Supported by another Aussie band and FOUR internationals.
They previously said they cut ties over “irreconcilable personal differences”.
And NeO reckon Northlane should get involved as well.
The Melbourne extreme metallers are continuing to break records.
The band have launched a new Patreon campaign to help keep them on the road.
Over 50 acts are owed a whole lotta’ coin.
In probably the most metal move ever, Ne Obliviscaris’s Dan Presland has (politely) told his boss to make like a drummer and stick it, officially quitting his six-figure job as a train driver. The Aussie extreme metallers’ resident beatman posted a snapshot of his letter of resignation on social media, explaining that the full-time position,
Ne Obliviscaris have spent the majority of 2015 conquering the world, and now they’re returning home to slip in a victory lap before the year is out. Melbourne’s extreme metal mercenaries will play their first Australian shows since Soundwave 2015 this December, announcing a seven-date national tour, which has been ingeniously titled Return To the
American progressive metal band Animals As Leaders and Australian metal heroes Ne Obliviscaris have announced a joint Soundwave 2015 sidewave show in Sydney. Animals As Leaders have seen a meteoric rise to prominence since 2009, and will be backed by their latest album The Joy Of Motion when they’re in town for Soundwave in less
Soundwave 2015 act Ne Obliviscaris will release their new album Citadel on Friday, November 7th and to celebrate the Melbourne metal outfit have announced they will be taking it to their fans across the nation later that same month. It’s been just over two years since the band released their debut album Portal Of I
Melbourne’s very own “progressive/extreme/melodic metal (with violin)” band, Ne Obliviscaris, have crushed the Australian record for the most money raised in a music-related project on crowd-funding site Pozible, after smashing their $40,000 price to fund a world tour. Ne Obliviscaris, who were the first band to be confirmed for the Soundwave 2015 lineup, have surpassed
Eclectic Melbourne metallers Ne Obliviscaris have been confirmed as part of the Soundwave 2015 lineup by the same source as most of the festival’s leaks – yes, it’s promoter AJ Maddah’s hyper-active Twitter account. By the looks of things, all it’s taken is the completion of a bad-ass sounding record, and a well timed Tweet
If indeed the pathway between reality and perception is a bridge, like so many Romantic-era poets would have us fooled to believe, then Devin Townsend is the troll that guards that bridge. Twinkly-eyed and clutching a Framus Mayfield Custom in place of an alpenstock, he stood dutifully on the stage of The Palace Theatre, ready
Melbourne’s Ne Obliviscaris recently announced the release of their debut album, Portal Of I. It’s been 9 years since the band formed and during that time NeO have seen members come and go and an expensive and lengthy battle with immigration to retain their guitarist Benjamin Baret. Now the album is finally here and the
Melbourne’s Ne Obliviscaris have at last announced the release of their debut album Portal Of I and an Australian tour to accompany it. It’s been 9 years since the band formed, and after undergoing a number of lineup changes, a lengthy immigration battle to get guitarist Benjamin Baret back in the country and numerous other