Onward to Olympas are back with their third release Indicator. The 12 song album was engineered by Taylor Larson (Periphery, Life on Repeat) at Oceanic Studios and is the band’s heaviest and most dynamic to date. After years of non-stop touring in support of their first 2 albums, OTO have built a diehard fan base from the ground up that are eagerly awaiting the release of Indicator. The album will be released on October 9, but the wait is over for your chance to pre-order a copy of Incicator now!
See a lyric video for “Wolf’s Jaw”, the first single from Indicator here: http://youtu.be/RtG5nbomYUo
Pre-orders: http://facedown.merchnow.com/products/preorders
Onward to Olympas will be on tour with Texas in July this fall, see tour dates here: http://www.facebook.com/onwardtoolympas

Onward to Olympas are back with their third release Indicator. The 12 song album was engineered by Taylor Larson (Periphery, Life on Repeat) at Oceanic Studios and is the band’s heaviest and most dynamic to date. After years of non-stop touring in support of their first 2 albums, OTO have built a diehard fan base from the ground up that are eagerly awaiting the release of Indicator. The album will be released on October 9, but the wait is over for your chance to pre-order a copy of Incicator now!

See a lyric video for “Wolf’s Jaw”, the first single from Indicator here: http://youtu.be/RtG5nbomYUo
Onward to Olympas will be on tour with Texas in July this fall, see tour dates here: http://www.facebook.com/onwardtoolympas
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