New Oceans Red EP
2013-10-01 by dbilidb | 4 Comments

Ukraine-based band Oceans Red, formerly known as Make Me Famous, have released a new EP, entitled Hold Your Breath. The EP is currently available for free download. It also can be purchased at iTunes on October 15th.

Download the EP here: www.facebook.com/oceansredofficial/posts/566021206784789

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nononsense
October 1st 2013

3263 Comments


Awful. Absolutely awful.

Digging: For The Fallen Dreams - Heavy Hearts

emeraldisland
October 3rd 2013

1 Comments


this is fucktastic !!!

c0nf1n3d
October 4th 2013

269 Comments


One of the weirdest albums I've heard all year, possibly ever. They're not even really a 'metal' band, hardly. Over 50% of the album are computer-generated production melodies and sounds.

Is it better than Make Me Famous? You bet. Is it good, though? Nope.

Pyrodude53
April 12th 2014

1 Comments


Not bad. Not terrific but it's not a bad way to start off your career. Better than Make Me Famous? Absolutely NOT. But still pretty descent



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