
General Admission

$22.50
Abbath – Meet & Greet Package

$125.00

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Will Call

Terms & Conditions

Openers subject to change. Drugs and weapons will be confiscated. 10% LET included in Ticket price.
JMax Productions

Obituary, Abbath, Midnight, Devil Master

Sun Oct 6 2019 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Cargo Concert Hall Reno NV
Obituary, Abbath, Midnight, Devil Master

$22.50 - $125.00 All Ages

Tickets are available locally at Recycled Records, The Melting Pot World Emporium & Smoke Shop and the Cargo box office (inside Whitney Peak).

Abbath – Meet & Greet Package
·       One general admission ticket
·       Early entry into the venue
·       Exclusive meet & greet with Abbath
·       Personal photograph with Abbath
·       Collectible Abbath mask; autographed by the band
·       Abbath embroidered patch 
·       Exclusive Abbath merchandise item
·       Official meet & greet laminate
             ·       Limited availability 

Upon switching their name from Xecutioner to Obituary, the career of one of the most successful and influential Death Metal bands began. Hailing from Florida and featuring John Tardy (vocals), brother Donald Tardy (drums), Trevor Peres (guitar), Allen West (guitar), and Daniel Tucker (bass), the band signed to Roadracer Records, a now defunct division of Roadrunner, for the recording of their debut album—the immense and immeasurably heavy “Slowly We Rot” (1989). The album was engineered by the legendary Scott Burns at Morrisound Studio, which would come to be the most sought after facility for production of albums during 1990’s rise of the Death Metal genre. Unlike much death metal preceding it, the album had a sludgy feel and integrated devastatingly slow passages along with obliterating overtures that reached far beyond any point of mayhem that metal had yet to reach; the result was a carnal pleasure for doom, death and thrash fans alike coupling the adrenaline of a speedball with the slow, degrading measures of a sewer at dusk. Like them or not, Obituary was unlike anything anyone had heard before.

Like a forgotten corpse in the basement, Obituary are back to haunt, taunt and fully pollute your senses. Fermenting like waste in the hot Florida sun, Obituary return from hiatus with the voracity of a starven wretch. The forfeiture of time brings blessings of brutality, and assurance that the Dead shall indeed rise again. Such aural abrasion can only be heard on an Obituary album or the live circumcision of a thirty-year-old man, the choice is yours...

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

All Ages
limit 6 per person
General Admission
$22.50
Abbath – Meet & Greet Package
$125.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

Openers subject to change. Drugs and weapons will be confiscated. 10% LET included in Ticket price.