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Obscene

From: Chile
Last Known Status: Active

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Below is our complete Obscene news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Song Titles Revealed For "Stronger Than Hate"

Metal music distributor/label Digmetalworld has announced the full tracklist for its 4th compilation album, "Stronger than Hate - Volume 4," containing 15 bands from last year's edition plus five bonus songs, live and single tracks. The album is going to be available for free to download on Mon Dec 17th via Digmetalworld.

Commented its C.E.O/founder Ignacio Orellana: "We have been working since 2007 from our New York base, bringing the best bands from Chile, Brazil and Sweden to the rest of the world. This album is in fact stronger than the earlier releases because it brings a wider variety of metal styles."

The full track list is the following:

01. PIROSAINT - I'd Rather See them Bleed
02. HUINCA - Rapa Nui
03. WARCHEST - Fear of the Machine
04. LEFUTRAY - Screaming in Silence
05. MASTERPIECE - Revenge
06. KATTAH - I Believe
07. ANCESTTRAL - Bloodshed and Violence
08. CONFLICTED - God Is Death
09. INFERIS - Lead The Chain
10. MIERDASTER - Verte Caer
11. KRUDO - Asesino
12. AKBAL - Heredero del Odio
13. NAIOTH - Dance Of Light
14. OBSCENE - Unnamed
15. TERMINAL PROSPECT - Blood Burning Veins
Bonus:
16. MAGMA LAKE - Beyond this Path
17. D1STRAUGHT - Money Equal Death
18. GOATLOVE - Automatic Fire
19. NUCLEAR - The Pain you Asked For (live)
20. VASTATOR - Puñado de Almas (live)

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Digmetalworld Releasing Fourth Compilation

Digmetalworld Records has announced that its fourth compilation album containing 15 bands will be available for free download on December 17th via its website. The new compilation will be named "Stronger Than Hate", and represents four years of steady work with South American and European Metal Bands in the US.

The album follows "Vol.3 - The Hell Road" released in 2011. This year the list of bands hails from Chile, Brazil, USA and Sweden. The bonus tracks of this album will include live performances of Nuclear and Vastator. The complete list of tracks including the bonus tracks will be announced in a few weeks.

The list of 15 bands that are set for this album is the following, with the cover art following the jump:

01. PIROSAINT (US)
02. HUINCA (Chile)
03. WARCHEST (Chile)
04. LEFUTRAY (Chile)
05. MASTERPIECE (Brazil)
06. KATTAH (Brazil)
07. ANCESTTRAL (Brazil)
08. CONFLICTED (Chile)
09. INFERIS (Chile)
10. MIERDASTER (Chile)
11. KRUDO (Chile)
12. AKBAL (Chile)
13. NAIOTH (Chile)
14. OBSCENE (Chile)
15. TERMINAL PROSPECT (Sweden)

The three albums previously released are available for free download at these locations below.

(2009) Volume One
(2010) Another Kind Of Evil
(2011) The Hell Road


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Obscene Recruits New Drummer

Chilean band Obscene has announced its new drummer Guillermo Pereira. The band has also posted a video to its YouTube channel, where you can watch the new drummer performing "The Convolution Day" Check out the clip below.

Obscene recently released new album "See" via Digmetalworld Records. The entire album can be streamed at this location. The track listing is:

1. Unnamed
2. Isolated
3. Blind Citizens
4. Human Epitaph
5. Stupid Manipulator
6. No More Fucking Love Songs More...

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Obscene Streaming New Album

Chilean metal band Obscene is streaming its recent six-song album "See" and invites its fans to check it out over on Digmetalworld. The album "See" was recorded, mixed and mastered between January and March of 2012 by Francisco Arenas at ZTLabs Studios in Santiago, Chile.

Francisco Arenas comments about the band: "From the very beginning we were looking for the highest level, which ends up as a result in many changes in the line up, but now it's finally here, so now… Open your eyes and SEE." If you are unfamiliar with Obscene's music, below is the first official video the band did for "The Convolution Day" from a previous release. More...

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Obscene Streaming New Song "Blind Transition"

Chilean metal act Obscene has posted a new track online from the band's upcoming album "See." Check out the song "Blind Transition" through the SoundCloud player available after the jump.

The "See" track listing is as follows:

1. Seeing the Truth
2. Stupid Manipulator
3. Unnamed
4. No More Fucking Love Songs
5. Blind Transition
6. The Convolution Day
7. Immolation
8. Back to the Reality More...

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Obscene Posts Studio Footage

Chilean metallers Obscene have posted a video containing images of Oscar Arenas recording the bass tracks for their debut album "See." The album is expected to be released early 2012. Check out the clip below. The "See" track listing is as follows:

1. Seeing the Truth
2. Stupid Manipulator
3. Unnamed
4. No More Fucking Love Songs
5. Blind Transition
6. The Convolution Day
7. Immolation
8. Back to the Reality

For more information about Obscene, visit the band's official Facebook page by heading over to this location. More...

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Obscene Reveals "See" Details

Chilean metallers Obscene have announced that their debut album will be named "See." You can check out the cover artwork for the release below. Francisco Arenas (guitar player) commented:

"We are exited about our brand new album 'See,' and we would like to present to you from our point of view about the system that we are living in, so we are telling you, open your eyes and look what is in front of you."

A music video for a song off the album titled "The Convolution Day" is also now available online and can be found after the jump The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Seeing the Truth
2. Stupid Manipulator
3. Unnamed
4. No More Fucking Love Songs
5. Blind Transition
6. The Convolution Day
7. Immolation
8. Back to the Reality

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