Oceano Confirm New Record in Works: ‘The Stakes are Higher, Shit’s Gonna Get Heavier’

by | Apr 2, 2012

Oceano have confirmed that they are not breaking up and are in fact working on a new record.

Frontman Adam Warren stated “With rumors running around, and haters trolling in their own discontent, it IS true Oceano will be staying alive and kicking for the rest of 2012 and far beyond.”

He added, “We’re beyond stoked to get back to work and infect every listener with our brand of Windy City Death, but this WON’T be the Oceano you knew from last year, or even before that. The stakes are higher, shits gonna get heavier, and we’re coming to entice destruction and bloodshed in every city.”

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