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09 Dec 2019
OBSCURA | ENGL Custom Bass Cabinet, Cabloader

OBSCURA | Preproduction #1 – ENGL Amplification

BASS CABINETS ENGL Amplification provided us with the first custom made bass cabinet featuring the same dimensions as a regular guitar cabinet. The dedicated developers at ENGL built an entirely new cabinet for our upcoming European Tour and recordings according to our ideas.  We take down one guitar cabinet while keep the stage production clean and even more efficient. CABLOADER With ENGLs recent development, the Cabloader, we basically found the missing link between using tube amplifiers, cabinets on stage and […]

06 Nov 2019
04 Nov 2019

OBSCURA | Share “An Epilogue to Infinity” Drum Playthrough Video

Technik, Präzision und hoher Anspruch an komplexes Drumming: TAMA Artist Sebastian Lanser performt mit seinem neuen und mächtigen STAR Walnut Kit den Song “An Epilogue To Infinity” seiner Band Obscura. Das Set-Up: 08″x06″ Tom Tom 10″x07″ Tom Tom 12″x08″ Tom Tom 14″x13″ Floor Tom 16″x15″ Floor Tom 18″x16″ Floor Tom 22″x18″ (2x) Bass Drum 14″x6″ Superstar Bell Brass Limited 20″ STAR Walnut Gong Drum TAMA Power Tower Rack Weitere Infos zu STAR Walnut: http://bit.ly/STAR_WALNUT – STAR Walnut Drum Recording & […]

30 Oct 2019
Obscura | Sign to Nuclear Blast

OBSCURA | Sign to Nuclear Blast

Today, Nuclear Blast is pleased to announce the signing of Germany’s finest progressive death metal band, OBSCURA. Founded in 2002, the group have established their reputation by releasing 5 studio albums which have been highly acclaimed by fans and press alike, accompanied by playing support tours (w/ SEPULTURA, CHILDREN OF BODOM, CANNIBAL CORPSE among others) as well as their own headline shows all around the globe. Obscura’s Steffen Kummerer states, “Partnering with the world’s biggest independent metal label feels like […]

29 Oct 2019

OBSCURA | Share “Emergent Evolution” Guitar Playthrough Video

ESP player extraordinaire Steffen Kummerer of Obscura does a playthrough of their song “Emergent Evolution” using his E-II Arrow and the new ENGL Savage 120 Mark II. www.espguitars.com www.engl-amps.com