Ne Obliviscaris in Latin means "forget not"
Ne Obliviscaris are a six-piece heavy metal band from Melbourne Australia that formed in April 2003.
To date, the band has released a demo, two extended plays and three studio albums. Their most recent album, Urn, was released on 27 October 2017.
In 2007 the band released The Aurora Veil as a demo. It featured three songs which would later appear on their debut album called
Portal of I, which was the first full-length album by the band, released 7 May 2012.
When Ne Obliviscaris released their 2nd full length album Urn on 27 October 2017, they also released a music video for the track "Intra Venus"
Last night Ne Obliviscaris played at The Manning Bar, playing 8 of there songs. When the Lights where out and violin started playing Ne Obliviscaris came on stage one by one and started playing the song Libera (Part I): Saturnine Spheres. They then went straight into the next song titled And Plague Flowers the Kaleidoscope Drum.
Xenoyr said to the crowd "We put out a new song called Intra Venus" everyone held their hands up and started clapping in time then he said "everyone make some noise!" and everyone cheered and started head banging to their new song Intra Venus. They continue to play Painters of the Tempest (Part II): Triptych Lux and Eyrie straight after.
Tim Charles said "so, sometimes when I'm on stage I sing along to the guitar solos, so the people singing along to the guitar solos! You are my people thank you so much for coming out tonight! You guys have been absolutely incredible!" They then played Urn (Part I): And Within the Void We Are Breathless and Urn (Part II): As Embers Dance in Our Eyes.
Thank you for coming tonight we know we don't come here that often, even though we do live in Melbourne we will try and come back every year! This is our last song Devour Me, Colossus (Part I): Blackholes.