NE OBLIVISCARIS - Citadel BLACK VINYL - LP

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Citadel BLACK VINYL
Veröffentlichungsdatum
24.03.23
Medienformat
LP
Genre
Death Metal
Description

Black 12" vinyl (33 rpm) in jacket with printed inner sleeve.
Sixth pressing on black vinyl 300 copies worldwide.

The multi-layered songs on Australian prodigies NE OBLIVISCARIS’ sophomore album ‘Citadel’ are infusing a metal base with avant-garde approaches to jazz, flamenco, progressive rock and many more elements.
The band display extraordinary musicianship and a depth of profound compositional abilities hardly expected from such a young group. Listening to these tracks makes it less surprising that one of Australia's most prestigious classical conservatories, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music has added the song "And Plague Flowers The Kaleidoscope" taken from NE OBLIVISCARIS' acclaimed debut full-length 'Portal of I' (2012) to their teaching curriculum. Already with their first demo ‘The Aurora Veil’ (2007), NE OBLIVISCARIS garnered massive word-of-mouth prominence within the metal underground.
Mainstream press caught up with “Portal of I”, which showcased their unique array of influences and dynamic songwriting with a virtuoso violin significantly adding to the sound. With ‘Citadel’ the band is ready to conquer the world.
Mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren (OPETH, KATATONIA), this album spells international success for NE OBLIVISCARIS in capitals.

For fans of OPETH, ANSUR, AUGURY, EMPEROR.
Artwork by Svartwerk.

Tracklist:
Side A:
A1 - Painters Of The Tempest (Part I): Wyrmholes
A2 - Painters Of The Tempest (Part II): Triptych Lux
A3 - Painters Of The Tempest (Part III): Reveries From The Stained Glass Womb
Side B:
B1 - Pyrrhic
B2 - Devour Me, Colossus (Part I): Blackholes
B3 - Devour Me, Colossus (Part II): Contortions