Tag: Oceans Ate Alaska

Live Review: Tech-Fest 10th Anniversary (Sunday)

It might be the final day of the final Tech-Fest or Simon Garrod and the team may simply be taking a break but today is one for making the most out of and leaving every ounce of energy in the pit. For that you need fuel so a can of Monster and a Firehouse burger

NEWS: Born Of Osiris announce three fresh UK shows this summer!

It should come as no surprise that American DJentlemen Born Of Osiris have announced a trio of shows upon our shores either side of their performance at this year’s incarnation of Tech-Fest. All three shows will find Midlands Massive Oceans Ate Alaska on board while the lesser spotted Paledusk will appear at two with further acts

NEWS: Oceans Ate Alaska make the Paradigm Shift?

Proving they still have what it takes to perform live, Birmingham Progressive Metalcore outfit Oceans Ate Alaska have danced with the Devil and given us a live rendition of the opening cut of their September released album “Disparity“. Shot and edited by TheCityIsOurs vocalist Oli Duncanson “Paradigm” finds returning original vocalist James Harrison front and

Interviews: Oceans Ate Alaska talk “Disparity” with Heavy New York!

Returning to the Oceans Ate Alaska fold after a four year absence for new album “Disparity” is the bands original vocalist James Harrison. He spoke to Heavy New York about the bands return to “fusing unpredictable polyrhythms and sporadic partnering of melodic and dissonant passages” as well as what it was like to come back

NEWS: Oceans Ate Alaska drop “Nova” and announce “Disparity”!

A third single in “Nova” from Birmingham Technical Metalcore quintet Oceans Ate Alaska has brought the news which we all expected, their new album titled “Disparity” which sees them rejoined by original vocalist James Harrison will drop on 1st September via Fearless Records. An eleven track affair it features a guest vocal appearance from Eric

NEWS: It’s an new dawn and a new day for Oceans Ate Alaska?

15 months after “Metamorph” marked the official return of James Harrison to Oceans Ate Alaska the band have given us a second single from their yet to be dated and titled third album. Fittingly it’s one called “New Dawn” and comes ahead of a run of September with the band will play a headlining run

NEWS: Oceans Ate Alaska break out of the studio in September?

April 2021 saw the Oceans Ate Alaska announce they were recording LP3 following single “Metamorph” and slowly but surely some European Festival shows and a June double header with Our Hollow Our Home and A Day To Remember have emerged for this summer. So it’s been a long time coming but it looks like we