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4/10/2007
 
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Stillborn Records Signs The World We Knew
March 26, 2009
Stillborn Records is proud to announce the signing of Long Island's metalcore powerhouse, The World We Knew. The band just wrapped up recording 'To the Wolves', their debut for the label (their second disc overall). The 11 track album is set for a June 30, 2009 release.

Label owner, and Hatebreed/Kingdom of Sorrow frontman, Jamey Jasta commented, "These guys have been paying their dues for quite some time and have made a really killer album that I am excited to put out on Stillborn."

The band remarked, "The five of us are extremely excited to be working with Jamey and the Stillborn crew. Our debut full length, 'To The Wolves', hits stores on June 30th and we are proud to say that it will be part of one of the strongest catalogs in hardcore and heavy metal today"

Check out the new track, "Hellbound " from 'To the Wolves', at www.stillbornrecords.com.

The World We Knew w/ Liferuiner (Uprising) and Suffokate (Mediaskare):
3/27 - Ronkonkoma, NY @ Traxx (Home show)
3/28 - Yonkers, NY @ The Haunt
3/29 - Utica, NY @ The Venue
3/30 - Rochester, NY @ The Jukebox
3/31 - Erie, PA @ Forward Hall
4/01 - Charleroi, PA @ Club Octane
4/02 - Cleveland, OH @ TBA
4/03 - Toledo, OH @ Headliners
4/04 - Mt Clemens, MI @ The Hayloft
4/05 - Aurora, IL @ Dougs Rockhouse
4/06 - Madison, WI @ Wil-mar Neighborhood Center
4/07 - Buffalo, MN @ The Vault
4/08 - Papillion, NE @ To Garcias
4/09 - Belton, MO @ Cactus Jacks
4/10 - Springfield, MO @ The Blue Room
4/11 - Abilene, TX @ The Key
4/12 - Las Cruces, NM @ Dream Center
4/13 - Tempe, AZ @ The Club House
4/15 - Hemet, CA @ Wheelhouse
4/16 - Canoga Park, CA @ Cobalt Cafe
4/17 - Palmdale, CA @ The Crossing
4/18 - Bakersfield, CA @ Jerry's Pizza
4/19 - Stockton, CA @ Stockton Theatre
4/20 - Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
4/21 - Vancouver, WA @ Moxies Soda Shop
4/22 - Great Falls, MT @ Times Square
4/23 - Pocatello, ID @ Ball Brothers Venue
4/24 - Cheyenne, WY @ The Plains Hotel
4/25 - Wichita, KS @ Eagles Lodge
4/26 - Dallas, TX @ The Max
4/27 - San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit
4/28 - Houston, TX @ Java Junction
4/29 - Metairie, LA @ The High Ground
4/30 - Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Box
5/01 - Fort Walton, FL @ Boys and Girls Club
5/02 - Tampa, FL @ Transitions Art Gallery (My B-day)
5/03 - Ft Myers, FL @ Rockstarz Music Venue
5/04 - Winter Park, FL @ Island Oasis
5/05 - Columbus, GA @ Gallery 13
5/06 - Macon, GA @ Macon Venue Project
5/07 - East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse
5/08 - West Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
5/09 - Jacksonville, NC @ Jacksonville USO
5/10 - Winston Salem, NC @ TBA
5/11 - Danville, VA @ Plan B
5/12 - Virginia Beach, VA @ Club Relevant
5/13 - Richmond, VA @ Alleykatz
5/14 - Baltimore, MD @ TBA
5/15 - East Pittsburgh @ Giorgio's Banquet Hall
5/16 - Reading, PA @ The Silo
5/17 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Loft
 
 
 
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Oceano - Free 'Depths' Listening Party In New York On Monday
January 16, 2009
This Monday night, January 19th - be among the first in the world to hear the heavily anticipated debut album, 'Depths', from Chicago's own Oceano, in its entirety

Earache Records is hosting a world premiere listening party for the album at Lit Lounge in New York City's East Village. You'll have to be 21 and over to get in, but for those who can, admission is FREE.

There will be giveaways all night and drinks galore so come down and be the first to be crushed by the mighty weight of Oceano's deep-chugging, machine-gun drumming, pig-squealing brand of mega brutality.

