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  • 05-06-2006 6:11pm
    Closed Accounts Posts: 2 StoneOcean


    We have just released our self titled debut album through RMG/Ghost Train Records NYC nationwide in Ireland, we are nearly finished the first part of our tour to promote it,

    Anyone that would like to hear what we sound like please visit our myspace at: , you can buy our album online through here and t-shirts and beanies too. The album is also available online through and , it is currently being registered at all the major mp3 sites worldwide.

    We made a video for our recent radio single "My Home" it can be seen at our website: where you can also find out what the band has been up to and is in the process of doing :-)

    Thats the plug and below is the labels press release, Thanks for your time!


    Ghost Train Records NYC StoneOcean Album Press Release May '06

    “The kind of band that the industry needs” - Hotpress magazine

    ”StoneOcean are great and fresh in sound” – Alison Curtis – Today FM

    “Stone Ocean's Debut is set to shake the industry from the foundations up”
    - Munster Express

    Take a rest for a moment. Let the tension go. Karac Kennedy said that, and he hasn’t followed his own advice for years. He’s the front man for “Ireland’s hardest-working band”, Kildare trio Stone Ocean. Complemented by drummer Alan Walsh and bassist Glenn Cummins, Stone Ocean hit the scene hard in 2002, quickly making their mark with their cleverly crafted, fast-paced stage show. True to the rock ethic that performing live is elemental to a great band, Stone Ocean have been hard at work playing literally hundreds of shows a around Ireland, and the UK, building a genuine following along the way.

    During a performance at the Oxegen Festival, the trio sparked the interest of US indie label Ghost Train Records. Within a couple of months the band were signed and brought over to record their debut album in New York’s prestigious Club House Studios with acclaimed producer Paul Murphy, following up with mastering pro Chris Athens (Cold Play, Limp Bizkit) and design artist Sean Evans (Maroon5, Aerosmith, AC/DC).

    Crediting their influences as “Anything that makes you wanna move”, Stone Ocean fit the tradition. “Good News” — a pop rock song if there ever was one, rhythmic, infectious — or the laid back "Time and the Money", a few solid minutes of chill-out, make harmony for a tougher, sleazier “Rival Crush”. Song by song, this album captures the high polish and the hard squall that are the essence of Stone Ocean.

    "Stone Ocean" was released on Friday April 28th, and was immediately play listed by almost all commercial Irish Radio stations with top alternative DJ Alison Curtis naming the band in her top new bands of 2006

    The album is available to buy from all good record stores in Ireland and online from the bands myspace profile

    (Dates Below and up to date listing available on or