|Ne Obliviscaris Studied at SCM|
2013-07-09 by Krossceeper | 30 Replies | 1913 Views
Australian metal visionaries Ne Obliviscaris have seen their song, 'And Plague Flowers The Kaleidoscope' included in a teaching curriculum at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, one of Australia's most prestigious classical conservatories. The song will undergo a compositional analysis by Professor Matthew Hindson, Chair of Composition at the conservatorium.
Matthew Hindson is a world renowned classical composer whose works have been performed by ensembles and orchestras throughout the world. His recent ballet music, for example, has been presented by such companies as the Birmingham Royal Ballet, the San Francisco Ballet and the National Ballet of Japan.
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sweet. that song rules
Digging: Symptom - Opulent Atrocity
That's pretty fucking awesome.
Digging: Carcass - Surgical Steel
Umm yeah sumthing about the clean voculz just idk kinda irked me a little bit
they're better live, the cleans.
but this song rules
The same guy apparently did a lecture on Meshuggah as well.
huh. cool guy
"too many junz"
This is pretty badass. I've often described many of the metal bands I listen to as peers of classical composers. It's fantastic to see this perspective legitimized so openly. Ni Obliviscaris is amazing. m/
Wonder how all the college kids are going to react to the death and black metal vocals
They can get a fucking dog up em as far as I'm concerned.
Analysis: Clown Shoes
Sweet clown shoes.
Digging: Jamie Lenman - Muscle Memory
Part of me would love to be present for this analysis for the pure "I jammed this song before it was cool" factor, but the disgusted expressions of non-metal-listening kiddies would be too much
Digging: Vildhjarta - Thousands of Evils
sweet aussie extreme metal bands getting serious recognition m/m/
bout fucking time
man thats cool!
Wonder how all the college kids are going to react to the death and black metal vocals 
^ like any semi-mature adult who cares about art and is aware of metal's existance.
Does the Sydney Conservatorium of Music sound like something that "college kids" would go to?
Digging: Ludovico Einaudi - In a Time Lapse
that's awesome man. They deserve it; band rules and so does the song
More proof that the con is fucking awesome.
Now if only I were a world class musician and could actually get in.
Digging: Leonard Cohen - Songs Of Love And Hate
whoa that's pretty sick
Digging: Jhene Aiko - Sail Out
"Part of me would love to be present for this analysis for the pure "I jammed this song before it was cool" factor, but the disgusted expressions of non-metal-listening kiddies would be too much"
Digging: Self Defense Family - Try Me
analysis: The members of this band got no dicks
I like the band
This is actually quite awesome.
Gettin' classy all up in this genre.
Digging: Lake Of Blood - Omnipotens Tyrannus
not a fan of death/black metal vocals but that song is legit
I'm not going to mince my words, thats fucking amazing.