OCEANS OF SADNESS To Enter Studio In March
Vocalist Tijs Vanneste of Belgian progressive metallers OCEANS OF SADNESS has issued the following update:
"At this time we've finished about 75% of the new material for a fifth album and you may call us fools if these songs don't rock like burning hell! This is again a big step in the unpredictable evolution of your favourite Belgian brass band.
"In the second half of March 2008 we'll pay the smelliest of smelly, Sir Jens Bogren at Fascination Street studios in Örebro, Sweden another visit in his dark cave and won't return to civilization before we clensed our souls from every possible stain. But before that we'll be doing two more supports for EPICA in The Netherlands and in February we'll do three headlining shows in Italy."
Upcoming OCEANS OF SADNESS shows:
Jan. 18 - Bibelot Dordrecht NL (w/ EPICA)
Jan. 25 - Burgerweeshuis Deventer NL (w/ EPICA)
Feb. 07 - Pieffe Factory, Lucinico IT
Feb. 08 - Music Drome, Milano IT
Feb. 09 - United Club, Torino IT
Watch OCEANS OF SADNESS's video for the song "Pride and Shame" (taken from 2007's "Mirror Palace"):
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