New Obliteration Song

2013-10-16 by Andy H. B. | 23 Comments
Norwegian death metal band Obliteration are streaming a new track entitled 'Sepulchral Rites' from their upcoming third full length album, Black Death Horizon, on Pitchfork. The album is set to be released via Relapse Records on November 8th.

The track can be heard here: http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/16201-sepulchral-rites/

Tagged: Obliteration

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Hyperion1001
Emeritus
October 17th 2013
19975 Comments


kills everything

Permabanned
October 17th 2013
1180 Comments


hard

ShadowRemains
October 17th 2013
24540 Comments


This shit fucking rules so hard.

Wizard
October 17th 2013
20075 Comments


OBLITERATED BY THAT SONG

Seriously, may surpass Symptom and Carcass for my fav dm this year.

BallsToTheWall
October 17th 2013
47623 Comments


When did pitchfork begin streaming good music?

Digging: Skyclad - Folkemon

AdolfChrist
October 17th 2013
9968 Comments


whoa, this does not sound like Obliteration. awesome nonetheless.

Digging: Little Big League - These Are Good People

bloc
October 17th 2013
40801 Comments


This will do

JasonCarne
October 17th 2013
772 Comments


Music rules, vocalist sounds like he's going through puberty though (or is secretly Lemongrab).

Hyperion1001
Emeritus
October 17th 2013
19975 Comments


he fucking rules

BallsToTheWall
October 17th 2013
47623 Comments


Won't be DM AOTY or close to it but it'll be top 10 im sure.

ShadowRemains
October 17th 2013
24540 Comments


uhhh

ShadowRemains
October 17th 2013
24540 Comments


Music rules, vocalist sounds like he's going through puberty though (or is secretly Lemongrab).


it's called the vampire version of van drunen bit into his neck

BallsToTheWall
October 17th 2013
47623 Comments


Other song was better tbh.

ShadowRemains
October 17th 2013
24540 Comments


wylie you don't even like this band

and no the other song was not better than this

BallsToTheWall
October 17th 2013
47623 Comments


Yeah it was.

BallsToTheWall
October 17th 2013
47623 Comments


You're right, Obliteration have never been one of my favorite current dm acts but I never disliked them either. I'm sure this song and the album will grow on me.

ShadowRemains
October 17th 2013
24540 Comments


It's typical of shadow not to respect others opinions.


yeah but I actually like wylie compared to a dipshit like you

evilford
October 17th 2013
40079 Comments


SWEET

Digging: Cannibal Ox - The Cold Vein

ShadowRemains
October 17th 2013
24540 Comments


ohoyoyoyoyohohoy

you made a funny

bloc
October 18th 2013
40801 Comments


Shadow does need to take me less seriously though. He thinks I think he's fat!

ToMMyMiL16
October 18th 2013
391 Comments


never heard of these guys. What up shadow and bloc? Im back after a 2 year hiatus


Hyperion1001
Emeritus
October 18th 2013
19975 Comments


listen to nekropsalms asap its the best album ever made

KingHarkinian
October 18th 2013
436 Comments


wow that bass is amazing



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