Obiat

Obiat

A good example of the European Union in action through music, the band Obiat were originally formed in Poland (town of Szczecin, to be precise) by native guitarist Rafal Reutt and bassist Alessandro Nervo, before relocating to London, England, in the late '90s and hooking up with British drummer Neil Dawson and Hungarian-born singer Lazlo Pallagi. Their music, on the other hand, often seems born of another world entirely, as subsequent albums Accidentally Making Enemies (2002) and Emotionally Driven Disturbulance (2005) covered a diverse and unpredictable swath of sounds ranging from stoner/doom metal, to artsy prog, to psychedelia and space rock. This trend of avoiding trends carried on into the band's third album (and first for America's Small Stone label), Eye Tree Pi, which arrive on Planet Earth in September 2009.

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Take Me Back