Ocean of Green’s concert events — using their water lights, incense, smoke cigarettes devices, and pyrotechnics — evoke the heaviness of the first ’70s just as much as their monstrous, riffed-out, and slightly skewed music. Using a audio that draws reasonable connections between Dark Sabbath and Green Floyd, the music group creates a head-trip of significantly psychedelic stoner rock and roll. Ocean of Green produced in 1999 in Toronto, Canada, when bassist Eric Kuthe (whose parents utilized to perform a rock membership in Toronto in the ’70s that performed a lot of Sabbath, Hendrix, and Grand Funk Railroad) and drummer Chris Bender met up with guitarist Travis Cardinal to jam. Cardinal had taken over vocal responsibilities and the music group begun to write music, citing affects as mixed as the Queens from the Rock Age group, Cream, and Oasis. They released their initial EP, Northern Lighting, in the Music Cartel label in July of 2000. The music group completed their initial full-length in past due 2000 on the Chalet in Toronto. Time for you to Fly, made by Nick Blagona of Nazareth and Deep Crimson fame, and with a mind-bending cover of Green Floyd’s “Breathe,” guaranteed Ocean of Green among the leading purveyors of psychedelic steel.