Being As An Ocean To Release Debut LP ‘Dear G-D’ On October 23 via InVogue Records

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San Diego, CA’s Being As An Ocean will be releasing their debut full-length record “Dear G-d…” on October 23 via InVogue Records.  The record was produced by Brian Hood (Gideon, A Plea For Purging, As Hell Retreats), and will be available in a limited Double 12″ Vinyl format.

Tracklisting Below:

1.  Nothing, Save The Power They’re Given (3:00)

2.  Dear G-d (3:17)

3. The Hardest Part Is Forgetting Those You Swore You Would Never Forget (5:07)

4.  This Loneliness Won’t Be The Death Of Me (4:33)

5.  The Sea Always Seems To Put Me At Ease (4:00)

6.  Salute e Vita (4:24)

7.  It’s Really Not As Complicated As You’re Making It Out To Be (11:14)

8.  Humble Servant, Am I (4:40)

9.  This Room Is Alive (2:57)

10.  We Will Never Be The Same (3:30)

11.  If They’re Not Counted, Count me Out (4:56)

http://www.facebook.com/beingasanocean

www.invoguerecords.com

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