THE OCEAN - Silurian: Age of Sea Scorpions (Live at Motocultor 2022)

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@theoceancollective have released a full 60 minutes live set, recorded at Motocultor Festival in August 2022. The captivating multi-camera shoot realized by French production company ThePit.com shows the Berlin-based band at the top of their game, playing through material off their albums Phanerozoic I and II as well as Pelagial. Watch the full set or check out the song "Silurian: Age of Sea Scorpions."
Full concert: https://www.the-pit.com/content/the-ocean-motocultor-festival-2022-74750

Arthur Lauth (FOH),
Pierre Sapin (Lighting)

Audio mixed by Arthur Lauth.
Watch the full concert over at https://www.the-pit.com

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After 5 years of touring on 'Pelagial', The Ocean started recording their 8th studio album in February 2018, split into two volumes to be separately released in 2018 and 2020 respectively, titled Phanerozoic. The Phanerozoic eon succeeded the Precambrian supereon, spanning a 500 million-year period leading to the present day, and it has witnessed the evolution and diversification of plant and animal life on Earth, and the partial destruction of it during 5 mass extinction events. Conceptually and musically, The Ocean's Phanerozoic is the missing link between the albums Precambrian and Heliocentric / Anthropocentric.

Guitarist and primary songwriter Robin Staps penned Phanerozoic as he did its predecessors, in seclusion in a house by the ocean. The first volume of the double album Phanerozoic is made up of bleak and heavy songs, boiled down to the essential core of the musical ideas driving them. With analog synths merging with the heavy guitars, the addition of Peter Voigtmann to the band's ranks has made a marked difference. After years of handling the spectacular lighting design at The Ocean's live shows, essentially "playing drums on the lighting console every night" as Staps puts it, he now brings a bevy of angry, dystopian sounds to the songs. Phanerozoic also marks the recording debut of bassist Mattias H├Ągerstrand and drummer Paul Seidel, who both bring their own style and approach to their respec-tive instruments.
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