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Posted by Deadmeat on 16.03.2009 at 13:40
I guess it's time for Obscura to have their own topic! So here you can discuss everything about this new band which fame after "Cosmogenesis" looks to grow on a lot!

For those who don't know the band: Obscura, formed in 2002, is a German band. They play a mix of Technical with Progressive Death metal and have released two albums till now: Retribution (2006) was their debut album and it is a decent effort not very promissing but good for a new band. Cosmogenesis (2009) is their second album, an excelent album which took very high ratings from the reviewers. After releasing "Cosmogenesis", Obscura is mentioned as a very promising band...



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BloodTears
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  11.08.2009 at 14:16
Written by Ozman on 11.08.2009 at 13:20

Written by BloodTears on 11.08.2009 at 12:28

Written by spirit_inblack on 11.08.2009 at 07:13

Yeah, I saw them with Cannibal Corpse and stood right up to the stage, closest to Jeroen, and it was fuckng amazing to behold him play the shit out of his bass for their short set. Awesome!


Didn't your eyes suffer though? It's hell when you're near the stage.


Why would one's eyes suffer when you're right up against the stage?


lol I meant ears! Today I'm a bit crazy sorry.
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Ozman
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  11.08.2009 at 14:22
Written by BloodTears on 11.08.2009 at 14:16


lol I meant ears! Today I'm a bit crazy sorry.



Aaah ears, now that does make a lot more sense. But they don't have to suffer if you wear your earlpugs
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BloodTears
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  11.08.2009 at 14:25
Written by Ozman on 11.08.2009 at 14:22

Written by BloodTears on 11.08.2009 at 14:16


lol I meant ears! Today I'm a bit crazy sorry.



Aaah ears, now that does make a lot more sense. But they don't have to suffer if you wear your earlpugs


I'm not sure what earsplugs to buy. What would you recommend, as a professional earplug user?
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Ozman
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  11.08.2009 at 14:28
Written by BloodTears on 11.08.2009 at 14:25



I'm not sure what earsplugs to buy. What would you recommend, as a professional earplug user?


I recommend custom made earplugs. They are a bit more expensive but certainly work a lot better.
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jupitreas
Djerk

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  11.08.2009 at 17:10
If you dont want to spend massiive amounts of money, just get the various 'party' earplugs that are available everywhere. just search ebay.

for example, Alpine Hearing Protection has these MusicSafe Pro (expensive) and PartyPlug (cheap) plugs that I can personally vouch for since I've been using them for a while. The important thing is that they do a good job of removing excessive noise all over the spectrum and not just in the high frequencies like the cheap drugstore earplugs do.
BloodTears
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  13.08.2009 at 15:34
Written by jupitreas on 11.08.2009 at 17:10

If you dont want to spend massiive amounts of money, just get the various 'party' earplugs that are available everywhere. just search ebay.

for example, Alpine Hearing Protection has these MusicSafe Pro (expensive) and PartyPlug (cheap) plugs that I can personally vouch for since I've been using them for a while. The important thing is that they do a good job of removing excessive noise all over the spectrum and not just in the high frequencies like the cheap drugstore earplugs do.


Thank you, jupi.

And they don't take away from the sonic experience? I mean, can you still fully enjoy the music?
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Super_Greg

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  13.08.2009 at 15:35
I should probably invest in some earplugs. I'm only 24 and I feel like my hearing is already going down the shitter.
jupitreas
Djerk

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  13.08.2009 at 16:17
Written by BloodTears on 13.08.2009 at 15:34

Written by jupitreas on 11.08.2009 at 17:10

If you dont want to spend massiive amounts of money, just get the various 'party' earplugs that are available everywhere. just search ebay.

for example, Alpine Hearing Protection has these MusicSafe Pro (expensive) and PartyPlug (cheap) plugs that I can personally vouch for since I've been using them for a while. The important thing is that they do a good job of removing excessive noise all over the spectrum and not just in the high frequencies like the cheap drugstore earplugs do.


Thank you, jupi.

And they don't take away from the sonic experience? I mean, can you still fully enjoy the music?


