OCEANO Announce New Album, Headline Tour

January 21, 2015, 9 years ago

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OCEANO Announce New Album, Headline Tour

Chicago deathcore heavyweights, Oceano, have revealed details for their upcoming new studio album, Ascendants.

The album is due to be released on March 23rd in Europe and March 24th in North America via Earche Records. This is Oceano's first new release since 2013's Incisions. The album was recorded at The Nook studio in New Lenox, Illinois with producer Nick Nativo (Monsters).

Oceano frontman Adam Warren comments: "This album is an evolution of our brand of heaviness. It is our most focussed release ever and contains a concept that elevates the band onto a higher plane. I want every Oceano fan old and new to be launched into an altered state and immerse themselves into discovering what Ascendants is all about."





"Transient Gateways"
"The World Engine"
"Dead Planet"
"The Taken"
"Dawn Of Descent"
"The Dulce Incident"
"Arc Of Creation"
"External Existence"

"Dead Planet":

Listen to Adam Warren discussing the ideas behind the album below:

Ascendants is available for pre-order now at this location. The album is also available for pre-order via iTunes, including an instant download of the track "Dawn Of Descent".

Don't miss Oceano on tour in support of their new album at the following shows:


16 - Erie, PA - Basement Transmissions
17 - Indianapolis, IN - Emerson Theater
18 - Newport, KY - Thompson House
19 - Sauget, IL - Pop's
20 - Tulsa, OK - The Vanguard
22 - Grand Prairie, TX - South By So What?!
23 - Houston, TX - Scout Bar
25 - Lake Worth, FL - Propaganda
26 - Tampa, FL - Local 662
27 - Jacksonville, FL - Burro Bar
28 - Fayetteville, NC - The Drunk Horse Pub
29 - Springfield, VA - Empire
30 - Patterson, NJ - The Wild Bull
31 - Amityville, NY - Amityville Music Hall


1 - Albany, NY - Bogie's
2 - Brooklyn, NY - M2 Brooklyn Asylum
3 - Rochester, NY - California Brew Haus
4 - Lakewood, OH - The Foundry




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