OBSCURA Premiere New Fretless Bass Playthrough For “Ten Sepiroth,” Announce Festival Tour 2016

German technical/progressive death metal luminaries OBSCURA have just shared a new playthrough video, which features fretless bass virtuoso Linus Klausenitzer shredding his way through the track “Ten Sepiroth,” taken from the band’s latest release Akroasis! Watch it now via YouTube here or via Dailymotion at this location (in Germany).

Additionally, OBSCURA have announced a series of festival appearances this coming summer. The band will be performing throughout Europe & in Israel at major festivals including Brutal Assault in the Czech Republic, Summer Breeze in Germany, Tuska Open Air in Finland, Metaldays in Slovenia, and more. View a full itinerary of dates below.

Produced by the band and V. Santura (Triptykon, Pestilence), OBSCURA‘s newest album Akróasis (released this past February via Relapse) is eight songs diverse enough to serve as a near-comprehensive introduction to all of extreme metal. Packed to the gills with virtuosic musicianship, compelling themes, and airtight songwriting,Akróasis has breathed new life into death metal, progressive metal and beyond. Akróasis is out now worldwide via Relapse Records on CD, 2xLP and Digital – physical orders are available HERE, and digital orders can be placed HERE.

Watch the official music video for the title track from Akróasis via the Relapse Records YouTube Channel here.

OBSCURA Festival Tour 2016:

Jul 7 Helsinki, FI Tuska Open Air

July 24 Tel Aviv, IL Gagarin / Progstage Festival

July 24 – 30 Tolmin, SI MetalDays Festival

Aug 11 Jaromer, CZ Brutal Assault

Aug 17 – 20 Dinkelsbuhl, DE Summer Breeze Festival

Aug 21 Brittany, FR Motocultor Festival

Sept 11 Aalborg, DK Aalborg Metal Festival

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