On Tuesday, October begins. If it’s been warm, that may soon change, but in the meantime, why not spend Tuesday night doing something really rocking? For the mere price of your soul (and the ticket fee), you can roll on down to Sunshine Theater (120 Central Ave. SW) on Tuesday, Oct. 1 for a hellaciously humbling hoedown presented to hesher-headed Burqueños by none other than death metal provocateurs Obituary. They’ll be sharing the headlining duties with black metal maestros Abbath, an outfit that really does come from Norway—which is the land of the midnight sun or something like that, but actually very cold and dark in the winter. Obituary is from the Sunshine state, but their oeuvre is still stone cold, including forever damned hits like “Splattered,” “Violent Dreams” and my favorite, “Redneck Stomp.” Not to be outdone, Abbath has tunes like “Ocean of Wounds” and “Bridge of Spasms” to help set listeners on a rousing reverie that might just be their last before eternal damnation strikes and all those heshers and headbangers have to drag their arses to work the next morning at FedEx or Golden Pride or the mayor’s office. Midnight and Devil Master open. This one, in other words, will be a rager. Epic, dude, just epic. 7pm • $22-$125 • All-ages (13+).