The Ocean Stream New Track
2013-03-11 by RedTravis713 | 54 Comments
German metal act The Ocean are set to unleash a tidal wave in the form of new LP "Pelagial" via Metal Blade Records on on April 26th (GSA), April 29th (Europe) and April 30th (USA). In anticipation of the splash of the band's sixth studio LP, the new track "Bathyalpelagic II: The Wish in Dreams" is available and streaming here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_WkizMWOFpw

The Ocean is set to embark on a European tour with Cult of Luna in April and May.
Tagged: The Ocean

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DoubtGin
March 11th 2013
6754 Comments


sounds like Mastodon

Makemebad35
March 11th 2013
766 Comments


Ruled

InFiction
March 11th 2013
3715 Comments


Better than Mastodon.

Evreaia
March 11th 2013
4060 Comments


sounds like precambrian first disc.

with mastodon

Shuyin
March 11th 2013
12076 Comments


was k

Nikkolae
March 11th 2013
4877 Comments


fucking A!

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GringoSuave89
March 11th 2013
1058 Comments


pumped as hell

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fromtheinside
March 11th 2013
19196 Comments


not impressed. i don't know who got mastodon in my ocean but i don't like it

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JAV
March 11th 2013
1973 Comments


Promising

Ignimbrite
March 11th 2013
5511 Comments


lol "tidal wave"

Jruined
March 11th 2013
1301 Comments


It's enjoyable. If they plumb the depths they have on prior albums then I'm sure as a whole it'll be a great listen.

Jruined
March 11th 2013
1301 Comments


It also sounds like they mixed some Tool in their Mastodon at the end.


afergusonart
March 11th 2013
220 Comments


awesome.

fromtheinside
March 11th 2013
19196 Comments


is the album just 5 tracks?

this doesn't ring a very deep tonal vibe to me so until i hear those i wont speculate cause this shit certainly isn't the ocean.

oltnabrick
March 11th 2013
31645 Comments


Nickelback worship, negd

NecrogenicShrimp
March 11th 2013
71 Comments


@Jruined I thought the same thing about the end sounding like Tool.

NonApplicable
March 11th 2013
2013 Comments


sounds like Mastodon

That means nothing

NonApplicable
March 11th 2013
2013 Comments


Have you heard Mastodon? They sound different every album. This certainly doesn't sound like Crack the
Skye.

The song is a pretty shameless Leviathan and Aenima rip off. It's really awesome though.

NonApplicable
March 11th 2013
2013 Comments


Are you fucking kidding me?

CrimsonLies
March 11th 2013
2045 Comments


Pretty good song but I think the instrumental version will do more justice.
Looking forward to listening to the album as a whole.

ChuckyTruant
March 11th 2013
15725 Comments


hehehehehehhehe

on a side note Nico from WFAHM used to be in this band

fromtheinside
March 11th 2013
19196 Comments


lol

NonApplicable
March 11th 2013
2013 Comments


Christ... Logic is lost on people like Potato

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 11th 2013
21841 Comments


Pretty cool

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NonApplicable
March 11th 2013
2013 Comments


@Potato

Listen to Crusher Destroyer(Remission) then listen to Creature Lives(The Hunter). Tell me that shit
sounds the same.

That's it! I'm done indulging in your moronic behavior.

MunsuLight
March 11th 2013
567 Comments


Once a time I agree with potato.. This really sounds like Mastodon on some parts.. Don't know what to
think about the track.. Maybe with more listens, it will grow.. Sure Mastodon evolved but to deny the
influence of them on this track is being "ear-blind"

Essence
March 11th 2013
3595 Comments


classic potato

pedro70512
March 11th 2013
3654 Comments


as long as it sounds like 2000-2009 Mastodon I'm perfectly happy with that.

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FearThyEvil
March 11th 2013
12773 Comments


Listen to Crusher Destroyer(Remission) then listen to Creature Lives(The Hunter). Tell me that shit
sounds the same.


From their first album to their very newest is your best example of difference of sound? Mastodon has never done anything new with their sound EXCEPT on The Hunter which is hands down their weakest release.

conesmoke
March 11th 2013
5297 Comments


I enjoyed that song. Will probs check out when it's released.

GringoSuave89
March 11th 2013
1058 Comments


To whoever mentioned it, this is track 4 of 11 or so. Still have plenty of heaviness to come.

NonApplicable
March 11th 2013
2013 Comments


Mastodon has never done anything new with their sound EXCEPT on The Hunter which is hands down
their weakest release.


