6 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seamlessly incorporating various strains of extreme metal (death, black, thrash) with elements of prog rock, classical, jazz, and traditional music, Aussie six-piece Ne Obliviscaris unveil a dynamic and dizzying third album. On lengthy two-part suites like “Libera” and “Urn,” the harsh vocals of founding frontman Xenoyr are offset by the melodic singing style of violinist Tim Charles, while Rush-like basslines and Charles’ potent style propel the entire album toward a cinematic climax.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seamlessly incorporating various strains of extreme metal (death, black, thrash) with elements of prog rock, classical, jazz, and traditional music, Aussie six-piece Ne Obliviscaris unveil a dynamic and dizzying third album. On lengthy two-part suites like “Libera” and “Urn,” the harsh vocals of founding frontman Xenoyr are offset by the melodic singing style of violinist Tim Charles, while Rush-like basslines and Charles’ potent style propel the entire album toward a cinematic climax.

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