Tag: Obscura

Review: “Self Titled” by Buried Realm

Having reviewed sophomore album “Embodiment of the Divine” in 2020, the third chapter in the journey of multi instrumentalist and vocalist Josh Dummer’s solo studio project Buried Realm is without doubt one of the most highly anticipated releases of the summer if not the whole of 2022. As with that record, this new self titled

Playthrough: “Spectral Light” from Buried Realm!

At the beginning of March “Spectral Light“, the first single from the upcoming third album of Colorado Springs Buried Realm appeared and so it seems a logical choice for mastermind Josh Dummer to present a guitar playthrough video for it. The Swedish Melodic Death Metal influenced self titled record is set for 3rd June for

Bootleg: “Exit Life” from Obscura!

As the rescheduled “A Valediction Europe” tour that will see Disillusion and Persefone join German Progressive Technical Death Metal heavy weights Obscura upon our shores, the band have continued to offer up a few blasts from the past by digging out archive footage from live shows of yesteryear. The latest of those is “Exit Life”

Documentary: “A Valediction” World Tour #1 with Obscura!

Making the absolute most of the opportunity to keep themselves in the headlines following the release of their incredible Progressive Technical Death Metal album “A Valediction” via Nuclear Blast, Germans Obscura have shared part #1 of a World Tour documentary series that will see them travel the US, Mexico and Canada with Vale Of Pnath

Playthrough: “A Valediction” from Obscura!

Ahead of their US tour German Progressive Technical Death Metallers Obscura have taken a moment from their busy rehearsal schedule to let mastermind Steffen Kummerer record a playthrough video for the title track. If you think you’ve got what it takes to be able to play the cut after watching the video, the band have

Documentary: The Making Of “A Valediction” #12 with Obscura!

We may have thought that with the arrival of “A Valediction” via Nuclear Blast back in November that German Progressive Technical Death Metallers Obscura were done with their documentary series documenting the making of the record but since they have managed to squeeze in a couple more episodes, much to our delight. The #12 episode

Documentary: The Making Of “A Valediction” #11 with Obscura!

A month after both the tenth part of the making of “A Valediction” and the album itself from German Progressive Technical Death Metallers Obscura, part eleven is the retrospective look back that no one saw coming but that is interesting none the less. The postponement of their European tour with Persefone back to September means

Documentary: The Making Of “A Valediction” #10 with Obscura!

The subject of the tenth part of the making of “A Valediction” from German Progressive Technical Death Metal Masters Obscura is all about the returning legendary Fretless Bass player Jeroen Paul Thesseling and his input on the album. Endorsing Warwick Basses of the seven string variety may not be every bassists instrument of choice but