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Vocalist Eric Lee of Behold Oblivion has issued the following announcement about parting ways with the band:
"To all of our fans, it is with great regret and sorrow that I write this to you now. The past few months have been one of the hardest times in my life, and the decisions I have had to make will weigh on me for the rest of my time on this Earth.
"I have decided, at this point in time, I cannot devote myself entirely to Behold Oblivion. I will not allow myself to be a part of the band without knowing that the entirety of my efforts would be concentrated on it, as it would not be fair to the band, and it would not be fair to you, our fans.
"The past 2 years have been some of the best times in my life, spent with 4 brothers who I love with every ounce of my being. I am stepping down for the time being as vocalist of Behold Oblivion. Please continue to follow us and support us, as the guys will continue on without me. I wish them the greatest of luck, and perhaps when the time is right, I will be able to return and share the stage with them once again.
"To our fans, to my brothers, I love you all. I owe you everything."
For more info on Behold Oblivion and to listen to music available for streaming, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.
Behold Oblivion has issued the following announcement about offering "The Infinite Being" EP with extras as a free download:
"Well guys, it has been a year since we debuted 'The Infinite Being.' And in anticipation of our upcoming full length album, we have repackaged our EP to include 'No One Left' and 'Warden' (previously not downloadble). Of course, it's still free, all we ask is you share it with your friends! We love you all."
You can download the EP for free by heading over to this location.
Boston, Massachusetts based act Behold Oblivion has posted a new song online for streaming. You can check out the title track for the band's upcoming album "Witness" by heading over to the Behold Oblivion Facebook page.
The band also commented on its formation and history:
"The apocalypse, the eradication of civilization, the end of the world. To think of the destruction of humanity brings to the mind's ear a cacophonous soundtrack of auditory lunacy. There is no group more apt at navigating that very sonic landscape than Boston's Behold Oblivion. Formerly known as Tight Rope, the group has within its year long infancy managed to self-record and produce an EP which has been downloaded over 2000 times since its release. The members met at the Berklee College of Music, and now seek only to further hone their ability to deliver aural punishment. They have borne witness to the end, yet they have only begun. Behold Oblivion will not only set the bar, they will obliterate it."