News Added Dec 06, 2022 NE OBLIVISCARIS have announced a new album! Titled Exul, the upcoming album from the Australian progressive death metal band is the long-awaited follow-up to 2017’s Urn, and is scheduled to be released in March next year, via Season Of Mist. The upcoming album was produced, mixed & mastered by Mark […]

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NE OBLIVISCARIS have announced a new album!

Titled Exul, the upcoming album from the Australian progressive death metal band is the long-awaited follow-up to 2017’s Urn, and is scheduled to be released in March next year, via Season Of Mist.

The upcoming album was produced, mixed & mastered by Mark Lewis in Nashville, USA and was co-produced by the band. “Our approach is always the same,” says vocalist/violinist Tim Charles, “which is essentially to just write and see what comes out. Exul definitely had its challenges during the songwriting process. Part of the beauty of how our music comes together is that we are quite different individuals bringing an array of ideas together. From there, we work out how to combine them into something that is seamless and beautiful to us. We were determined to make this our best and most complete album yet, which definitely resulted in it taking longer. But we are so proud of this album and it’s exciting to finally share it with the world.”

The Exul album title came to vocalist Xen when he was summing up the album’s feeling musically and lyrically. Coincidentally, it matched the experience of most people during the pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. “I think everyone at some point has felt at odds with the world around them, felt alone, cast out, or misunderstood,” says Xen. “Exul felt right to use in a broader sense and as a lone word, for we each have our own history and a story of exile. Overall, there’s a darker core to this album, perhaps more ominous than previous releases. However abstract the lyrics are, they involve some form of unwanted departure – all journeys into torment, passion, longing and even despair. They touch on the process of physical and psychological destruction that comes from that sense or reality of being exiled, whether forced from one’s land, ostracised from a community, shunned by a religion, or even simply being treated differently for being who they are.”

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1. Equus
2. Misericorde I – As the Flesh Falls
3. Misericorde II – Anatomy of Quiescence
4. Suspyre
5. Graal
6. Anhedonia

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