OCEANS Release New Single ‘I Want To Be Whole Again’ 

After releasing their latest EP named Hell Is Where The Heart Is – Part I: Love in January of this year, rising German/Austrian nu-metal stars OCEANS have already announced the highly anticipated second part of this masterpiece – the digital EP entitled Hell Is Where The Heart Is – Part II: Longing, that will be released via Nuclear Blast on July 29th.

OCEANS recently already unleashed the second single off this EP, a dark and emotional hymn titled ‘I Want To Be Whole Again’.

Get the single digitally, here: https://oceans.bfan.link/i-want-to-be-whole-again

Timo Rotten comments: “This song was written in the midst of the pandemic at a low point in our lives. We had just lost one of the most important foundations of our sanity: playing live music. That was what had kept us sane all these years, and suddenly it was gone. There’s a lot of longing and pain in ‘I Want To Be Whole Again’, and I’m sure you can hear that clearly.”

Pre-save Hell Is Where The Heart Is – Part II: Longing HERE

Also listen to their previously releases single ‘Home’, here: https://youtu.be/73MFtkg0Izs

Get the digital EP Hell Is Where The Heart Is – Part I: Love HERE

OCEANS‘ previous EP We Are Nøt Okay contains four different songs dealing with all aspects of mental illness. Each track features a special guest adding his very own style to the new output of Berlin/Vienna based post metal heroes OCEANS.

Get We Are Nøt Okay digitally here: https://oceans.bfan.link/we-are-not-okay

‘WE ARE NØT OKAY’ feat. Andy Dörner (CALIBAN):
‘VOICES’ feat. Lena Scissorhands (INFECTED RAIN): https://youtu.be/q22QO-XWEpw  
‘SHARK TOOTH’ feat. Christoph Wieczorek
‘EVERYONE I LOVE IS BROKEN’ feat. Robb Flynn (MACHINE HEAD)https://youtu.be/dmKwzCOlTJA

Timo Rotten | vocals, guitar
Patrick Zarske | guitar
Thomas Winkelmann | bass
J.F. Grill | drums

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