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    PostSubject: Obscura   Wed Sep 02, 2009 12:03 am

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    Obscura was founded in 2002 by Steffen Kummerer. The band was named after the Gorguts album Obscura [1]. In 2006 Obscura self-released their debut album Retribution and toured alongside Suffocation within Europe. A European headlining tour through East and South Europe followed in 2007. Later that year, drummer Hannes Grossmann (ex-Necrophagist) and bassist Jeroen Paul Thesseling (ex-Pestilence) were added as new permanent members [2]. The group's latest addition, guitarist Christian Muenzner (ex-Necrophagist) came into the ranks early 2008 [3]. In September 2008 Obscura signed with Relapse Records [4] and released it’s second full-length album Cosmogenesis in early 2009. The band started their first-ever North American tour as part of the 'Cosmogenesis Worldtour' in April 2009 alongside Cannibal Corpse.

    they are definatly worth the listen id say... both albums are worth the listen
    the first album has a bit of black metal touch to it... the second album has a bit of technical death metal to it...
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    PostSubject: Re: Obscura   Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:22 am

    My opinion is probably not that valid since im not a musician and fail to recognize good musicianship.. I think this music is garbage unfortunately. Bunch of quasi scene fellows attempting to play metal but failing to recognize that wanking on your guitar and singing about reptilian overlords may not always grant acceptance into the underground metal community. I hate bringing this point up too but i was totally lost on this band when i saw some salon straightened, skin-tight jean, nike high top, basketball hat FUCK wearing an Obscura shirt, he was a pussy too. Im shallow and ingnorant, oh well.
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