Ne Obliviscaris Are Officially In The Studio
Melbourne extreme progressive metal group, Ne Obliviscaris, have hit the studio this past weekend to record the highly-anticipated followup to 2014's Citadel. The epic masterpiece, Citadel, was on top of many heavy music lovers end of year lists for the best release of 2014 and it's going to be interesting to see where they go with this new album. The band have achieved a level of success over the past few years, even having one of their songs, 'And Plague Flowers The Kaleidoscope' added to the Sydney Conservatorium of Music for curriculum studies. They've also created their own Patreon campaign in order to help them record and tour, as well as paving the way for not only themselves but other hard working bands that sometimes struggle financially. This new album which is currently untitled, will also be the first release without bassist Brendan 'Cygnus' Brown, after we was let go by the band earlier this year.