Welcome Oblivion is an album release by How To Destroy Angels. It is the band's first full-length release and their third release in all. It was released by Columbia Records on March 5th, 2013. It is labeled as Sigil 4. Rob Sheridan describes the album's concept as "anxiety of information overload as humanity and technology converge and presenting technological singularity and post-humanism as both a terrifying and transformative moment for mankind and nature."
Astor Piazzolla belongs to Buenos Aires and to the whole world as well. His music has that secret, that intangible charm and that dose of magic it takes to fascinate musicians and non-musicians alike, whatever their own styles and wherever they come from. His sharply-accented melodies and his lively, persistent rhythms with their ferocious attacks capture you and sweep you along. Then suddenly all that sonic aggression calms down in a slow section and his lyricism, his inexorable melodies, hit you inside. It's the tango, and it goes straight to the soul.
Born and raised in the deep woods near Mainz, Germany, Tobias Lorsbach is a producer, sound-designer, composer, re-mixer, DJ and mastering-engineer involved in a number of projects and genres. Having contributed to several compilations and one collaborative album on Archives under the alias of Logic Moon he offers his first full-length solo album on the label in the form of Oblivion, a deep and expansive collection of cerebral ambient explorations ornately detailed with an expressive variety of textures and field recordings. Personal highlights here include the moody atmospherics of "Bergen", the blue meditations of "Buried in Time", and the otherworldly "Another Earth".