Oblivion Myth | Between Light and Shadow

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Between Light and Shadow

by Oblivion Myth

Power Metal from Oblivion Myth.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. Gathering of Souls
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6:33 album only
2. Dimensions
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5:00 album only
3. Believer Deceiver
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5:51 album only
4. Knightserrant
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9:41 album only
5. Evil Of All Corners
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4:59 album only
6. Twilight Dementia
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5:37 album only
7. Mirroracle
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8. Mystique
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Album Notes
Oblivion Myth has had a productive history. It’s power/thrash metal style has captured audiences throughout the East. Keith Smith, the brainchild of the band, fuses lightning fast guitar riffs with Chris Selby’s solid guitar rhythms to create a truly original metal sound. Add Patrick White’s roaring bass guitar and Patrick Nickell’s thunderous symphony of percussion to create a solid rhythm section. Completing the lineup is Andy Freeman, former lead vocalist of Massacre Recording artist Fatal Opera, which featured Gar Samuelson, original Megadeth drummer. Freeman’s commanding and powerful voice boldly cuts through the layers of metal layed down by his bandmates. Freeman also adds a haunting dimension to the mix with eclectic keyboard sounds.
Oblivion Myth’s new CD, entitled Between Light and Shadow, has received excellent reviews from various sources. Voted as one of Nashville’s best metal bands, they are now touring in support of their debut album.

Oblivion Myth
P.O. Box 330547
Nashville, TN 37203-7504


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