OCEANS OF SADNESS: Another New Song Posted Online

Belgian progressive metallers OCEANS OF SADNESS have posted another new track, "Subconscious", on their MySpace page. According to the band, this is "not just any song but a special collaboration with Annlouice Loegdlund, the astonishing vocalist of our Swedish friends of DIABLO SWING ORCHESTRA."

"Subconscious" comes off OCEANS OF SADNESS' forthcoming fifth album, "The Arrogance of Ignorance". The CD was produced by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street in Örebro, Sweden and contains 10 tracks. The album includes an additional guest appearance by Johan Liiva (formerly of ARCH ENEMY, HEARSE) on the track "In The End". Artwork was created by the Greek artist Seth Siro Anton.

Video footage taken during the guest-vocals recording sessions can be viewed below.


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