Oracle | Into the Unknown

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Into the Unknown

by Oracle

A refreshing blend of death and thrash with a splash of blackened melodic and symphonic passages that embodies epic, moving and memorable emotions in its listeners.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Caressed by the Hands of Fate
7:15 $0.50
2. The Liquid Answer
4:45 $0.50
3. Into the Unknown
4:32 $0.50
4. From Blue to Black
2:45 $0.50
5. 1012
4:00 $0.50
6. One by One
5:54 $0.50
7. Drafted
6:02 $0.50
8. Behind Closed Eyes
3:44 $0.50
9. Why
6:16 $0.50
10. A Breathless October
5:10 $0.50
11. Becoming Nemesis
5:17 $0.50
12. As the Worm Turns
2:35 $0.50
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
In a world where metal has taken many avenues and alleys into sub genres, Oracle, formed in 2016 by Father and son duo Trey and Ray Ozinga of Baldwin County Alabama along with, Jason Long and B.G. Watson of Mobile county Alabama to create something truly unique that encapsulates many of these genres. The result is an extreme metal band with emphasis on musicality, grooves and epic passages that sonically attack and satisfy all senses of metal enthusiast all around. With their first album Beyond Omega, released in the early summer of 2016, they have played many shows along the gulf coast in support of their debut album which has wildly been excepted and sold copies around the world. With follow up album Into the Unknown due out in late fall of 2017, Oracle will once again attempt to enhance their keen sense of rhythms and melodies, sonic assault of solos and drum work and heavy growls and emotions of passionate vocals.



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