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Tel Aviv, May 20th 2022 - Oceans On Orion reveals their third single Weaponized Misery featuring a special guest - Ran Yerushalmi, a frontman of the Walkways band, taken from OOO’s upcoming album to be released soon via LMH Records. The new single offers powerful duo extending the band’s musical range and vocal styles fueled by shredding guitars of Sergei Metalheart and Amit Fortus and driven by heavy rhythm section charged by bassist / vocalist Guy Schwartz and drummer Aviram Zeevy.
The duo is unpacking the polarizing tension of living through constant conflict. In a misshapen mirror image of the political dynamics of the day, the two singers square off to the thunderous beat of the song's heavy rhythm section. They exchange accusations and denounce the others' narrative. In the end, there is no resolution, only the unified march, and suffering of those condemned to live under these circumstances.
Following its hit video Tomorrow's Rain, Israel power house Oceans on Orion released a new smashing single LOVE on March 31, 2022. This new video is the energetic follow-up work as a part of the Oceans on Orion's upcoming debut album.
Mixing modern metal with pop influences LOVE explores how our relationships force us to wear masks and the consequences of taking them off. The song's dynamic vocal performance features soaring clean melodies, deep growls and three part harmonies. A nostalgic bow to late 2000's emo reinterpreted in today's modern metal aesthetic.
Oceans on Orion, modern metal band from Israel, released Tomorrow's Rain video on the 7th of January. They're kicking off the countdown to their debut album release with a music video shot by the Dead Sea.
Tomorrow’s rain offers a promise and demands a price. The bittersweet end of a relationship, in the pursuit of something bigger. It’s an anthem for what the future holds, the promise of rain in the driest of places. Filmed at the dead sea, the video offers a haunting unearthly view. The band hovers like ghosts over saline, dead water, confronting their own reflections, calling for tomorrow’s rain.