Obscure’s Maajhraate Chand has risen

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Obscure_Maajh Raate Chand

Finally the most awaited album of the most famous rock group of BangladeshObscure has been released. The album, titled “Maajhraate Chand” (Moon at Midnight) has been launched yesterday, July-07, 2015 at around 2 p.m. at the Dream Desk studio. The occasion was celebrated with all the friends and families of the band. Among them were the notable actress and singer Shimul Yousuf, sound mixing and mastering expert Mishaal Kabir (who has worked in the album), and  Nazmul Haque Bhuiyan (Khaled) the owner of the record label G-Series and Agniveena, the latter has released the album.

During the ceremony, vocalist Sayed Hasan Tipu said, “I am thrilled and satisfied, Most importantly the band is happy to announce that we have recorded three songs about Bangladesh. They are Pita, Tista and Desh Char Rajakar.


This is the first album of Obscure to feature notable guitarist Rubayet Choudhury. During a long chat with Mega Insane, he said, “I am quite honored to play with such a great band. I hope that people will listen to our album and trust me, they won’t turn their heads away.”
The band has also expressed their fear of audio piracy and how it will put an effect on their album. So they have requested everyone “BUY THEIR ALBUM!!”


Speaking of buying, fans on abroad can buy the album on Amazon. Just follow the given link and you will get the rest.


The album contain the following tracks:

1) Kodomful
2) Ovimani
3) Majhraaate Chand
4) Holud Khaam
5) Bhul
6) Raater Taara
7) Bhalobasha Tumi

   Obscure O Desh
8) Pita
9) Tista
10) Desh Chaar Rajakar

Obscure line-up:
Sayed Hasan Tipu – vocal
Rinku – drums
Shawon – keyboards
Shanto – guitars
Rubayet Chowdhury – guitars
Raajue – bass
Rajib Hossain – guitars on Tista and Desh Char Rajakar

For more information visit the following pages.
Obscure: www.obscurebd.com
Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/bdobscure?fref=ts

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Started listening to music from the early age. Fell in love on Rock, Metal and other related genres on late 2005. Started practicing guitar from 2007. Formed a band called Lost Prophecy back 2010 but didn’t last long. Planned to make music magazine of international quality in Bangladesh on 2009/10. Finally, turned the dream into reality on 2015.

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