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Bowmanville, Canada
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Can you spill a secret?
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The Ocean Buried has made an appearance in AP Magazine, played Warped Tour (Toronto stop), appeared on City Tv's Breakfast Television and hit as high as number 4 on the Myspace Canada Charts for unsigned Powerpop within the past few months.

"With dispositions nearly as sunny as their bouncy pop, The Ocean Buried have used an appearance on Canada's MuchMusic, a dedicated online following and an EP loaded with catchy tunes to build their name throughout the country..."
-Alternative Press, October 2009

"They are being compared to as the the next Sum 41 and Billy Talent; huge priase from the critics." - CityTV's Breakfast Television

“The ones to watch... Their music gets stuck in your subconscious and throughout the day you find yourself singing it.”
- Toronto Independent Music Awards

“Their youthful energy, colourful clothing and fun choreographed stage antics provide the perfect aesthetics to their pop punk assault.”
- Toronto Music Scene

“The Ocean Buried's debut album is nothing short of great and brings this new band into the world with a loud bang!”
- Lee Clifford, The Verge, XM Radio

“With their catchy vocal hooks and pop punk sensibilities, it's easy to see why The Ocean Buried got a decent sized crowd on the Kevin Says stage.”
- Toronto Music Scene’s Warped Tour Review 2009