OCEANS ATE ALASKA RELEASES NEW SINGLE AND MUSIC VIDEO FOR “VULTURES AND SHARKS”

Oceans_Ate_AlaskaBirmingham, UK’s Oceans Ate Alaska has premiered the chilling music video for their new single “Vultures and Sharks,” with the song available for purchase on iTunes. The track is featured on the band’s forthcoming debut album Lost Isles, set to release February 24th. Filmed in the United Kingdom, directors Adam Barker and Oliver Price of VideoInk looked to bring out the aggression heard throughout the song by playing off nature’s most destructive elements.

oceansvid1Lead vocalist James Harrison explains, “We had a ton of fun back in December shooting our video for V&S. We were soaking wet and freezing cold for the majority of it, which sure took it’s toll both mentally and physically. Artistically we wanted the video to coincide with the track lyrically, hence the rain, wind, and storms. Hopefully the finished product enriches those emotions contained within this song.”

oceansatecdLost Isles is available for pre-order digitally on iTunes featuring instant downloads of tracks “Blood Brothers,” “Floorboards,” “Vultures and Sharks,” and on MerchNow with several bundle options for fans. Visit OceansAteAlaska.co.uk for more information and to watch the video.

Oceans Ate Alaska is gearing up for their European tour in support to Chelsea Grin, set to kick off next week in Niemark, Germany on February 5th.

LOST ISLES TRACK LIST
1. Fourthirtytwo (Intro)
2. Blood Brothers
3. High Horse
4. Vultures and Sharks
5. Downsides
6. Floorboards
7. Linger
8. Equinox (Interlude)
9. Part of Something
10. Over the Edge
11. Entity
12. Lost Isles
13. Mirage

OCEANS ATE ALASKA – Stemming from Birmingham, UK, Oceans Ate Alaska is made up of James Harrison (Vocals), James Kennedy (Guitar), Adam Zytkiewicz (Guitar), Mike Stanton (Bass), and Chris Turner (Drums). The band offers a progressive strain of experimental modern metalcore that has gotten them noticed as one of metal’s most exciting and fresh young names. With music as unpredictable as it is expressive, the band found inspiration for their name from the world’s largest recorded mega-tsunami – measuring at 1,700 feet high – that demolished Alaska’s coastline in 1958. The band was attracted to the natural disaster’s national headline that read “Oceans Ate Alaska” where they decided to carry the name on a path to make their own history. By pushing sonic boundaries, Oceans Ate Alaska aim to take listeners on an emotional journey through unpredictable arrangements (both heavy and melodic), ruthless riffs, and unforgiving guttural vocals; setting an atmospheric landscape that showcases the band’s technical skill.

OCEANS ATE ALASKA TOUR DATES

EUROPEAN TOUR w/ CHELSEA GRIN
Feb 5 – Niemark, Germany @ Hirsch
Feb 6 – Koln, Germany @ Essigfabrik
Feb 7 – Leipzig, Germany @ Conne Island
Feb 8 – Warsaw, Poland @ Proxima
Feb 9 – Berlin, Germany @ Magnet
Feb 10 – Hamburg, Germany @ Logo
Feb 11 – Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Doomroosje
Feb 12 – Paris, France @ Nouveau Casino
Feb 13 – Brighton, United Kingdom @ Audio
Feb 14 – Manchester, United Kingdom @ Club Academy
Feb 15 – Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Classic Grand
Feb 16 – Birmingham, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy 2
Feb 17 – Cardiff, United Kingdom @ CF10
Feb 18 – London, United Kingdom @ The Underworld Camden
Feb 19 – Aarschot, Belgium @ DE KLINKER
Feb 20 – Esch Sur Alzette, Luxembourg @ Kulturfabrik
Feb 21 – Geneve, Switzerland @ L’Usine
Feb 22 – Aarau, Switzerland @ Kiff
Feb 23 – Munchen, Germany @ Backstage Club
Feb 24 – Brescia, Italy @ Circolo Colony
Feb 25 – Wien, Austria @ Arena
Feb 26 – Budapest, Hungary @ A38
Feb 27 – Karlsruhe, Germany @ Substage

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