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Sanity Obscure Streaming Debut Album

Sanity Obscure is streaming its debut full-length "Subterranean Constellation" over on BandCamp. Hailing from Singapore, this quartet started out in 2008 and released its first EP "Dethrone the King" shortly thereafter. Sanity Obscure also got to the quarterfinals of the Singapore Band Challenge that year. The new eight-song album, "Subterranean Constellation," features guest appearances by Bruce Lamont (Yakuza) and Kevin Hufnagel (Dysrhythmia, Gorguts etc). Mixing for the album was handled by Leonard Soosay while Colin Marston (Behold... the Arctopus, Dysrhythmia, Gorguts, etc.) mastered the album. Listen to the full album below.

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1. SanityObscure writes:

Thanks for including us on here. One minor mistake, though. We did not win the Band Challenge, but we got to Quarter-Finals. ~ Josh

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2. SanityObscure writes:

The album name is "Subterranean Constellation" and not "Continent". Thanks! ~Josh

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