Jus Oborn
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Jus Oborn
Jus Oborn
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Jus Oborn performing with Electric Wizard at Hole in the Sky festival in 2008
Background information
Justin Oborn
OriginDorset, England
GenresDoom metal, stoner metal, sludge metal
Musician, producer
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Electric Wizard

Justin "Jus" Oborn is the lead vocalist, guitarist and lyricist of Electric Wizard, an English doom metal band from Dorset.[1] Prior to forming Electric Wizard, Oborn was a member of the band Lord of Putrefaction, which changed its name to Thy Grief Eternal[2] and then to Eternal.

Oborn formed Electric Wizard in 1993. He has been the band's frontman since that time. They have released nine albums since 1995.

In early 2003, Bagshaw and Greening left the band, making Oborn the only founding member remaining. Later in that year, Oborn gathered a new line-up for the band - which included his wife, Liz Buckingham, as second guitarist. She has remained part of the band ever since, with she and Oborn both handling guitar duties on Electric Wizard's more recent releases.

Personal life

Oborn is married to Liz Buckingham, his bandmate of Electric Wizard who joined the group in 2003.[3]


During 1988, Jus Oborn formed the doom metal band Lord of Putrefaction, they recorded two demos. The band then changed its name to Thy Grief Eternal and recorded the On Blackened Wings demo. The band then became known simply as Eternal and recorded the Lucifer's Children demo, before disbanding. At this point, Jus Oborn formed Electric Wizard.


  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo; Koets, Tara. "Biography: Electric Wizard". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010.
  2. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Biography: Lord of Putrefaction". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010.
  3. ^ "Electric Wizard's Liz Buckingham: On Heavy Music And Taking The Hard Road". National Public Radio. 24 October 2011.
  4. ^ "ELECTRIC WIZARD: 'Wizard Bloody Wizard' Album Details Revealed". Blabbermouth.net. 8 September 2017. Retrieved 2017.

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