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BREAKOUT AUSTRALIAN METALCORE OUTFIT LOOK TO BREAK NEW GROUND WITH NEW SINGLE, “SAVE ME”

Australian metalcore breakouts Ocean Sleeper has debuted their new single “Save Me”.

The track is comes as Ocean Sleeper’s first new material since the release of 2017’s ‘Six Feet Down’ EP, which hit #1 on the iTunes Metal Chart.

Ocean Sleeper team with Kris Crummett (Sleeping With Sirens, Dance Gavin Dance) on the new single, as they look to spread their already blooming Australian fan base internationally.

Formed in Victoria, Australia in 2016, Ocean Sleeper have wasted no time in making their mark on the Australian heavy music landscape.

The band’s debut EP, 2017 effort ‘Six Feet Down’, was an explosive effort; an energetic juxtaposition of riveting instrumental work and soaring vocals from the young South Australian four. ‘Six Feet Down’peaked at a spectacular #11 on the iTunes Album Chart & topped the iTunes Metal Chart for 3 weeks, with record now just short of 1 million plays on Spotify.

The immense success of Ocean Sleeper’s debut EP continued to see the band sell out headline shows across Australia as well as landing supports with genre heavyweights Stray From The Path, Counterparts and Dream On Dreamer, with Killswitch Engage set to follow suit this year. 2019 will see the band grace Unify Festival, alongside the likes of Taking Back Sunday and Underoath, their second appearance on the world-famous stage.

Recently, Ocean Sleeper has relocated to the US, hunkering down in Portland, OR with acclaimed producer Kris Crummett (Dance Gavin Dance, Sleeping With Sirens, Issues) to begin work on their debut full-length, set to drop in 2019.

In the meantime, emotive new single “Save Me” is set to whet fans’ appetites and continue Ocean Sleeper’s exciting journey.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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