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Oceans of Sadness

Oceans of Sadness hail from Antwerp, Belgium, where in fact the group’s eclectic combination of doom, loss of life, dark, and goth metallic designs had already begun pulling local attention in the demonstration stage, before maturing during the period of several standard produces like 1998’s Between Heaven, Globe and Beauty, 2000’s For We Are, and 2002’s Laughing Tears, Crying Smile. This schizophrenic musical gumbo didn’t precisely provide Oceans of Sadness a huge amount of recognition on the mainstream level, nevertheless, so, you start with 2004’s Submit the Clowns, bandmembers Tijs Vanneste (vocals), Wim Melis (acoustic guitar), Tom Vehicle Cauwenberghe (acoustic guitar), Hans Claes (keyboards), Jo Vehicle Heghe (bass), and Man Vernelen (drums) began to streamline their songwriting right into a even more commercial, practically growl-free make of goth metallic style. This change was mainly showcased on 2007’s Reflection Palace and 2008’s The Arrogance of Ignorance albums, but despite becoming even more accessible, has however to produce a significant effect on Oceans of Sadness’ profession.

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