Tag: Hikari

Playthrough: “Hikari” from Oceans Ate Alaska!

Oceans Ate Alaska sticksman Chris Turner talks drum theory during this playthrough from sponsors Sabian of “Hikari” from the bands album of the same name. It’s on Fearless Records and there is also the option for an instrumental version of the beast. Check out our review!

NEWS: Oceans Ate Alaska release new video for “Covert”!

Having recently completed a pair of sold out shows as park of their Japanese tour, Birmingham Tech-Metallers Oceans Ate Alaska have released a new live music video for “Covert” that looks as if it was filmed in Australia. The song comes ahead of a new US run for the Fearless Records signed band and is

Review: “Hikari” by Oceans Ate Alaska

In December 2016 Birmingham Tech-Metallers Oceans Ate Alaska announced the departure of original frontman James Harrison alongside the news that they were going into the studio to record a new album. It wasn’t until 1st February, with the album completed, that they announced their new vocalist as James Noakes, formerly of Derby Metalcore quintet Laguna Sunrise,

Playthrough: Drums for “Hansha” from Oceans Ate Alaska!

Oceans Ate Alaska drummer Chris Turner has been recorded performing a drum playthrough of the bands song “Hansha” from their Fearless Records release “Hikari”. The Midlands Tech-Metal quintet will be touring across the UK in July with Kingdom of Giants on what will sadly be the last run for Shields. You can read more about that

The Black Map: #4 Oceans Ate Alaska from Birmingham!

Part #4 of our Metal journey around The Black Map of UK cities takes us from Sunderland to the Midlands. The city of Birmingham has been home to genre crossing Tech-Metallers Oceans Ate Alaska. Progressive Metalcore is what some have described them as but we prefer the description afforded to them by their label, Fearless

Bootleg: Oceans Ate Alaska live at the Hoosier Dome!

And the final offering from the Hoosier Dome show with Wage War, a pair from Birmingham Tech Metal band Oceans Ate Alaska, courtesy of MoshPitTV. Both songs are from the bands summer released album “Hikari” out via Fearless Records. The album is the first with new vocalist Jake Noakes.

NEWS: Oceans Ate Alaska release instrumental version of “Hansha”

For anyone not in love with their new vocalist, Oceans Ate Alaska have dropped an instrumental version of “Hansha” from their current album “Hikari” which is out now via Fearless Records. The cut is part of Fearless Records “Instrumental Editions” campaign which sees many bands full back catalogue being released in this format.