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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Ne Obliviscaris release bass play-through

Ne Obliviscaris have released a stunning play-through video of the track "Painters of the Tempest (Part II) Triptych Lux" featuring their bassist Brendan "Cygnus" Brown. The clip is currently presented by Guitar World as an exclusive here.

Brendan comments about his video: "I have had many requests to do a play through of this song. It is the most challenging track on the album for me. Given its length, dynamics and attention to detail. This song was recorded straight from AXE FX into Protools 8. Sony HDR-CX130 camera linked up in Sony Vegas 11. Quite hard to line up perfectly. Sorry for the minuscule delay!"

Ne Obliviscaris are still on the road capturing audiences every night on their extensive European tour in support of Cradle Of Filth! A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.

29 Oct 15 Antwerp (BE) Trix Muziekcentrum
30 Oct 15 Hannover (DE) Capitol
31 Oct 15 Nürnberg (DE) Hirsch
02 Nov 15 Saarbrücken (DE) Garage
03 Nov 15 Luzern (CH) Schuur
04 Nov 15 Treviso (IT) New Age
06 Nov 15 Roma (IT) Orion
07 Nov 15 Milano (IT) Fabrique
08 Nov 15 Dornbirn (AT) Conrad Sohm
09 Nov 15 Budapest (HU) Barba Negra
12 Nov 15 Katowice (PL) Mega Club
13 Nov 15 Brno (CZ) Klub Fleda
14 Nov 15 Berlin (DE) C-Club
15 Nov 15 Hamburg (DE) Markthalle
17 Nov 15 København (DK) Pumpehuset
18 Nov 15 Oslo (NO) John Dee
19 Nov 15 Göteborg (SE) Sticky Fingers
23 Nov 15 Stockholm (SE) Debaser
25 Nov 15 Luxembourg (LU) Den Atelier
26 Nov 15 Tilburg (NL) O13

Ne Obliviscaris have already announced a headlining tour of their home country under the banner "The "Return to the Citadel", which will begin on December 3rd. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.

"The Return to the Citadel" tour marks the band's first shows in Australia since their appearances at Soundwave Festival in February, and their current album 'Citadel' scoring a rare metal debut on the Australian Recording Industry Association Pop Charts at number 42.

Ne Obliviscaris supported by Plini
03 Dec 15 Brisbane (AU) The Zoo (18+)
04 Dec 15 Newcastle (AU) The Small Ballroom (18+)
05 Dec 15 Sydney (AU) Oxford Art Factory (18+)
06 Dec 15 Canberra (AU) The Basement (18+)
10 Dec 15 Melbourne (AU) Max Watt's (18+)
11 Dec 15 Adelaide Lic (AU) Fowlers Live (AA)
12 Dec 15 Perth (AU) Amplifier Bar (18+)

Ne Obliviscaris will be touring in support of their celebrated 2014 album 'Citadel' (2014), which is still available in various formats through the Season of Mist shop here.

The album artwork, designed by vocalist XEN and tracklist can be viewed below.

1. Painters of the Tempest (Part I): Wyrmholes
2. Painters of the Tempest (Part II): Triptych Lux
• Movement I: Creator
• Movement II: Cynosure
• Movement III: Curator
3. Painters of the Tempest (Part III): Reveries from the Stained Glass Womb
4. Pyrrhic
5. Devour Me, Colossus (Part I): Blackholes
6. Devour Me, Colossus (Part II): Contortions

"Ne Obliviscaris", which means "forget not" is the proud motto of Clan Campbell. These highlanders were as successful as ruthless and served as an inspiration for George R. R. Martin's blockbuster series "Game of Thrones". Yet the Australian band Ne Obliviscaris is neither dealing with folk metal nor bloody minded. It should be mentioned though that their compositions are at least as complex as Scotland's history. These six musicians share the adventurous spirit of Argyll's clansmen. The multi-layered songs of their sophomore album 'Citadel' are building on a foundation of harsh metal with avant-garde elements of jazz, flamenco, progressive rock, and many more. Ne Obliviscaris display extraordinary musicianship and a depth of profound compositional abilities, one hardly expects from such a young group. This impression is confirmed by one of Australia's most prestigious classical conservatories, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music adding the song "And Plague Flowers The Kaleidoscope" taken from Ne Obliviscaris' acclaimed debut full-length 'Portal of I' (2012) to their teaching curriculum. The band was founded in the beautiful Australian coastal City of Melbourne, Victoria in the year 2003. Their first demo 'The Aurora Veil' (2007), Ne Obliviscaris already garnered massive word-of-mouth prominence within the metal underground. Major press caught up with the debut album 'Portal of I', which showcased their unique array of influences and dynamic songwriting with a virtuous violin significantly adding to the sound. The Australians also gained a reputation as an excellent live act, while supporting Devin Townsend, Enslaved, Between The Buried & Me, Cradle Of Filth among others. After a highly successful three week headline tour throughout Asia including a sold out show in Tokyo, Japan Ne Obliviscaris started a crowd funding campaign to support further international touring. Their target of 37.500 US Dollars was reached in only 38 hours and the final sum of 56.644 US Dollars broke the previous Australian record. With 'Citadel' the band has begun to conquer the world. Mixed and mastered Jens Bogren (Opeth, Katatonia), this album spells international success for Ne Obliviscaris in capitals letter. Don't miss their shows and judge for yourself!

Xenoyr: harsh vocals
Tim Charles: violin & clear vocals
Benjamin Baret: lead guitar
Matt Klavins: guitar
Brendan 'Cygnus' Brown: bass
Dan Presland: drums


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