Omnivium is the third studio album released by band Obscura and the second album of Obscura’s four album concept. The album was recorded at Woodshed Studio in southern, Germany with engineer Victor Bullok (also known as V.Santura). It was released by relapse records on 29 March 2011.

The album is based on Friedrich Schelling’s “On Nature’s Connection to the Spirit World”.

Obscura released the track “Septuagint” to the public on 19 January 2011. The second song from Omnivium, “Vortex Omnivium”, was released to the public on 24 February 2011.

The limited edition album includes a bonus track, a cover of Cacophony’s “Concerto”, embroidered Obscura patch, guitar pick and an album cover sticker.

Omnivium debuted at #11 on the USA’s Top Heatseekers chart and at #14 on Germany’s Media Control Newcomer chart.

Edited by lukkaturi on 18 Dec 2013, 21:16

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