The Ocean confirm ‘Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic’ live stream

German post-metal crew The Ocean have announced a special live streaming show that will feature a full performance of their 2018 full-length album ‘Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic.’ The online gig, set for March 25, 2021 at 12PM PST//3PM EST//8PM CET, will be replayable for 48 hours from the start of the show.

The Ocean comment:

We will be performing ‘Phanerozoic I’ in its entirety on Thursday, March 25, 8PM CET – streamed live from Pier2, a shipyard in the port of Bremen, Germany.

Please join to make this evening special – it will be a show without any audience in the live room. We’ll be playing for you guys at your homes, wherever they are.

After more than a year of absence from playing music, we’re stoked to be getting back together to rehearse and perform – even more so, because we have a new space which we are currently transforming into our own recording studio. This is the beginning of a new era for us. We’ve battled against the inertia of 2020 with writing a whole bunch of new material, and the result is that we’ve got 2 new albums ready to record once the construction work is done.

For now, there are no plans to make this available online after the event, nor to do this again, so don’t miss out on this.

If this goes well, we‘ll promise to do something for ‘Phanerozoic II’ a bit later in the year. 😉

Tickets to the virtual concert can be purchased at this location.

Just last year, The Ocean released the follow-up to ‘Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic’ in the form of ‘Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic | Cenozoic,’ which hit the top 10 in the official German album charts. Stream and purchase the record here:

Check out the official music video for “Pleistocene” below.

The Ocean online:

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