German metal band The Ocean announced yesterday that they will be hosting a livestream performance where they will perform their album Phanerzoic in its entirety. The livestream is set to take place March 25 at 8 p.m CET.
The group shared the news of the upcoming livestream via Facebook. The band’s performance will be streaming from Pier 2 in Bremen, Germany. Tickets for the show are currently on sale here.
Check out the Facebook post announcement below.
Tickets for our ‘PHANEROZOIC I’ show are on sale now!
‣ Ticketlink: https://www.club100-bremen.de/the-ocean
‣ FB event:…
Following the livestream announcement, the band stated that they have been working on two new albums after “more than a year of absence.” “We’ve battled against the inertia of 2020 with writing a whole bunch of new material, and the result is that we’ve got two new albums ready to record once the construction work is done,” the band explained in a statement.
Phanerzoic: Palaeozoic was released back in November 2018 and was the band’s seventh studio album. The album features songs like “Permian: The Great Dying,” “Devonian: Nascent,” and “Ordovicium: The Glaciation of Gondwana.”
In September 2020, the band dropped their album Phanerzoic II: Mesozoic | Cenozoic. The band revealed that this project was in the works in July 2020 and accompanied the announcement with the release of a song off the project titled “Jurassic | Cretaceous.”