Oceano 'Depths' Listening Party:
Monday, January 19th 9PM
Lit Lounge
93 2nd Ave.
NY, NY 10003
Free admission
This is a 21+event

Catch Oceano on these upcoming dates:

w/ Liferuiner & Through The Fire:
1/16 - Static Age - Romeo, Michigan (Oceano only)
1/17 - Center Stage - Toledo, Ohio
1/18 - Club Octane - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1/19 - The Refuge - Fredericksburg, Virginia
1/20 - LBC Pit - Lynchburg, Virginia
1/21 - Lucky's Pub - Wilmington, North Carolina
1/23 - Blackbox Collective - Orlando, Florida
1/24 - Music Factory - Fort Myers, Florida
1/25 - Willer Hall - Sarasota, Florida
1/26 - The Loud House - Selma, Alabama

w/ Carnifex, Too Pure To Die, Catalepsy:
1/28 - Bulldog Cafe - Louisville, Kentucky
1/29 - The Muse - Nashville, Tennessee
1/30 - Cumberland Community Complex - Crossville, Tennessee
1/31 - The 7 Venue - Douglasville, Georgia
2/01 - The Armory - Selma, Alabama
2/02 - The Bomb Shelter - Jackson, Mississippi
2/03 - The High Ground - Metairie, Louisiana
2/04 - Beamer's - Panama city beach, Florida
2/05 - Macon Venue Project - Macon, Georgia
2/06 - Island Oasis - Orlando, Florida
2/07 - Fuel Coffeehouse - Jacksonville, Florida
2/08 - Rockstarz Music Venue - Fort Myers, Florida
2/09 - TBA - TBA, Florida
2/10 - Transitions Art Gallery - Tampa, Florida
2/11 - Sector 7G - Augusta, Georgia
2/12 - Lucky's Pub - Wilmington, North Carolina
2/13 - Jaxx - Baltimore, Maryland
2/15 - The Meatlocker - Montclair, New Jersey
2/16 - Club Octane - Charleroi, Pennsylvania
2/17 - Peabody's (Pirate's Cove) - Cleveland, Ohio
2/18 - Mixtape Cafe - Grand Rapids, Michigan
2/19 - Halls Rec Center - Knoxville, Tennessee

Oceano's debut album, 'Depths', is due to be released in Spring 2009, containing 13 tracks and also includes a limited edition bonus DVD.

Check out two brand new tracks from 'Depths', titled "District Of Misery" and "Fractured Frames, Scattered Flesh" on the band's official MySpace page at http://www.myspace.com/xoceano.
 
 
 
 
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Oceano Part Ways With Guitarist, Will Carry On As Four Piece
January 8, 2009
Chicago deathcore upstarts, Oceano, have parted ways with founding member and guitarist, Jeremy Caroll and plan to continue on with their upcoming tours as a 4-piece act. Vocalist Adam Warren released this statement on the matter:

"Within our past few tours tension had seemingly grew above that of a typical level for a band touring the country cramped in a van. Over the past months certain members of the band we're begining to really 'butt heads' and clash with Jeremy on a personality level, to a point where tour was almost becoming more of a burden to deal with the stress levels and having to diffuse each others frustrations from this. Things apparantly increased to the point of taking such action. Atop that, it was felt that coming from a professional level he did not represent the band well at times when it counted most.

"There has been so much pented up frustration between parties of this band over this situation that at one point, we we're almost on the verge of a few members leaving the band completely if the situation wasn't fixed. Watching the complexity of the situation unfold, we were essentially put in a very shitty situation; Either allow the majority of members leave because of their frustration, and subsequently, there be no more Oceano OR lose ONE member, thus kicking out the one who kept this band alive for so long, yet who was the one most people in the band were dissatisfied with.

"We clearly couldn't have the MAJORITY of this band disappear and essentially the band die with a full-length out in 2 months and 2 tours all set to go, so obviously in the end we made the hard decision of parting ways with Jeremy. Hopefully many of you can see and understand we had a really fucked up situation on our hands either way it was handled.

"We are BEYOND tired of 'lineup changes' and through it all we've fought to make sure this band continues on, and that we will continue to have the opportunity to tour and play our music for all of you, as so did Jeremy, but for what was felt to be the better decision to do so, we had to part ways with the only 'original' member left of this band.

