Yes, it’s this time of the year again, and here comes the Tech Friday / Cyber Monday sale in the OBSCURA web-shop. Until Monday you get 10% OFF everything. We will also add a free DILUVIUM POSTER, a free autograph card, and a free sticker to your order (while supplies last). No code needed, prices are marked down.
Head over to our shop and get your favorite items now: realmofobscura.com/shop
Sale runs until Monday, Nov 30, 2020; 23:59 CET.
Jeroen Paul Thesseling about his bass and the recording of OBSCURA‘s upcoming album:
In 1993 I started playing Thumb NT basses built by Warwick. We have had a long term relationship since then. The renowned German bass luthier is famous for their high-end craftsmanship and also for being open minded towards their players. The Thumb NT series have a very particular sound character that you won’t find with any other bass guitar. Already during the early days when I worked with Pestilence I preferred to have a clear mid-frequency oriented articulation. During my musical career I never found a better sounding bass. In 2011Warwick built a 7-string version for me, which is strung with a subcontra F#-tuning. Since that same year the [fretless] Thumb NT7 model became my main instrument and therefore will also be used to record the upcoming Obscura album.
Enjoy ‘Desolate Spheres‘ from the album Cosmogenesis, live at UP FROM THE GROUND2006.
Pure and raw, with audio taken directly from the camera. 🤘
“After a few national tours in the first years, “Retribution Europe” was our first international run through Europe including festivals such as Brutal Assault (CZ), Mountains of Death (CH) and Up From The Ground in Germany. Between recording our debut in 2004 and the initial release, we started assembling songs for a follow-up immedialtey. “Desolate Spheres” was one of the first songs written for our second album “Cosmogenesis” and a foreseeing of the coming years.” – Steffen Kummerer
Obscura taps award-winning producer Fredrik Nordström for their upcoming sixth full-length album. The band booked famous Studio Fredman, located in Gothenburg, Sweden, to begin recording the follow-up to 2018’s “Diluvium” for a 2021 worldwide release via Nuclear Blast.
“With “Diluvium” we closed a ten-year long-lasting chapter of the band. With our new album we work with well known producer Fredrik Nordström at Studio Fredman, Sweden. Fredrik’s productions are classy, timeless and tasteful alike. Stay tuned for regular updates!” – Steffen Kummerer
Fredrik Nordström, born 1967 in Gothenburg, Sweden, went on to build Studio Fredman and founded the famous ‘Gothenburg Sound’ with bands like In Flames, At The Gates, Soilwork, Dark Tranquility, Hammerfall, Arch Enemy, The Haunted, Opeth, and Dimmu Borgir, later moving on to more modern productions with Architects, Bring Me The Horizon, Dead By April, I Killed The Prom Queen, Septic Flesh, Adept, Sabaton, and many more.