Oblivion Her Majesty

Local Series

Oblivion Her Majesty

Split Pistols, Sara James

Fri / May 18, 2018

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 9:30 pm)


Off Sale

Our Local Series is a monthly series that showcases original artists from the South Jersey/Philadelphia area. We believe in supporting local talent and providing up & coming artists with the ability to perform in our unique space.

Kathedral Event Center is currently a BYOB venue - beer & wine only. We reserve the right to check ID and coolers. Any prohibited items will be confiscated. Any unruly patrons will be asked to leave.

Concessions & artist merchandise will be available for sale before, during, and after tonight’s performance. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to show time. For handicap accessibility information, click here.

Tickets can be purchased by calling us at 856-685-6664, or online.

Oblivion Her Majesty
Oblivion Her Majesty
The sound of dynamic art rock band Oblivion Her Majesty was born in an
unfinished basement in the heart of southern New Jersey. In 2015, frequent jam
sessions between three friends eventually turned into a six-piece band that now
consists of Will Schmidt (guitar/vocals), Mike Lombardo (drums), Sydney Di
Bernardo (vocals), Jake Durante-Koller (keyboard/vocals), Adam Federbusch
(guitar) and Rachel Bello (bass).
Rooted in both classic and modern rock, metal, synth-pop and even
classical/romantic era styles, OHM’s sound palette spans the spectrum between
heavy progressive rock textures, beautiful ballads, and experimental electronic
music. When the band began, its members took a rather unorthodox approach to the
writing process. First came a fictional story, which was written as a movie plot. The
music was then created as a soundtrack to the story.
In 2016, the band met newly graduated audio engineer, Matt Ticcino, who
brought them to Milkboy the Studio in Philadelphia to record their first concept
album, Hopeless Masterminds. That summer, whenever they weren’t recording, the
band gigged around the Greater Philadelphia area, frequenting venues such as the
Trocadero and World Café Live. On March 19 th , 2018, OHM released their first self-
titled EP, featuring three songs from their upcoming album.
Hopeless Masterminds is set to debut in January of 2019.
Venue Information:
Kathedral Event Center
499 S Egg Harbor Road
Hammonton, NJ, 08037