Oceano Issues Studio Update

by | Jul 4, 2010

Oceano bassist Jason Jones has checked in with an update on the band’s current recording sessions with producer Zeuss
“We’ve been working with Zeuss for a couple weeks now and this album is sounding incredible so far. All of the drums are finished for every song, we’ve got the rhythms done for 7 of the songs so we’re gonna finish up those either tomorrow or the next day, then I’ll record the bass. We’ve also got vocals done for 2 of the songs. Zeuss has been drilling the band everyday pushing us to our limits to make this the best possible record it can be. If something played sucks he’ll say ‘nah man that sucks do it again’ and that’s what every band needs out of a producer. This album is going to blow ‘depths’ out of the water.”

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