INFINITUM OBSCURE: 'Sub Atris Caelis' Release Date Announced

Deathgasm Records has set a November 13 release date for "Sub Atris Caelis", the sophomore album from Mexican death metallers INFINITUM OBSCURE. The CD was recorded at Skull Seven Studios in North Hollywood, California with renowned producer Bill Metoyer (SLAYER, MORBID ANGEL, W.A.S.P., OMEN, BITCH, LIZZY BORDEN, ATROPHY).

"Sub Atris Caelis" was mastered at Necromorbus Studio (WATAIN, NOMINON, AVERSE SEFIRA, FUNERAL MIST, NEX, ONDSKAPT, MORK GRYNING, ADORIOR) in Alvik, Sweden by Tore Stjerna. The artwork for the CD was created by Timo Ketola (DISSECTION, WATAIN, DEATHSPELL OMEGA, KAAMOS, TEITANBLOOD).

The effort will be released in on 12-inch vinyl by Blood Harvest Records (Sweden).

The "Obscuridad Eterna" 7" EP by INFINITUM OBSCURE finally saw the light of day in February after a two-year delay via Blood Harvest Records. Blood Harvest will also release the vinyl editions of the band's previous works.


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