Well, they are not as good as custom-fitted ones but they are OK. Can't complain really.
Jerk

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  21.09.2009 at 03:23
Go to 7/11 im sure they got them there. So obscura? I went to one of their shows on shrooms and it was awesome. I missed half the set which sucked but their unreal live.
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Woutjinho
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  23.09.2009 at 18:24
Seeing them on the 19th of december. I wonder how they're like on stage
bard

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  01.10.2009 at 05:45
I like these guys, they seem to be able to produce a variety of different sounds. It's interesting when they go from sounding something like a heavy Cynic, to sounding like Death, and then even a little like Opeth on the track Orbital Elements, in my opinion.
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wormdrink414

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  02.10.2009 at 02:34
Cosmogenesis is my choice for album of the year.
stephenssaiyan

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  07.10.2009 at 06:44
I really like this band. Much more organic than that of the coldness of Necrophagist, even though they rule....Obscura has more of a "progressive feel" than a "prog" feel...meanings it flows more naturally and doesn't rely of being odd.
I_Die_Often

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  06.01.2010 at 04:16
Like a heavier Opeth to my ears.
Cosmogenesis Is one of my favorite albums!
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Killitorous

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  12.01.2010 at 19:10
Bunch of these dudes were in necrophagist, chilled with em' when they came through with the faceless, and cannibal corpse....
Woutjinho
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  14.01.2010 at 00:17
Written by Guest on 23.09.2009 at 18:24

Seeing them on the 19th of december. I wonder how they're like on stage


didnt like them at all. you people are referring them to necrophagist and opeth. that pretty much sums up why I dont like it
I_Die_Often

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  14.01.2010 at 02:31
They're coming back to my area in March, wouldn't mind seeing them again.
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bloodwrage
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  14.01.2010 at 04:36
Written by Guest on 14.01.2010 at 00:17

Written by Guest on 23.09.2009 at 18:24

Seeing them on the 19th of december. I wonder how they're like on stage


didnt like them at all. you people are referring them to necrophagist and opeth. that pretty much sums up why I dont like it


What? Opeth and Necrophagist are both amazing live. I wouldn't even expect it, but they are. If you think Obscura is bad live, I wanna know the next time they're coming to NYC.
Woutjinho
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  13.04.2010 at 18:34
Written by bloodwrage on 14.01.2010 at 04:36

Written by Guest on 14.01.2010 at 00:17

Written by Guest on 23.09.2009 at 18:24

Seeing them on the 19th of december. I wonder how they're like on stage


didnt like them at all. you people are referring them to necrophagist and opeth. that pretty much sums up why I dont like it


What? Opeth and Necrophagist are both amazing live. I wouldn't even expect it, but they are. If you think Obscura is bad live, I wanna know the next time they're coming to NYC.


I dont like the music these three bands make, so to me its always a dissapointing to see them live
K†ulu
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  07.05.2010 at 23:15
Christian Muenzner: "80% of the material is finished by now, and we feel it's definitely a step ahead of our previous works."

http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=136731

Old news by the way...

Can't wait!
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K†ulu
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  18.12.2010 at 22:21
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xfykrx_interview-obscura-w-hannes-grossmann-and-christian-muenzner_music#from=embed

A new interview with Hannes Grossmann and Christian Muenzner.

Last question: Do you have something to add?

Hannes: The reason why we do this music is chicks.
Christian: and money
Interviewer: And you get a lot of them?
Hannes: yes, because we are paid note by note: the more notes we play the more money we get.


LOL. Great interview. 18 minutes. My kind of video to watch.
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MordecaiHexagram

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  20.01.2011 at 19:21
Http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=152522

Check out the new song.

It already sounds like an awesome progression from Cosmogensis. I love the acoustic beginning.
astaroth

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  21.01.2011 at 03:03
Definitely one of my all-time fav tech death.
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K†ulu
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  12.10.2011 at 21:53
A nice interview with Steffen Kummerer: heavymetal.about.com/od/interviews/a/Obscura-Interview.htm?nl=1
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