One of Canada’s most thrilling up-and-coming metal acts OSYRON prove they are a force not to be reconned with! Today they announce being added to the best metal cruise out there – 70,000 TONS OF METAL! Osyron, known for their technical prowess, fantastical storytelling and outstanding vocal performances. The metallers are masters at leaving listeners in complete awe.

70000TONS OF METAL happens this year from January 30 – February 3, 2023 starting in Miami, Florida and traveling to Bimini, Bahamas. To check out full line up and purcahse tickets go to THIS location.

Osyron comments: “We’re beyond friggen stoked that we will be performing at this year’s 70000tons of Metal This is an absolute honour to be welcomed aboard, and we can’t wait to bring the Osyron show to the high seas, make new friends, and get wet and wild with everyone on board!” 

Last November the group released their fourth studio album, Momentous. Nothing short of a musical masterpiece, it’s easily a staple for metal collections everywhere. Listen to the album HERE and purchase at THIS location.

“Momentous, lives up to its name.  The album is an evolution of their sound that leaves you wondering what’s next for the group. It’s a natural evolution from ‘Foundations’ and the growth is quite impressive. It’s so full of layers you just want to listen to it again and again. Momentous also leaves you wanting more.” Mike Scott, Soundcheck Entertainment

“Momentous is a well-rounded and highly enjoyable experience that has much to offer.” Wonderbox Metal

Mastered by Maor Appelbaum at Maor Appelbaum Mastering (Faith No More, Dream Theater, Voivod, Armored Saint), Momentous boasts incredible collaborations with the likes of Stu Block (Annihilator, Into Eternity) and Percival Schuttenbach (The Witcher 3 OST). Sure to leave listeners gasping for more, it deals with the many emotions, trials, personal battles, losses and victories that humanity faced during the pandemic. The biggest struggle faced by the band during this time was the struggle of looking inwards at themselves. Many had to relearn to love one another, and even turned against each other. A truly momentous moment in their career, not only for them as people, but for everyone. The album was mixed by Tyler Corbett at Sole Audio (bassist) and the drums were recorded by Josh Rob Gwilliam at OCL Studios in Chestermere, Alberta. All other instruments were recorded by Cody Anstey (drums) at his studio CRM Sound.  

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