Earache Releases Statement on Oceano Parting Ways with Guitarist Andrew Mikhail

by | Feb 4, 2010

Earache Records has released a statement in regards to Oceano parting ways with guitarist Andrew Mikhail. The statement is as follows:

“Citing personal differences between the 2 parties, Chicago-based deathcore act, OCEANO has parted ways with guitarist, Andrew Mikhail. Long known for overcoming adversity, OCEANO has made clear that all of their 2010 commitments will be kept, including the recording and release of their followup to 2008’s breakout debut, DEPTHS.”

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