Ne Obliviscaris的音樂風格非常有特色，大膽的在極限死亡金屬當中加入小提琴演奏，這樣看似相互衝突的組合，在Ne Obliviscaris極具巧思的編曲與收放自如的演奏技巧之下，展現了絕佳的張力和寬廣的色調，更勝於前輩Dark Lunacy、UneXpecT、Therion等樂團。不僅如此，Ne Obliviscaris的音樂當中還能聽到融合爵士、佛朗明哥與鞭笞金屬的痕跡，讓他們的風格不受拘束、更顯得獨一無二。
Ne Obliviscaris由獨立音樂廠牌Season Of Mist相中並簽下，接連發表了專輯【Citadel】 (2014)、以及最新的【Urn】 (2017) 等作品。這兩張錄音室專輯都獲得了樂迷的超高評價與廣大迴響，屢獲樂媒的肯定與青睞。Ne Obliviscaris也曾於2013年訪台演出，時隔五年，累積了更豐富的演出經驗與音樂能量，將於2019/3/3重回台灣，與樂迷們再度見面！
Founded in the beautiful Australian coastal city of Melbourne, Victoria in the year 2003, Ne Obliviscaris took the inspiration for their name from the proud motto of Clan Campbell based in Argyll, Scotland, which means "forget not". From the start, this collective of exceptional musicians made it clear that they did not intend to follow any trends or walk on well-trodden paths. Their first demo, 'The Aurora Veil' (2007) had a massive impact in the metal underground far beyond the fifth continent and already their debut full-length 'Portal of I' (2012) reached mainstream music press, which praised a unique array of influences and the characteristic virtuoso violin.
Ne Obliviscaris immediately climbed remarkably higher on the ladder with sophomore opus 'Citadel' (2014) by adding avant-garde approaches including jazz, flamenco, progressive rock, and many other wide-ranged influences to their solid metal base.
Ne Obliviscaris’ third album, 'Urn' is bound to be a career defining moment. The Australian extreme prog shooting stars have honed and re-balanced the key elements of their unique sound to a razor-sharp musical edge. The dynamic entwining of fierce growls and emotive clean vocals, the contrast between devastating et intricate guitar riffs and thundering drums against an unleashed violin and gorgeous string parts as well as the perfect blending of epic progressive and intense extreme metal forms of expression are all marking a new peak in the steep rise of the band.
Ne Obliviscaris - Intra Venus
Ne Obliviscaris - Urn (Part I) - And Within the Void We Are Breathless
Ne Obliviscaris – Curator
Ne Obliviscaris - Devour Me Colossus (Part I): Blackholes