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Feature in Ars Umbra, by Ester Segarra

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Obsidian Kingdom - Ars Umbra, by Ester Segarra

This glorious picture of our naked bodies has been featured in Ars Umbra – the ultimate anthology of extreme Metal photography portraying the lifetime’s work of our dear Ester Segarra.

The book, co-designed by our also dear Branca Studio, contains over 150 photographs of the likes of Ghost, Watain, Electric Wizard, Mayhem et al. and also features an original soundtrack composed ad hoc by Uno Bruniusson (ex-In Solitude).

It comes out tomorrow 6th of July via Season of Mist so if you’re into Metal, photography or male nudity, we strongly suggest that you get yourself a copy here!


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Earlier this year, the Rock I+D team came to us with a fantastic idea: a full Rock I+D issue curated by Obsidian Kingdom.

After many months of work, the result is magnificent: a literary adaptation of A YEAR WITH NO SUMMER in magazine format, with a splendid layout and appearances by 65daysofstatic, Altar of Plagues, Viva Belgrado, Jardin de la Croix, Necro Deathmort, Trono de Sangre, Jaime Gomez Arellano, Ester Segarra and Sergio Albert Avilés, dealing with various topics such as genre boundaries, social control through the entertainment industry or the psychological unstability inherent to artistic professions.

Plus, we appear naked in the centerfold.

You can read it here!

Obsidian Kingdom - Rock I+D curation

 Many thanks to all the team for this gift, and especially Xisco Garcia Cruz, Fernando Acero, Marina Morales, Marina Sky Walker and Maria Picassó for the memorable cover.

Back from Bloodstock Open Air 2014

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We would like to express our most sincere gratitude to the half a thousand gals and lads that made us feel (better than) at home this weekend at Bloodstock Festival. THANK YOU!

Obsidian Kingdom - Bloodstock Open Air 2014 by Ester Segarra

Enjoy a taste of it, as seen through the privileged eye of Ester Segarra.