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    Posted: May 05 2020 at 18:38
Oceans of Time is a Progressive Metal Band from Norway formed in 2005 by Guitarist Lazz Jensen.
Oceans of Time not only built a reputation for their solid sound and showmanship, but also opened doors for them to share the stage with bands like Glenn Hughes, Masterplan, Satyricon, and many others.

In 2009 Oceans of Time took a break from touring to concentrate on writing and recording their debut album which would later become the album known as “FACES”. Better than two years in the making the fruits of their labor, has paid off. The debut album was finished in late 2011 and released in 2012 via Melodic Revolution Records. The critically acclaimed album boasts 10 original tracks and clocks in at 55 minutes.

“FACES” was recorded at Oceans Studios and was mixed and mastered by Tommy Hansen at Jailhouse Studios in Denmark. (Tommy also has worked with the bands Helloween, Pretty Maids, Iron Fire Jorn, etc;).

After a host of very successful shows the band started recording the follow up to “Faces” in early 2013 The new album will be called “Trust” on April 17th 2013 they released their first single “Show Me The Way”

Trust is the new album and was mixed & mastered by Tommy Hansen. “Trust” features special guest from Jorn, Ark, Masterplan, Magic Pie, Artch, Pagan’s Mind, Gaia Epicus and Tremor among others.

Line up:

- Ken Lyngfoss / vocals
- Lasse M. Solem "Lazz" Jensen / guitars
- Nicolay Ryen Christiansen / drums
- Geir Nielsen / bass

Discography:

"Panic" - EP - Self-released on February 25, 2007

1. Panic
2. You're So Cold
3. Walls Of Silence
4. Faces
5. Kingdom Falls

"Faces" - Full Length
Release date: February 7, 2012
Label: Melodic Revolution Records

1. Quest For Misery
2. Walls Of Silence
3. The Beast
4. Faces
5. Kingdom Falls
6. A Touch Of Insanity
7. Roar Of Organs
8. Uncertainty
9. Panic
10. You're So Cold

"Trust" - Full Length
Self-released March 17, 2016

1. Charon
2. Save You
3. Pray For The Dying
4. Trust
5. Show Me The Way
6. 1865
7. Black Death
8. Nemesis
9. Grapes Of Baccus Pt. 1
10. Grapes Of Baccus Pt. 2
11. Grapes Of Baccus Pt. 3
12. Grapes Of Baccus Pt. 4

Guest musicians:

Jorn Lande and Nils Rue


Facebook https://www.facebook.com/OceansOfTimeBand/?fref=ts
Bandcamp https://oceansoftime.bandcamp.com/releases
YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcKXkBrScdRehWMEcdKab_Q

















 




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Oceans of Time was rejected previously by the Progressive Metal team.

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Thanks for letting me know.
I wonder why?
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Not sure.  The last album had been released though.  If the band releases a new album, we might be able to run it through again, especially if it has progressive aspects.

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