In 2010 Oblivious Signal announced securing management from the infamous John Tovar (The Mavericks, Marilyn Manson) putting them on a track of playing major events and festivals, radio airplay, and considering a 2011 South American tour.
Lead guitarist and founding member Nick Orisino has surrounded himself with professional musicians to form a kind of super group including former pop vocalist Cristina T. Feliciano, whose Puerto Rican herritage allows her to sing in both English and Spanish, opening them up to broader audiences and increasing numbers of fans worldwide. Completing the line up are bassist Greg Andrews and drummer Rick Cabrera.
Feliciano is an accomplished touring musician, a dynamic vocalist, and music vlogger, sponsored by high end equipment companies Heil Mics and Nady Systems.
Notable shows include: Rock the Planet Festival at Revolution Live, Florida Power Metal Fest, Femme Fest, and Hot Topic In-Store Performances, a performance all in Spanish at the Bayside Marina Stage in Miami, and the Atlantic Records Showcase at Miami Music Fest. They have opened for some of the heaviest names on the scene including Ekotren, Jump Suit Aparatus's drummer's side project, The Material, Hilary McRrae, Circle II Circle and alongside of members of Testament.
While Oblivious Signal's 2008 demo featured Feliciano's metal screams, the new music is instead a melodic metal. Songs from 2010's Into The Night still featuring heavy riffs, but the screams have been replaced with strong edgy vocals and smoky sensuous hooks.
A limited number of copies of the band's full length Into The Night are still available via iTunes. Oblivious Signal is currently in studio laying down tracks for their upcoming sophomore album.
Interviews with Orisino and Feliciano can be seen in Guitarist International; For The Sound; I Am The Trend; Metaladies.com; Outsider Vocals; Pop Culture Monster; Target Audience Magazine; and scores of others.
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