*Worship Metal Exclusive* Nailed To Obscurity Go Crate Digging For Vinyl In Exclusive Trailer!
Nailed to Obscurity‘s new album, Black Frost, is out NOW via Nuclear Blast and the band are currently on the road with Amorphis, Soilwork and Jinjer!
NAILED TO OBSCURITY live dates:
w/ AMORPHIS, SOILWORK, JINJER
30.01. D Munich – Backstage (Werk)
01.02. D Geiselwind -MusicHall
02.02. D Cologne – Essigfabrik *SOLD OUT*
03.02. B Antwerp – Trix Muziekcentrum
04.02. UK London – Electric Ballroom
06.02. F Paris – Cabaret Sauvage
07.02. F Toulouse – Le Bikini
08.02. E Madrid – Mon
09.02. E Barcelona – Salamandra
10.02. F Lyon – Le Transbordeur
12.02. I Trezzo sull’Adda (MI) – Live Music Club
13.02. D Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
14.02. D Saarbrücken – Garage
15.02. D Stuttgart – LKA Longhorn
16.02. CH Pratteln – Z7
16.03. D Vechta – Assault of the Undead Vol. 3
03. – 06.07. D Ballenstedt – Rockharz Open Air
26./27.07. D Freißenbüttel – Burning Q Festival
In a Worship Metal exclusive, the band go vinyl shopping and discuss their love for Opeth and Katatonia in the following video……
For more than ten years, NAILED TO OBSCURITY from Northern Germany have successfully developed their distinctive style, somewhere between melodic death metal and doom with progressive influences. Their underground debut Abyss…exhibited these rare first glimmers, but their albums Opaque (2013) and last year’s King Delusion howed a real evolution within their sound, allowing the band to take some huge steps forward. Their melancholic songs never fall short of the necessary brutality, and always create a distinct dynamic which mesmerises the listener who profoundly experiences every note and every word.
This magic has already won over the fans of festivals such as Wacken Open Air, Summer Breeze and Party.San Open Air as well as those who attended their tour throughout Europe as main support to Dark Tranquility plus their appearances alongside renowned acts such as Arch Enemy, Paradise Lost and At The Gates.
NAILED TO OBSCURITY is:
Raimund Ennenga | vocals
Jan-Ole Lamberti | guitars
Volker Dieken | guitars
Carsten Schorn | bass
Jann Hillrichs | drums
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