OCEANS OF SADNESS Schedule CD-Release Party

Belgian melodic death metallers OCEANS OF SADNESS have scheduled a CD-release party for their third full-length album, "Send In the Clowns", on Saturday, October 27 at The Eendracht in Dessel, Belgium. "The band will play the entire new album for the first time, combined with songs from the previous albums," the group write on their web site. "Afterwards we'll make some more noise at the Hard & Heavy afterparty, where several metal DJs play their stuff, from dusk till dawn. This will also be your first chance to get your hands on the new album."

As previously reported, "Send In the Clowns" is scheduled for release in late November. The follow-up to 2002's "Laughing Tears * Crying Smile" was recorded at Midas Studio in Lokeren, Belgium with producer Tony De Block and was mastered by Attie Bauw (JUDAS PRIEST, GOREFEST, CHANNEL ZERO). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Precious Gold", "Two Voices", "Wild Mysterie" and "Who's in Control?"


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