OBLIVION Featuring Former ALL SHALL PERISH Guitarist: 'Reclamation' Video Released
December 23, 2012
"Reclamation", the new video from San Francisco Bay Area "blackened, technical post-death metallers" OBLIVION, who feature in their ranks former ALL SHALL PERISH guitarist Ben Orum on bass, can be seen below. The special "End Of The World" version of the clip was directed by Brandon Hunt and is the first OBLIVION video to feature the band's two new members: Orum and guitarist Victor Dods (HACKSAW TO THE THROAT).
"Reclamation" comes off OBLIVION's debut album, "Called To Rise", which will be released on January 1, 2013.
Nick Vasallo - Vocals Ben Orum - Bass Ted O'Neill - Guitar Victor Dods - Guitar Luis Martinez - Drums
Orum announced his departure from ALL SHALL PERISH earlier this month, explaining in statement that he "could not fulfill [his] duty as a touring musician any longer" due to the fact that he needed to provide for his family. He added: "While I am done with touring, I will never stop writing music. I am joining the extreme metal band OBLIVION as a bassist and contributing songwriter. We are beyond excited to unleash [our debut album] onto the metal world. I've always been into death metal and extreme music, [and] this is my return to true death metal."
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