Oceana reform
2009-11-08 by Alex Harris | 11 Comments

Florida based Post-hardcore band Oceana have reportedly reformed. after breaking up in mid June. the band have decided to get back together, as stated on a myspace bulletin posted by the band:

http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=29678580&b logId=517034296

"After a few months of thought and ton of discussions, we (Denny, Jack, Brennan) have decided to bring our true love back to life. Rob and Alex have decided to take a different route on the road of life and we support them in their decisions and are still best friends with no hard feelings. With these losses, we would love to welcome our newest member of the OCEANA family - our new bassist (Kolby Cridder.) So for all of you who are fans new or old, thank you for your continued support during our broken up period of time. We Love you all and hope to see you soon."

The band are also releasing a music video for their song "the family disease" which is due out on the 10th of November.

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Band Page: Polyenso

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WhiteTieBlackJacket
November 9th 2009

792 Comments


ew, really?

marksellsuswallets
November 9th 2009

4848 Comments


Maybe they'll change things up with the new members and stuff. Kind of doubt it though.

thewretchedfew
November 9th 2009

117 Comments


hah well that was a short break.

these guys are pretty cool though i hope their next release is less abortiony

poweroftheweez
November 9th 2009

1290 Comments


we can dream.

Bitstream
November 9th 2009

296 Comments


I still remember thinking Mindless Mindless was the best song ever... Eugh...

Carnifex
November 9th 2009

1918 Comments


I love The Tide, Birth.Eater not so much. Meh.

Comatorium.
November 9th 2009

4106 Comments


YES YES YES.

bloc
November 9th 2009

34790 Comments


cool

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fromtheinside
November 9th 2009

18097 Comments


yo, carnifex birth.eater is where these guys found their stride. really happy to hear this, as its clear they've got potential.

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Carnifex
November 9th 2009

1918 Comments


Eh I preferred the vocals greatly on The Tide and the overall sound they had at the time over Birth.Eater's.

soap91
December 24th 2009

125 Comments


The Tide was a pretty unique album. Birth.Eather was too, but not so much in a good way. Their guitar work was really dumbed down and their now harsh vocalist was meh.. I did like the concept idea though, showed they had great song writing ability and weren't simply shooting lyrics out of their asses.



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