|Ocean Is Theory debut LP|
2012-11-20 by iGuter | 15 Replies | 938 Views
After releasing three EPs and opening for big acts like Manchester Orchestra and o'brother; Atlanta's Ocean Is Theory will be releasing their debut album on December 16th through Razor & Tie Records. The album can be pre-ordered on MerchNow.
damn it, name sounded like a post-metal band
Digging: Deafheaven - Sunbather
I just fixed the picture, should be something new later.
Digging: The Front Bottoms - Talon of the Hawk
wow, they have skinny legs.
Digging: Supercell - Today is a Beautiful Day
Digging: Quasimoto - Yessir Whatever
Ugh, I'm too lazy to click it. Are they any good? Haven't really heard anything from these guys.
This could be great, could be eh. Hoping for great, they're good live
In My Blood Again was okay. I'll probably check this out.
Digging: TesseracT - Altered State
There debut EP was great, I don't know why they've heading for this post punk stuff.
Cool man. Their EPs were solid.
Digging: Baths - Obsidian
This band is great. I personally know their singer Josh (and former guitarist Alex), we all used to go to the same church and he was in the same class as my younger brother too. I'm kind of glad they've left the whole post-emo thing behind.
I wish their bassist was more interesting, but other than that, these guys are really good. I expect the LP is going to rock, though it certainly took them long enough to release it.
Huh. Either everyone has went to church with these guys, or by chance I stumbled across your Youtube comment
I looked up More Than Conquerors and it wasn't bad, per se, but predictable especially the chorus. They could end up making a cool lp
Heh, it probably was me.
That song wasn't one of my favorites from the debut EP, and they've grown a lot since then. I wish they'd go ahead and get up a track list from the new record.
I really liked their Future Fears EP and I've seen them live once or twice, so I'm definitely anticipating this. Their Conversations with Santa EP will my on my holiday playlist this year as well.