Tag: Ne Obliviscaris
Find all content in this site with the above tag here.
img_2655.jpg
Ne Obliviscaris Part Ways With Bassist
26th January 2017, 13:42
Posted by Tristan

Sudden news from the Aussie camp has revealed that Ne Obliviscaris bassist Brendan Brown has decided to leave.  

neo-europe
Ne Obliviscaris Announce Europe Shows
14th December 2016, 13:00
Posted by Tristan

Everyone’s favourite Classical Death Metal genius will be heading back over to Europe for more shows in 2017.

img_1679.jpg
Ne Obliviscaris Release Pro Shot Footage
18th November 2016, 11:00
Posted by Tristan

Of their anthem “And Plague Flowers The Kaleidoscope“. 

img_2282-1.jpg
Ne Obliviscaris Reveal Drum Through
24th June 2016, 15:00
Posted by Tristan

Everyone’s favourite DIY heroes Ne Obliviscaris have released a brand new drum play through video for their track “Painters of The Tempest“.

img_0733.jpg
Ne Obliviscaris Announce UK / Ireland Headline Tour
15th June 2016, 15:01
Posted by Chris

The Australian prog metallers have been making great impressions around the world, and they are finally getting the headline spots they deserve.

img_0544.jpg
Ne Obliviscaris Announce North American Headline Tour
1st June 2016, 17:36
Posted by Chris

The Australian sextet have seemingly broken America, and there is no band more deserving! They will return for a full headline tour sooner rather than later.

unnamed
Damnation Reveal Line Up For 2016 Festival
22nd March 2016, 10:00
Posted by Tristan

And its just as good as you might expect…

img_1817.jpg
Ne Obliviscaris Announce Ne Obluminati Crowdfund
4th March 2016, 10:17
Posted by Tristan

As no doubt almost all of our readers are aware the game has changed in the world of music. Not even close to how it used to be even some ten years ago the entire blueprint has changed and proving like their music that Ne Obliviscaris are just as inventive when it comes to help.

Ne Ob
An Interview With : Tim Charles (Ne Obliviscaris)
18th November 2015, 13:00
Posted by Tristan

As we begin to wind down 2015 has been an incredibly eventful year for everyone in the Metal community, good and bad. Though for Australian borne Ne Obliviscaris 2015 has opened many doors to a plethora of audiences. However as the old adage goes, as one door opens another closes. Kindly devoting some time we were able to catch up with Violinist come Vocalist Tim Charles for an update on all things Ne Obliviscaris. Letting us in on just how much of a sacrifice is needed to change opportunities into realities, we’re given a glimpse into the band’s unbeatable work ethic. Discussing the creation of Citadel and what the record has done to the band’s status in the Metal community we delve into the world of one of the scenes most exciting bands.

IMG_0594
Live Review : Cradle Of Filth + Ne Obliviscaris + She Will Burn
26th October 2015, 13:50
Posted by Tristan

Recalling a time long since gone Camden Town used to the hub of all things alternative sadly a far cry from it’s former glory the borough now houses more disposable knock offs than rare finds of genius. With this sentiment in mind we move into London’s Koko which tonight will house a true hero of the Gothic calling and poster band for the times of controversy and rebellion that the borough used to stand for.

IMG_1020.JPG
Ne Obliviscaris Announce Australian TourĀ 
6th October 2015, 13:45
Posted by Tristan

Slowly but surely the year is indeed coming to an end, with this year having seen some truly incredible releases Ne Obliviscaris are adamant that people remember their extraordinary record from last year. 

SLR_4960_Crowd
Bloodstock 2015 : Day One
12th August 2015, 12:30
Posted by Tristan

With an incredible amount of festivals all over Europe each bringing their own tastes to the table, in the past we have had the Monsters of Rock, now we have Download, Reading and Leeds and the underdog that is Bloodstock. Both Reading and Leeds becoming decidedly more mainstream, Bloodstock has very much stuck to their bloodsoaked guns. With this now it’s fourteenth incarnation this year we set foot in Catton Park for the first time. In retrospect now I can certainly assure you that Bloodstock is definitely one of Metal’s premier UK Festivals.