Obscurity - _Damnations Pride_
(Scarlet, 1999)
by: Pedro Azevedo (3 out of 10)
Coming from the same label as Dominance (whose rather interesting _Anthems of Ancient Splendour_ I reviewed in CoC #42), I expected a lot better from Obscurity. Similarly to their other labelmates Necrodeath [reviewed in this issue], Obscurity play in the retro-thrash league, but they're bound for relegation unless they dramatically improve after _Damnations Pride_. They share Necrodeath's lack of new ideas, but not their skill and consistency. Even if the vocals weren't so damn terrible (which they are), _Damnations Pride_ still consists solely of unremarkable, poorly written and performed thrash, the sound of which often varies from track to track without ever actually being good. Low quality stuff.

(article published 12/10/1999)


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