News: OBLIVION: New Video From Extreme Metal Unit Featuring Current/Past Members Of All Shall Perish, Antagony, The Zenith Passage Now Playing; The Path Towards... Preorders Available

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November 17th will see the anticipated release of The Path Towards... full-length from OBLIVION, the extreme metal unit featuring within its ranks vocalist/bassist Nick Vasallo (ex-Antagony), guitarists Ben Orum (All Shall Perish, ex-Antagony) and Ted O'Neill (ex-Alchemicon), and drummer Luis Martinez (ex-Antagony, ex-The Zenith Passage).
 
In advance of its release, the band is pleased to unveil the visual accompaniment to the track "Mechanistic Hollow."
 
Crowned "technical as all hell and heavy as fuck," by Metal Injection, the clip was shot by by Matti Way (Disgorge, Pathology), and can be viewed at THIS LOCATION.
 
And if you missed it, check out "Concrete Thrones" featuring Eddie Hermida (Suicide Silence, All Shall Perish), still streaming at Metal Injection at THIS LOCATION as well as "Awaiting Autochthon," co-written by Nile's Karl Sanders, courtesy of Decibel Magazine at THIS LOCATION.
 
The Path Towards... was recorded and engineered by Zack Ohren (Animosity, Suffocation, All Shall Perish, Cattle Decapitation, Fallujah et al) at Castle Ultimate Productions and features artwork by Daniel McBride (Black Label Society, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Chimera et al). Preorder bundles are currently available at THIS LOCATION. For digital orders, point your browser HERE.
 
On the eleven-track The Path Towards...OBLIVION has manifested a record that's darker, heavier, and even more eclectic than their critically-adored debut, Call To Rise. Composed by Vasallo early this spring, the recordingboasts an all-star lineup of guest artists that includes Karl Sanders (Nile, guest songwriter), Eddie Hermida (Suicide Silence/All Shall Perish, guest vocals), Enrico H. Di Lorenzo (Hideous Divinity, guest vocals), and Carlos Saldana (Connoisseur, guest vocals). The album also marks Orum's and Vasallo's first time collaborating on music since Antagony's debut in 2001. With precise and intricate guitar solo work by O'Neill and legendary performances by Martinez,OBLIVION forges ahead stronger than ever with The Path Towards...

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