progressive death metal

Obsidian Tide

Hi Oz, and welcome to Grande Rock. First of all do give us a brief bio of the band.
 
O: It was in Spring 2012 when I formed the band. We are a trio; I am in charge of guitars and clean vocals. On bass and harsh vocals is Shachar Bieber and on drums and programming is Erez Nadler. We released a debut EP named “Debris” back in 2015 (which actually has a concept to it) and since then, we worked on our full length album “Pillars of Creation”, which we released this last August 29th.
 
 

Obsidian Tide - Pillars of Creation

Obsidian Tide is a trio from Israel. Hmm… Israel, not exactly a hot bed for heavy metal, although many Jewish rockers have found fame and even fortune Stateside, but when it comes to the actual number of bands coming out of Israel, it doesn’t even begin to compare with other places. Yet, the thing is that a great number of Israeli bands are actually very good. Maybe the scarcity doesn’t allow the existence of as many duds as in other “scenes”.
 

Revocation announces Fall 2019 North American co-headlining Tour with Voivod

After recently completing a US tour with Whitechapel and Dying Fetus, Revocation will embark upon a North American co-headlining with Voivod.

The month-long trek will see Revocation play their latest album, “The Outer Ones”, in its entirety. Support will be provided by Psycroptic, Skeletal Remains, and Conjurer. See all confirmed dates below.
 
North American Tour Dates 2019:

Flub to release self-titled debut full-length album on June 7th 2019

Sacramento, California-based experimental death metal project Flub is excited to announce the upcoming release of their self-titled full-length debut album.

The album is set for release on June 7th, 2019, through The Artisan Era. It is the follow up to the group’s two prior EPs and a standalone single, which were released several years ago.