On June 30th, the same day the Dokk’em Open Air festival at Spriens Raard in Dokkum, Netherlands took place, OBITUARY guitarist Trevor Peres revealed to Metal Blast the band has been working on a three-song EP, which is to be followed by their next full-length.
We’re actually… Before this tour, we started recording an EP. We were hoping to be finished recording before this tour, but a bunch of different personal things happened and we just didn’t have time to finish it. But I’ve got all the guitar scratch tracks done and Donald started doing scratch drum tracks. But when we get home from this, in one or two weeks we finish recording. It’s like three new songs; it’s an EP we’re gonna do. We’re actually gonna do a seven-inch picture disc — no CDs at all; just picture disc only. But then you [will be able to] download it from iTunes or Google Music and stuff. But then we’ve got another 10 songs we’re gonna record after that. So, hopefully, by the end of the year — January, maybe — [there will be] a brand new full-length album.