Obnoxious

by Colosso

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    releases September 9, 2016

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1.
In Memoriam
2.
3.
4.
03:47
5.
Soaring Waters
6.
Seven Space Collisions
7.
03:35
8.
Sentience
9.
A Noxious Reflection

about

"Obnoxious" is the fourth release, and the second full length album, by the death metal band Colosso.
The album shows a more experimental, dissonant and heavy side of Colosso, leaving behind the more groovy side shown on the two previous EPs.

Recorded at Stone Sound Studio (Portugal), mixed by Max Tomé (also guitar player on the band) and mastered by Aaron Smith (Jeff Loomis, 7 Horns 7 Eyes), "Obnoxious"' sound is more aggressive and "boomy" than the first album "Abrasive Peace".

Lyric-wise, the album focus on the extreme void of society ("Obnoxious"), a black hole created by ego, profit and chaos.

credits

releases September 9, 2016

Max Tomé - Guitar
Marcelo Aires - Drums
André Lourenço - Bass
André Macedo - Vocals
António Carvalho - Guitar

Didgeridoo performed by Rui Martelo.
Back vocals on "In Memoriam", "Of Hollow Judgements" and "A Noxious Reflection" by César Teixeira and Marcelo Aires.
Sound design and keyboards by Max Tomé, João Pereira and Marcelo Aires.
Recorded and engineered by Ricardo Oliveira at Stone Sound Studio (www.facebook.com/StoneSoundStudio).
Guitars re-amped by Max Tomé at HNK Studios (www.facebook.com/hnkstudios).
Produced by Colosso and Ricardo Oliveira at Stone Sound Studio.
Mixed by Max Tomé and Colosso at HNK Studios.
Mastered by Aaron Smith at Envisage Audio (www.envisageaudio.com).
Design by André Macedo. Layout by Max Tomé.
Band photo by João Fitas with the help of Ricardo Silva and Patrícia Nunes (www.joaofitas.com)
"In Memoriam (Neutropics Remix)" remixed by Igor Korsakov (soundcloud.com/neutropics).


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Colosso Porto, Portugal

Max Tomé [g]
Marcelo Aires [d]
André Lourenço [b]
André Macedo [v]
António Carvalho [g]

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