"Rumors, Shit talk from 'friends,' and everything else aside though, we have nothing against him for what has transpired and the choice we did make was not done out of anger or agression towards him, but merely in the best interest of keeping this band and its core lineup in-tact. Hopefully there is at least an understanding in that.

"With that said, for the time being we shall continue on as a 4-peice and we shall not be slowing down Whatsoever. Our only minor misstep is that being our search to purchase a new van and trailer. But that should be figured out shortly and we shall be ready and on the road for our next tour's with Liferuiner and Through the Fire (Jan/Feb) and then our tour with Too Pure To Die and Catalepsy (Jan/feb).

"Thanks for taking and/or wasting your time reading this, and see you on the road soon."

Oceano w/ Liferuiner, Through The Fire:
1/15 - Doug's - Aurora, Illinois
1/16 - Static Age - Romeo, Michigan (Oceano only)
1/17 - Center Stage - Toledo, Ohio
1/18 - Club Octane - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1/19 - The Refuge - Fredericksburg, Virginia
1/20 - LBC Pit - Lynchburg, Virginia
1/21 - Lucky's Pub - Wilmington, North Carolina
1/23 - Blackbox Collective - Orlando, Florida
1/24 - Music Factory - Fort Myers, Florida
1/25 - Willer Hall - Sarasota, Florida
1/26 - The Loud House - Selma, Alabama

w/ Carnifex, Too Pure To Die, Catalepsy:
1/28 - Bulldog Cafe - Louisville, Kentucky
1/29 - The Muse - Nashville, Tennessee
1/30 - Cumberland Community Complex - Crossville, Tennessee
1/31 - The 7 Venue - Douglasville, Georgia
2/01 - The Armory - Selma, Alabama
2/02 - The Bomb Shelter - Jackson, Mississippi
2/03 - The High Ground - Metairie, Louisiana
2/04 - Beamer's - Panama city beach, Florida
2/05 - Macon Venue Project - Macon, Georgia
2/06 - Island Oasis - Orlando, Florida
2/07 - Fuel Coffeehouse - Jacksonville, Florida
2/08 - Rockstarz Music Venue - Fort Myers, Florida
2/09 - TBA - TBA, Florida
2/10 - Transitions Art Gallery - Tampa, Florida
2/11 - Sector 7G - Augusta, Georgia
2/12 - Lucky's Pub - Wilmington, North Carolina
2/13 - Jaxx - Baltimore, Maryland
2/15 - The Meatlocker - Montclair, New Jersey
2/16 - Club Octane - Charleroi, Pennsylvania
2/17 - Peabody's (Pirate's Cove) - Cleveland, Ohio
2/18 - Mixtape Cafe - Grand Rapids, Michigan
2/19 - Halls Rec Center - Knoxville, Tennessee

Oceano's debut album, 'Depths' is due to be released on March 10th 2009
in the US (April 20th in the UK/Europe), and also includes a
limited edition bonus DVD.

For more info and updates, and to check out two brand new tracks from 'Depths', titled "District Of Misery" and "Fractured Frames, Scattered Flesh", visit the band's official MySpace page at http://www.myspace.com/xoceano.
 
 
 
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HOME TOWN: Ontario, Canada
MEMBERS:
Jonathan O’Callaghan - Vocals
Dan Steinbok – Guitar/Bass
Ernie Berces - Bass
Gaetano Pompizzi - Guitar
Jean Phillipe Tees - Drums

Having opened for and supported a virtual “who’s who” of the modern metal/hardcore scene over the last two years, Toronto’s LIFERUINER have decided that it’s their time to make their mark.  Their debut album, No Saints, which was produced/recorded by Antoinne Lussier (of Ion Dissonance/Century Media Records) is a prime example of what DIY hardcore in 2007 should be about: breakdowns, monstrous metallic riffs, energetic live shows and an unwavering loyalty to a chosen lifestyle.  Over the last three years they have toured constantly all over their homeland and more impressively conquered the United States, all this done without the benefit of any record label support.  The steady touring has helped LIFERUINER build a massive grassroots fan base, which has been patiently, yet rabidly awaiting the release of No Saints for the past few years.  The wait is finally over; No Saints has arrived!