Posts Tagged ‘Oh Sleeper’

NEWS: Wovenwar (ex-As I Lay Dying, Oh Sleeper) release second studio video for their upcoming debut album!

New metal outfit Wovenwar, which features ex-members of As I Lay Dying and Oh Sleeper clean vocalist Shane Blay, have released the second studio video for the recording of their debut album, out this summer via Metal Blade Records. Check it out below:

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VIDEO: Oh, Sleeper – Death From Above (Lyric)

Metalcore collective Oh, Sleeper have dropped the lyric video for their track ‘Death From Above’, taken from their ‘Titan EP’, out now via Transcend Music. Give it a watch below:

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EP: Oh, Sleeper – Titan

Release Date: December 10th, 2013
Label: Unsigned
Website: None available
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ohsleeper
Twitter: www.twitter.com/weareohsleeper

Rating:

Deciding to part ways with Solid State Records and release some material independently, Texas based metalcore outfit Oh, Sleeper offer up an EP which is purely of their own merit. Clocking in at five tracks in length, ‘Titan’ hardly differs from the band’s previous material but, equally, it doesn’t disappoint.

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AUDIO: Oh, Sleeper – Death From Above

Metalcore mob Oh Sleeper have released a stream of their new track ‘Death From Above’, which features Jacky Vincent of Falling In Reverse. Give it a listen below.

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AUDIO: Oh, Sleeper – The Pitch (featuring Casey Sabol)

Metalcore mob Oh, Sleeper have released a stream of their new track ‘The Pitch’, which features ex-Periphery singer Casey Sabol. Give it a listen below:

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VIDEO: Oh, Sleeper – Hush Yael

Post-hardcore outfit Oh, Sleeper have just released a new music video to accompany their track, ‘Hush Yael’. You can stream and watch the full video below:

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ALBUM: Oh, Sleeper – Children Of Fire

Release Date: September 27th, 2011
Label: Solid State Records
Website: www.weareohsleeper.com
MySpace: www.myspace.com/ohsleeper

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When Oh, Sleeper released ‘Hush Yael’ as a taste of things to come from ‘Children Of Fire’, the astonishing musicality and heart wrenching subject matter suggested that the band had too quickly put their best cards on the table. Their was simply no way they could top this. Whilst it may be true that the track remains an album highlight, the remainder of ‘Children Of Fire’ is still wholly impressive, equally through its sheer emotional investment and feorcious instrumental performances.

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