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The Pattern

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bcb723 This is just a great album of progressive metal. Harder than current day Dream Theater or Katatonia, Oceana is no less melodic. All of these songs are brimming with catchy lead lines, big choruses & complex songwriting. But two things really make "The Pattern" stand out. First, the guitar solos & tones are ridiculously impressive. Second, the sound Dan Swanö gives Oceana is nothing short of miraculous. He's such a legend & I'll always pick up something he has worked on just to hear his sound. Favorite track: Atlantidea Suite Part 1.
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Sonically majestic & is one of the very few progressive death metal albums I own, but when I see Dan Swano on the mixing & mastering, it's an instabuy!
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psonen Beautiful album all around Favorite track: Atlantidea Suite Part 1.
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kingofmusic Just a masterpiece! Great melodies with Prog Elements! Hope to c u one day live in Germany! Favorite track: Fall To Silence.
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Hiding Lies 05:40
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Violet 06:17
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A Friend 02:33
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Carousel 04:03
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A Lament 05:23
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Spoiled 05:39
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“The Pattern” (mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound Studios) and entrusted the realization of the album cover to Travis Smith. The band’s return to the scene also sees a change of logo by the great Daniele Valeriani, an artist who has been able to perfectly represent the new image of the Roman trio.

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released January 29, 2021

Mixed and Mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound Studios
Album Cover Travis Smith
Logo by Daniele Valeriani

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Oceana Rome, Italy

Oceana was born in 1994 from the friendship between Massimiliano Pagliuso and Alessandro “Sancho” Marconcini (to whom Gianpaolo Caprino was added in 1997). The intent was to mix progressive metal elements with European-style death doom. The references, from a musical point of view, range from Edge Of Sanity to Katatonia, from Paradise Lost to Duran Duran, from Metallica to Dream Theater, ... more

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