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Oblivion Myth / Press

“I really admire what you guys do.”

“Ray (LeGrand) is one of a dying breed; he's a singer who actually knows how to sing, and that's what we're missing in Heavy Metal these days. Check out Oblivion Myth, you can't beat it.”

“War Child is kick-ass with that typical ancient Metal heavy chugging undertone and pounds and pounds of guitars tearing up the sky with classic riffage. Vocals by frontman Ray LeGrand deliver a load of times past.”

“It seems like EVERYONE wants to hear Oblivion Myth's "War Child"”

“Oblivion Myth's "War Child" begins with blazing yet tasteful progressive metal riffs reminiscent of the great prog bands of the 80's and 90's while at the same time sounds fresh and new. The vocals kick in and provide the perfect ingredient for an in-your-face, we shall not be denied metal sound that has been sadly lacking in the music industry for far too long. Thank you, Oblivion Myth, for doing your part to bring back progressive metal \m/”

“Listening to 'War Child' by Oblivion Myth increased my heart rate, doubled my muscle mass, and made me want to throw on a Viking helmet and pillage the ends of the earth.......after this beer!”

“Oblivion Myth delivers that sound that all progressive metal lovers crave. These guys have some serious talent. Keith Smith and Chris Shelby make one hell of a guitar team, and with a rhythm section anchored by Patrick Nickell, one couldn't put together a better band. Add to that the vocal capabilities of Ray LeGrand and you have a progressive music machine that can't be beat!”

“04/02/2011 - The Muse, Nashville, TN : I was a little surprised, these two guitarists (Keith Smith and Chris Selby) are both outstanding and the band was fired up! Ray LeGrand has the pipes, Blake Dellinger the new bass player is a great addition to this band and Patrick Nickell is a great drummer, nice work Oblivion Myth. They were a really exciting band to watch and I will catch them again soon!”

“1/30/2011 -The Rutledge, Nashville A beautiful day for a metal show in the home of country music. The show included our buds in Oblivion Myth. Gotta say even without a bass player at the moment this band was on fire. Something special going on with them this night. Ray LeGrand is a welcome addition as the newest vocalist for this killer metal band. The guys are not only good players, but more importantly good dudes. Great job!!!”

“Making the trip from Nashville, OBLIVION MYTH were a seasoned bunch, with higher levels of professional and intensity... The band offered a sound rooted in traditional metal, yet straddling the line with thrash. During the –song set they aired ‘Into The Shadows’, ‘Mystique’ and the concluding ‘War Child’. Renditions of some of those tracks can be viewed on YouTube.”