Oceans Ate Emmure


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Fast-rising UK metalcore sensations Oceans Ate Alaska have today been announced as tour support for deathcore titans Emmure on the European-wide run in early 2017.

Joining them are After The Burial, Fit For A King, and Loathe.

Purchase tickets: http://torchtheearth.com/

Full dates:

13.01 Karlsruhe (DE) Substage
14.01 Cologne (DE) Essigfabrik
15.01 Hasselt (BE) Muziekodroom
16.01 Southampton (UK) The 1865
17.01 Nottingham (UK) Rescue Rooms
18.01 Manchester (UK) Sound Control
19.01 Glasgow (UK) Garage
20.01 London (UK) O2 Islington
21.01 Leeds (UK) Key Club
22.01 Paris (FR) La Maroquinerie
24.01 Madrid (ESP) Caracol
25.01 Barcelona (ESP) Razzmatazz
26.01 Lyon (FR) Cco
27.01 Zurich (CH) Dynamo
28.01 Milan (IT) Legend Club
29.01 Munich (DE) Backstage
30.01 Vienna (AT) Arena
31.01 Budapest (HU) Durer Kurt
01.02 Prague (CZ) Futurum
02.02 Berlin (DE) Lido
03.02 Copenhagen (DK) Beta
04.02 Gothenburg (SE) Sticky Fingers
05.02 Stockholm (SE) Klubben Fryshuset
07.02 Helsinki (FI) Nosturi
09.02 Bremen (DE) Aladin
10.02 Amsterdam (NL) Melkweg
11.02 Leipzig (DE) Felsenkeller

Oceans Ate Alaska will be touring in support of last year's acclaimed debut LP Lost Isles (out now on Fearless Records) which Rock Sound magazine declared"could see them reign over the UK scene", . Since that release the band went to smash the US's Warped Tour as well as tours alongside Chelsea Grin, Northlane, Blessthefall and more.

For more information on Oceans Ate Alaska:

Stemming from Birmingham, UK, Oceans Ate Alaska is made up of James Harrison (Vocals), James Kennedy (Guitar), Adam Zytkiewicz (Guitar), Mike Stanton (Bass), and Chris Turner (Drums). The band offers a progressive strain of experimental modern metalcore that has gotten them noticed as one of metal's most exciting and fresh young names. With music as unpredictable as it is expressive, the band found inspiration for their name from the world's largest recorded mega-tsunami - measuring at 1,700 feet high - that demolished Alaska's coastline in 1958. The band was attracted to the natural disaster's national headline that read "Oceans Ate Alaska" where they decided to carry the name on a path to make their own history. By pushing sonic boundaries, Oceans Ate Alaska aim to take listeners on an emotional journey through unpredictable arrangements (both heavy and melodic), ruthless riffs, and unforgiving guttural vocals; setting an atmospheric landscape that showcases the band's technical skill.

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