No, it's not only Amon Amarth and Unleashed who can make themselves heard in the world of Viking metal. German Obscurity have been around since the end of the nineties and certainly know how to yield a battle axe, too.
If you want to compare (and you often have to), I'd say that Obscurity are probably closer to Unleashed in as much as there is definitely a touch of black metal in the sound and expression of the Germans, although they've thrown in a heavy slap of melodic death metal as well. Which is a good thing, mind you. Otherwise I probably wouldn't be able to listen to 'Vintar' more than once - and this is certainly not the case.
Although the recipe for the most part is full speed ahead for the Germans, there is room for variation in both tempo and mood, and even without keyboards and other gimmicks, Obscurity manage to convey lots of atmosphere.
All in all a powerful release from Obscurity, which fans of Viking metal can easily sink their teeth into.