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Browsing the "Oceans Of Slumber" Tag

Gig Review: Swallow The Sun / Oceans of Slumber / Aeonian Sorrow – The Underworld (6th May 2019)

Swallow The Sun recently released their new album When A Shadow Is Forced Into The Light to some pretty impressive reviews from both fans and the media alike. To celebrate the release, the band toured the US with Children of Bodom [...]

May 17, 2019 Gig Reviews

Gig Review: Epica / Myrkur / Oceans of Slumber, O2 Forum Kentish Town (13 April 2018)

Dutch symphonic metal titans Epica brought their epic (pun intended) live show to the O2 Forum in Kentish Town in the last their six-date UK tour in support of their latest EP The Solace System. The queue snaked around the [...]

April 15, 2018 Gig Reviews

Album Review: Oceans of Slumber – The Banished Heart

This is going to be an attempt at a vaguely experimental type of review – no references to songs or other bands! Aside from the possibility that this may end up being massively annoying to you lovely readers, is it [...]

February 24, 2018 Album Reviews

Video Roundup: Alice Cooper, Table Scraps, Hey Gigantic, Edenthorn, Fleurety, Oceans Of Slumber

As with every Friday, we suffered a sudden deluge of video loveliness at the last minute so I’m ensuring we get a handful out tonight before we play catchup over the weekend… Alice Cooper – “The Sound Of A” “The [...]

December 15, 2017 Videos

Thursday Video Roundup: Formicarius, The Vigil, Oceans of Slumber, SIBIIR

Watching Arrow, ploughing through email box, picking today’s lucky four… Formicarius – “Lake Of The Dead” Following on from the exciting news of the return of Music For Nations’ Speed Kills series, is a video from one of the acts featuring [...]

November 3, 2016 Videos

Ne Obliviscaris, Oceans of Slumber, Splintered Halo – ABC 2, Glasgow (6th October 2016)

As with all genres, there is always one band which surpasses all expectations and blow you away with everything they have. This band, for me, is Ne Obliviscaris when it comes to progressive/melodic death metal. Sadly, they don’t come by [...]

October 13, 2016 Gig Reviews