Crack the Skye and the rest of their releases sound significantly different to Remission. I have no
idea how people can dispute that with a straight face.

Hint* Every time Mastodon announce a new album half the comments are about how the band should return
to their Laviathan era sound.

The quality of The Hunter has nothing to do with stylistic changes.

CrimsonLies
March 11th 2013
2045 Comments


11 tracks, dam. I hope the transactions work out, was kind of hoping to be something like 5 long tracks, as long as it's consistent I guess.

fromtheinside
March 11th 2013
19196 Comments


this kid is a lame pretty hard

NonApplicable
March 11th 2013
2013 Comments


I'm hoping this is better than The Ocean's 2010 albums. I like batches of the songs, but not it wasn't
consistent IMO.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 11th 2013
21841 Comments


"To whoever mentioned it, this is track 4 of 11 or so. Still have plenty of heaviness to come."

Thats good news. Cant wait to hear some of the later tracks

NonApplicable
March 11th 2013
2013 Comments


Please be more mature. You curse like a middle schooler. I'm actually trying to bring substance to this argument, but all you do is insult me.

who listens to one whole genre so of course the difference between leviathan and blood mountain seems relevant to you

Your right about me primarily listening to metal, but that has nothing to do with anything. While I don't claim to be an expert on anything, there is a reason why people invented sub genres. Besides, we ARE talking about a METAL band.

I'm sure I don't have to explain to you why it's relevant a band like The Ocean sound different than Fear Factory or The Dillinger Escape Plan.

RodTFD
March 11th 2013
102 Comments


more excited for the instrumental version.

CrimsonLies
March 11th 2013
2045 Comments


"more excited for the instrumental version."

Same

SarcasticBastard
March 11th 2013
164 Comments


Why is a Mastodon comparison being made as if it's something new? Precambrian-era Ocean already had lots of sonic overlap with Mastodon. Hell, Neoarchaean could almost be a Mastodon song.

halloway
March 11th 2013
684 Comments


This track didn't do it for me, surprisingly. :-

ShrillYell
March 12th 2013
258 Comments


This band has been getting staler since Precambrian... :'(

fromtheinside
March 12th 2013
19196 Comments


"Why is a Mastodon comparison being made as if it's something new? Precambrian-era Ocean already had lots of sonic overlap with Mastodon.'

no

GringoSuave89
March 12th 2013
1058 Comments


Here's the tracklist:
https://itunes.apple.com/album/id616886331

Amebix
March 12th 2013
240 Comments


great song, can't wait to pick up the CD.

HSThomas
March 12th 2013
668 Comments


I'm guess nothing more than a return to the Precambrian sound with absolutely no musical diversity will only satisfy the old fans. Band sucks regardless.

FearThyEvil
March 12th 2013
12773 Comments


It really does sound a lot like Mastodon which is giving me mixed feelings. I want something similar to Precambrian or Fluxion.

SarcasticBastard
March 12th 2013
164 Comments


@ fromtheinside

Neoarchaean - 1:12 riff could be written by Mastodon, 2:10 riff could be written by Mastodon, vocals
at 2:20 sound like Troy, 2:27 guitar work might as well be Mastodon, 2:35 = Remission sound... parts
repeat to end of song.

Yeah, I'm just that crazy for seeing Mastodon similarities in there. In fact, I'm probably the only
person who's ever heard them. Party of one. Good call.

oltnabrick
March 12th 2013
31645 Comments


what lol

botb
March 12th 2013
9781 Comments


miss the precambrian era of this band.

CrimsonLies
March 12th 2013
2045 Comments


Hoping the rest of the album has more of a Precambrian feel than centric, at least in terms of experimentation. This song wasn't all that amazing but if the rest sounds like the samples then I'll love this album (at least the instrumental version).

Thanntos
March 18th 2013
321 Comments


Fuck Precambrian, Aeolian was and still is 'The Oceans' best album.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 18th 2013
21841 Comments


It's right up there with Precambrian agreed

fromtheinside
March 18th 2013
19196 Comments


"@ fromtheinside

Neoarchaean - 1:12 riff could be written by Mastodon, 2:10 riff could be written by Mastodon, vocals
at 2:20 sound like Troy, 2:27 guitar work might as well be Mastodon, 2:35 = Remission sound... parts
repeat to end of song.

Yeah, I'm just that crazy for seeing Mastodon similarities in there. In fact, I'm probably the only
person who's ever heard them. Party of one. Good call."

thanks man



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