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Obscure Burial

From: Finland
Last Known Status: Active

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Obscure Burial Reveals Debut LP Details, New Song

Today, Invictus Productions set December 15th as the international release date for Obscure Burial's debut album, fittingly self-titled. The new song "Imago Mortis" can be heard in the player at the bottom.

Hailing from Finland, Obscure Burial are death metal incarnate. No memory, no past nor future, but the fertile blackness of one and only, the lawless king, son of the stillborn moment: Obscure Burial emerged from the lifeless womb in the year 2012. Not long after, their debut demo "God’s Abomination" was released by Invictus and the cult begins. Two years later came "Epiphany," the band's second demo, again released by Invictus. Here, the ruthlessly eldritch death metal receives a more advance and dynamic approach, and the fever surrounding the name begins to build ever further. Now, after a minor lineup change, the time is at hand for the band's debut album: "Obscure Burial."

Truly a magnum opus of all that's come before within the enviable arsenal, Obscure Burial doesn't alter the steadfast formula as simply perfect it. For true believers with ears and hearts wide open shall bear witness, upon one mere spin of Obscure Burial, that the ancient black/death magick is filthier than ever and effervescently captured in truly terrorizing 3D, raw and reckless and yet deadly fucking clear. The well of influence - Necrovore, Profanatica, Sadistic Intent, and early Possessed - is still being supped from, but here, Obscure Burial puts its own personal spin on it, piling on miles of malevolence and obscurity atop.

The artwork and track listing are as follows:

1. Lucilia Silvarum
2. Imago Mortis
3. Darkness Spawns
4. Transcending Deity
5. I Spoke To Darkness (Black Deserts Divine)
6. Necrophagous Ritual
7. Dweller in the Abyss
8. Dawn of Eschaton More...

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Obscure Burial Streaming "Dweller In The Abyss"

Today, the filthy Finns from Obscure Burial premiere the new track "Dweller in the Abyss," which can be heard below thanks to CVLT Nation.

The track hails from the band's second demo, "Epiphany," released internationally this week by Invictus Productions on cassette tape. The track listing is as follows:

1. Night Queen (streaming here)
2. Dweller In The Abyss
3. Daemonic Incantation
4. Epiphany More...

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Obscure Burial Streaming "Night Queen"

The filthy Finns in Obscure Burial today premiere the new track "Night Queen" online, which hails from the band's second demo, "Epiphany." The demo is set for international release on September 15th via Invictus Productions on cassette tape, and the label comments:

"Hailing from the fertile Finnish black metal scene and featuring a couple native veterans, Obscure Burial are fittingly named: the quartet unloads an arsenal of ancient black/death magick, drawing influence from the fuck-off-forever sounds of Necrovore, Profanatica, Sadistic Intent, and early Possessed, piling on miles of filth and obscurity atop.

"As such, the title Epiphany is also fitting, as this four-song demo reveals a young band hungry for the olden ways and rabidly committed to putting their own personal spin on it. And song titles like 'Night Queen' and "Demonic Incantation" should say more than enough - revel in Obscure Burial's Epiphany!"

Experience that revelry for yourself below, thanks to No Clean Singing. The track listing is as follows:

1. Night Queen
2. Dweller In The Abyss
3. Daemonic Incantation
4. Epiphany More...

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Obscure Burial Announces Cassette Release

Invictus Productions will unleash the second demo of Obscure Burial, titled "Epiphany," which is set for international release on September 15th on cassette tape. The label comments:

"Hailing from the fertile Finnish black metal scene and featuring a couple native veterans, Obscure Burial are fittingly named: the quartet unloads an arsenal of ancient black/death magick, drawing influence from the fuck-off-forever sounds of Necrovore, Profanatica, Sadistic Intent, and early Possessed, piling on miles of filth and obscurity atop.

"As such, the title Epiphany is also fitting, as this four-song demo reveals a young band hungry for the olden ways and rabidly committed to putting their own personal spin on it. And song titles like 'Night Queen' and 'Demonic Incantation' should say more than enough - revel in Obscure Burial's Epiphany!"

1. Night Queen
2. Dweller In The Abyss
3. Daemonic Incantation
4. Epiphany More...

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