Oceano: 'incisions' cover artwork unveiledThe cover artwork for "Incisions", the new album from Chicago extreme metallers Oceano, can be seen below. The Cd was recorded at Electrowerks Studio in Downers Grove, Illinois and will be released later this year on Earache Records in Europe, and via Century Media/Earache Records in the Usa. The artwork was created by Ken Sarafin (The Bridal Procession, Catalepsy).
Comments Oceano: "A while ago I came across a really awesome piece of artwork that was inspired by the band and also donned the band's logo as well. At the time, I wasn't aware who had painted it; upon further research, I found its origin and the artist who created it, Ken Sarafin.
"Ken's been a fan of the band for quite some while, and everything in his portfolio is a masterpiece.
"Seeing as this band is already big on coupling immense visual imagery in our album art with our music, Ken was a natural fit. He even went a little out of his norm and hand-painted the full cover art, then only digitally enhanced certain aspects.
"We're very satisfied with the final product of this true piece of art and are happy the fans are just as stoked on it. The album itself will surely please the senses as much as Ken's work has."
Oceano has released an official lyric video for a brand new track, "Slow Murder", which is set to appear on "Incisions", giving fans a taste of the brutality to come. Check it out below.