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The Ocean Posts More "Pelagial" Tour Footage

The Ocean has posted a brand new tour documentary from the 2013 Pelagial World Tour, which can be seen below.

This portion covers the European leg of The Ocean's recent headlining tour, as well as the line-up changes at the end of 2013 when Luc Hess and Jona Nido were replaced by Paul Seidel and Damian Murdoch.

The Ocean is currently in North America for the first time since last year's The Summer Slaughter Tour. This co-headline tour with Prosthetic Recording artist Scale the Summit began last week. The tour also includes special guests The Atlas Moth and Silver Snakes, and is being presented by Metal Sucks.

Tour w/ Scale The Summit, The Atlas Moth, Silver Snakes
03/10 Tempe, AZ Yucca Tap Room
03/11 El Paso, TX The Spot
03/13 Austin, TX The Dirty Dog Metal Injection SXSW Showcase w/ Rivers of Nihil, Felix Martin
03/14 Grand Prarie, TX QuickTrip Ball Park
03/15 Houston, TX Fitzgerald's
03/16 Metairie, LA Cypress
03/17 Tampa, FL Crowbar
03/18 Pembroke Pines, FL The Talent Farms
03/19 Orlando, FL Backbooth
03/21 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
03/22 Louisville, KY The Diamond Pub
03/23 Chicago, IL Subterranean
03/24 Pontiac, MI The Pike Room at Crofoot
03/25 Cleveland Heights, OH The Grog Shop
03/26 Pittsburgh, PA Altar Bar
03/27 Washington, DC DC9
03/28 Philadelphia, PA Voltage Lounge
03/29 New York, NY The Studio at Webster Hall
03/30 Cambridge, MA The Sinclair

End Tour
04/01 Montreal, QC La Sala Rossa w/ Atlas Moth, Silver Snakes
04/02 Toronto, ON Hard Luck w/ Atlas Moth
04/03 London, ON Rum Runners w/ Atlas Moth, Traumahawk

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