The Infinite Corridors Of Time

by Obrero

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After the critically acclaimed first album, Obrero are exploring deeper into the realms of the obscure 70's rock/psych territory while still standing fast to their 80's metal roots of doom, heavy metal and stoner rock. And again they have the vocal delivery of Martin Missy as the cherry on top, a vocal delivery that has something weird and unique to it, like a magic mixture of Bobby Liebling. Lee Dorrian and John Garcia, turning from a full-throated howling animal to a ghastly, almost eerie master of ceremonies in seconds.

To put it simply if you want your music to be challenging, Obrero is your choice.

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released January 31, 2015

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Obrero Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm-based Doom-rockers with the roots in Metal.

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