Draft:Oblivion

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Summary[edit]

Oblivion is an American thrash metal band formed in 1984 in Toms River, New Jersey and is the first known band to use the name Oblivion. Oblivion received regular air-play on radio: WSOU, WTSR, WFMN, WNYC, WRRC, WEOS, Alpha (Italy), Toestel (Belgium), Equinox (Belgium) and numerous other radio stations during its core years between 1984 through 1992. On September 9, 2016 Oblivion released its Double CD “Cyclogenesis: Songs for Armageddon”[1] a double CD through Tribunal Records’ subsidiary label Divebomb Records. The release has garnered positive reviews globally by Metal Temple[2], The Metal Crypt[3], Heavy Metal History ”[4]and many more.

Members[edit]

Current Members[edit]

  • Mike Sica - (formerly in Fallacy, Sublimation, 4 Disorder, Cyprus, Co-Factor), currently in Solace, Despairadisio and Johnny Pipe
  • Dave Gutierrez - (formerly in Lethal Aggression, Mental Abuse, Total F*cking Noise, Social Decay), currently in Despairadisio
  • George Machuga (formerly in Chum Bucket, 3 Legged Bitch)
  • Bob Petrosino (formerly in Hate Wagon, Minus-Us and Kundt), currently in RagStew
  • Chris Kelly - (formerly in Orphans, Fallacy, Technikill, Minus-Us, Johnny Pipe, Temporary Grace), currently in Of Blood and Salt
  • Santo Dibenedetto - (formerly in Delirium Tremens), currently in 44 Fridays and actively supports his daughter's musical aspirations in Just Kait[5] and 18th & Addison

Past Members[edit]

Guitarists:

  • David Fesette (formerly in David Fesette Solo Projects, Donna Rose)
  • Frank Bonanno (formerly in Technikill, Storm Warning and Seventh Sacrament)
  • Tom Picciotti - is an electrical engineer
  • Charlie Alaimo - (formerly in The Fuzz (a cover band featuring all cops)), currently in Raftree Band

Percussionists:

  • John Proveaux - (formerly in Solace, THC, Voodoo Vibe)
  • Dom Petrocelli (currently in Nemora, At Rest)
  • Joe Farley is deceased – (formerly in Breakdown)
  • Dave Jones

Bassist:

Discography[edit]

  • Oblivion[6] - 1985
  • Intention To Kill[7] - 1986
  • Back To Maim[8] - 1987 (Featured in Metal Evolution ep. 106 VH1 Classic)
  • Intoxicated With Agony!![9] - 1988
  • War Gives Me Peace of Mind?[10] - 1988
  • Why Did Johnny Kill?[11] - 1989
  • Contentes Under Pressure[12] - 1990
  • Resurrection (Remixed)[13] - 2009
  • Cyclogenesis: Songs for Armageddon[14] - 2016

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Oblivion. Cyclogenesis: Songs for Armageddon".
  2. ^ "Oblivion - Cyclogenesis: Songs for Armageddon review".}}
  3. ^ "The Metal Crypt Review of Oblivion - Cyclogenesis: Songs for Armageddon".
  4. ^ "Heavy Metal History The Podcast".
  5. ^ "MTV Viacom. Just Kait. Oblivion". Retrieved 25 August 2013.
  6. ^ "Encyclopaedia Metallum. Oblivion. Oblivion". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Metal Archives.com. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  7. ^ "Encyclopaedia Metallum. Oblivion. Intention to Kill". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Metal Archives.com. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  8. ^ "Encyclopaedia Metallum. Oblivion. Back to Maim". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Metal Archives.com. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  9. ^ "Encyclopaedia Metallum. Oblivion. Intoxicated with Agony!!". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Metal Archives.com. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  10. ^ "Encyclopaedia Metallum. Oblivion. War Gives Me Peace of Mind?". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Metal Archives.com. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  11. ^ "Encyclopaedia Metallum. Oblivion. Why Did Johnny Kill?<". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Metal Archives.com. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  12. ^ "Encyclopaedia Metallum. Oblivion. Contents Under Pressure". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Metal Archives.com. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  13. ^ "Encyclopaedia Metallum. Oblivion. Resurrection". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Metal Archives.com. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  14. ^ "Oblivion. Cyclogenesis: Songs for Armageddon".

Koetsch, Dustin (2018). Heavy Metal History The Podcast - Oblivion - Cyclogenesis: Songs for Armageddon. https://www.heavymetalhistorypodcast.com/reviews/2018/1/20/cyclogenesis

External links[edit]

Category:Heavy metal musical groups from New Jersey Category:American thrash metal musical groups Category:Thrash metal musical groups Category:Musical groups established in 1984 Category:Musical quintets