Oblivion - Called To Rise


8.1 | 17 votes |
Release date: 1 January 2013
Style: Technical death metal

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01. Oblivion Part 1: The Chant Of Tyrants
02. Black Veils Of Justice
03. Between Suns of Light
04. Binary Souls
05. Reclamation
06. Canon 1 In E Minor
07. Annunaki
08. Reigns In Fire
09. Cancer Of Wraiths
10. Multiverse
11. Oblivion Part 2: Infinite Descent

Line-up
Victor Dods - guitars
Ted O'Neill - guitars
Luis Martinez - drums
Nick Vasallo - bass, vocals
Beniko "Ben" Orum - bass

Guest musicians
Joe Ellis - guitars

Additional info
Produced by Nick Vasallo and Zack Ohren.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Zack Ohren at Castle Ultimate Studios in Emeryville, CA.
Recorded by Nick Vasallo at CSU East Bay.

Logo and album art by Adam Pierce.

Additional guitars on tracks 1, 2, 4, 7-12 by Nick Vasallo.
Additional guitars on tracks 3, 5, 7-9 by Joe Ellis.

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01.01.2013 - 23:54
MechanisT
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Have high expectations from this one.
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01.01.2013 - 23:56
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Was going to buy the CD/shirt combo but I couldn't afford it.

It's $10 on there bandcamp. well worth it IMO.
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forever bummed out
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05.01.2013 - 17:27
BudDa
Sounds really nice. The album is still streaming at their bandcamp
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Freeze! Step away from the hubris.
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28.01.2013 - 19:29
BlueMobius
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Just received this cd from a friend. Pretty decent. I think it's growing on me the more I play it.
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11.02.2013 - 17:09
!J.O.O.E.!
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Seems ok actually.
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11.02.2013 - 17:14
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
Written by Guest on 11.02.2013 at 17:09

Seems ok actually.

"Ok" is the best way I'd describe it. Another generic technical death metal album.
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11.02.2013 - 17:16
!J.O.O.E.!
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Written by Alex F on 11.02.2013 at 17:14

"Ok" is the best way I'd describe it. Another generic technical death metal album.

It didn't ring my generic bells. There's a clear thrash influence here, as well as unusually bassy production, occasionally restrained song writing and interesting vocals. Quite far from the generic pack I'd say.
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11.02.2013 - 17:18
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
Written by Guest on 11.02.2013 at 17:16

It didn't ring my generic bells. There's a clear thrash influence here, as well as unusually bassy production, occasionally restrained song writing and interesting vocals. Quite far from the generic pack I'd say.

I last listened to it January so my memory of it may be fading, but I didn't notice any thrash influence at all. I guess I'll have to listen to it again
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12.10.2013 - 04:25
3rdWorld
The Psilosopher
....And the contender for the technical death metal aoty appeared.
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