Band Photo: After Oblivion (?)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Last Known Status: Active
Latest After Oblivion News
Below is our complete After Oblivion 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.
"Stamina," the debut album from Bosnia and Herzegovina based old school technical death/thrash metal band After Oblivion, will be released on November 9th through Metal On Metal Records.
After Oblivion's music is described by the label as "an homage to '90s period Death, as the band deliberately embraces Chuck Schuldiner’s legacy, however it also bears a personal stamp thanks to the passion and talent of these young musicians. 'Stamina' is not just a display of technical virtuosity, but it's full of emotion, atmospheric and intense."
Two songs off "Stamina" have been made available for streaming via bandcamp, and Metalunderground.com is now very proud to exclusively premiere a third track. Give "Hatred Profound" a listen in the player below (you may need to wait a few seconds after pressing "play" for the track to load), and then check out the other songs "Breeding Perdition" and "The Carnal Form" through bandcamp here.
The complete track listing for "Stamina" is as follows:
2. For The Rebels
4. Breeding Perdition
5. The Carnal Form
6. Septic Mind
7. Ascent Of Misery
9. Hatred Profound
The album's cover art was created by After Oblivion guitarist/vocalist Adnan Hatic. The CD can be pre-ordered with a discount from the Metal On Metal Records website here until November 6th, while the digital download can be ordered at the previously linked bandcamp page. A teaser trailer and the artwork are available below. More...
After Oblivion is the last band that Metal On Metal Records has signed for a 2012 release and the first death metal act to join this old school metal label's roster. Jowita Kaminska-Peruzzi, the label owner, states:
"We are not much into death metal. We like some classic and even contemporary bands, but really very few, so obviously we are extremely picky as fans when it comes to this genre. And a death metal band has to completely blow us away to pique our interest as the label. Such was the case with After Oblivion - when they contacted us, we listened to the three songs from their 2011 EP 'Vultures,' then listened again... and again. We could (and did) listen to them on a loop for hours... Why? 'Cause we love Death and After Oblivion is so uncannily similar to Chuck's band, in particular their '90s era (when you hear those vocals, you may think it's Chuck himself!), we could only succumb to this new amazing band. More...