The Ocean



Rank:
250
358 fans
Also known as The Ocean Collective, T.O.C.

Country: Germany
Label: Metal Blade Records

Links: Official Website
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Formed in: 2000

2000- Post-metal
2003- Sludge metal
2005- Hardcore

Line-up

2000-  Robin Staps - guitars, vocals
2009-  Loïc Rossetti - vocals
2013-  Paul Seidel - drums
2015-  Mattias Hägerstrand - bass
2018-  David Ramis Åhfeldt - guitars
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2002-2007  Torge Liessmann - drums, percussion
2002-2007  Jonathan Heine - bass
2002-2007  Mathias "Meta" Buente - vocals
2002-2007  Nico Webers - vocals
2002-2007  Andreas Hillebrand - guitars
2004-2007  Nate Newton - vocals
2005-2006  Gordon Hünies - bass
2007  Jan Oberg - vocals
2007  Jason Emry - vocals
2007  Matthew Beels - guitars
2007  Hannes Huefken - bass
2007-2009  Mike Pilat - vocals, bass
2008-2013  Jonathan "Jona" Nido - guitars
2008-2013  Luc Hess - drums, percussion
2009-2013  Louis Jucker - bass
2013-2015  Chris Breuer - bass
2013-2016  Damian Murdoch - guitars
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2004  Rebekka Mahnke - cello
2004  Demeter Braun - violin
2004  Tove Langhoff - clarinet
2005  Carsten Albrecht - vocals
2007  John Gürtler - saxophone
2007  Daniel Eichholz - glockenspiel
2007  Jonas Olsson - tambourine
2007  Tomas Svensson - samples
2007  Dwid Hellion - vocals
2007  Walid Farruque - guitars
2007  Katharina Sellheim - piano
2007  Christoph Von Der Nahmer - violin
2007  Karina Suslov - viola
2007  Stefan Heinemeyer - cello
2010  Esther Monnat - cello
2010  Sheila Aguinaldo - vocals
2010  Mitch Hertz - guitar
2010  Dalai Theofilopoulou - cello
2010  Estelle Beiner - violin
2010  Céline Portat - viola
2002-  Gerd Kornmann - percussion
2007-  Rene Nocon - vocals
2015-  Irakli Mamrikishvili - keyboards
2015-  Dalai Theofilopoulou - cello
2005  Sean Ingram - vocals
2005-2007  Tomas Liljedahl - vocals
› 2013  -//-
2007  Eric Kalsbeek - vocals
2007  Caleb Scofield - vocals

Latest reviews

In late September 2019, I gave a glowing review to a new album with monochrome artwork released by an established post-metal band. Given all the chaos that has come with 2020, I'm experiencing a surprising degree of déjà vu right now.   Review by musclassia ››
It's clear that The Ocean are out to leave an impression with their latest release. It takes their imagery to its fullest expression yet, combined with lyrical inspiration taken from the 1979 sci-fi film "Stalker." Before you is a listening experience that aims at a thought provoking dive into an environment to which The Ocean are entirely accustomed. The question is do they achieve this goal; is it worth the plunge? Let me tell you, you're going to want more than to just dip your toes into this one.   Review by R'Vannith ››

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