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With a new line-up in place, new ideas and influences would be further incorporated into the band's sound. It became clear that OCEANO needed to evolve from its grindcore roots into something completely against the grain - something new and unexpected. That's when guitarist, Andrew Mikhail and bassist, Kevin Colabuono unleashed their secret weapon - Drop-A tuning. A signature of theirs ... Read more in Amazon's Oceano Store

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  • Audio CD (7 April 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Colour, Import
  • Label: Earache Records
  • ASIN: B001Q8FSUW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 610,123 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Descent
2. Inhuman Aflication
3. A Mandatory Sacrifice
4. Samael The Destroyer
5. Fractured Frames, Scattered Flesh
6. Disgust For Your Kind
7. Depths
8. District Of Misery
9. With Legions...
10. Slaughtered Like Swine
11. Empathy For Leviathan
12. Plague Campaign
13. Abysm
14. Involuntary Demoralization (bonus track)
15. Orificial Execution (bonus track)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mark J. Mccarroll on 26 May 2009
Format: Audio CD
This album is heavier than an industrial cement mixer-

As part of the 'Deathcore' genre that i take with a pinch of salt,this band stands out to a degree with their almost entirely own sound.

Very tight blast beats are quickly contrasted with discordant breakdowns,reminiscent of the acacia strain and emmure's recent work.Gutteral vocals with some range are present but the real trick is the eerie guitar sounds they create which sounds atmospheric to say the least.For once in metal,the sound of this album more than lives up to the concept depicted on the album cover.

The DVD that comes with the album is fairly short and not very specific to anything although i did learn that the vocalist looks like Danny Glover.For a more interesting watch i suggest you check out the bands video for 'District of Misery'.This is one of the real stand out tracks on the album and displays the flawless brutality that they are capable of.

A must but for anyone looking for something that is so heavy that it will form you into a bit of furniture.

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Amazon.com: 12 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Epic, heavy, brutal deathcore. 8 April 2009
By Ryan Farwell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'm not a huge fan of the deathcore genre. It all sounds the same to me. Not only does Ocean break the mold, but it beats the living crap out of it. The production that went in to this album really shines through. There's really not much to say about this album other than I can listen to it all the way through without the urge to change songs. If you're a fan of heavy, brutal death metal, you would be a fool not to own this.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
One reason to listen to Deathcore 22 May 2009
By Cody Burnett - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yes for all you deathcore haters,another deathcore band has come onto the
scene to lay waste to everything and everyone.The one exception to this is Chicargo's Oceano seem to have everything right.Lead by Adam Warren's brutal voice,Andrew Mikhail and Jeremy Carroll's shredding riffs,Daniel Terchin pounding double bass drumming,and finally Jason Jones droning bassline this band shows promise.The one thing that may turn people off would be how at some points Depths sounds a(n) awful like This Is Exile from Whitechapel.Don't let that turn you off from this metal gem by this talented young group's masterful debut.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
BRUTAL!!!! 13 April 2009
By Frank Rini - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yes this is deathcore and if you don't like the genre than that's fine, but why buy something when you already know what direction it is. I mean the band's disclaimer for the last year is the "most pissed off deathcore band in the world"-so to think you're getting melodic death metal or something else would be foolish. With that being said I will agree w/some other internet reviews in that the sound is similiar to Whitechapel's "This is Exile"-which is a good thing since Whitechapel are an excellent band. Oceano have downtuned guitars and lots of smashmouth slam breaks. The vocals have the typical deathcore screams and lows-but this is deathcore and Oceano are not trying to be something they're not. It's brutal, has constant blastbeats, but it's not devoid of melody-there is some. They're are 2 instumentals on the cd and if you get the bonus edition from Earache-it has 2 extra songs, which make up for the instrumentals, plus a bonus dvd of the band. I love the use of bass drops on this cd, they are the loudest of the deathcore bunch, and every song has several. The bass drops will mow all posers down and have you begging for your life. Oceano don't really add anything new to the genre, however they do what they do extremelly well and have come up w/an excellent produced death metal cd. Will it be considered a classic down the road, probably not, but in my book they crush and hope to see them live one day. If you're a fan of the deathcore genre this is a must have, if you're hyper critical of heavy brutal music-just stay the hell away and listen to your cheesy trivium or children of bodom.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This Cd Will Make You Go Crazy In A Good Way! 11 Jun. 2009
By Elizabeth Wonderham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Just from the first song on this cd, Inhuman Affliction I knew right from then this is my Whitechapel for 2009. I'm not saying Oceano sounds like Whitechapel, I am saying Oceano has the potential to be the Death Metal cd of the year. This band prepares me for destruction, and a must see live band in 2009. The cd will have you going out of your mind. This is a must have cd of 2009. If you don't have this cd you are missing out on the Death Metal cd of 2009.
Not traditional... 28 May 2010
By Luke - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Oceano is a different sort of deathcore. Most deathcore revolves around fast playing and brutal breakdowns, with a mix of fantasy lyrics with a bit of death metal. The thing about Oceano that sets them apart from most deathcore is that the band isn't really fast. Most songs are mid tempo, and the first real song, Inhuman Affliction, plods along but never really speeds up to what we all know as deathcore. Unlike Winds Of Plague, who play fast and hard, Oceano just plays hard but rarely ever plays fast. The drums are fast, of course, but the guitars like to just plod along. It's not a bad thing, it's just not the best. But regardless of that fact, I really do love the singers voice. He has a death scream that is brutal as all hell, and his high shriek is to die for. The only reason I give this CD four stars is because it is rather hard to tell one song from the next upon first listen. They pretty much all start the same and have relatively the same song structure, so it's difficult to tell song two from song ten. Other than that, it's a pretty good CD from a band that shows a lot of potential.
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