Italy’s OJNE release Undici​/​Dodici on vinyl

By on December 11, 2013


ØJNE is set to release their debut EP Undici/Dodici on various international labels, including Pike (Germany), Don’t Live Like Me (US), Driftwood (US), Stereo Dasein (Netherlands), Unlock Yourself (Russia), Monday Morning (Germany), La Agonia De Vivir (Spain), Fading Halo (Romania), Shove (Italy), Pikpik (US), Upwind Productions (Italy), Blessedhands (Italy), Couchpunx (Italy), Laterraurla (Italy) and Dog Knights Productions (UK).

The album is up for streaming on their Bandcamp.

Clear/Black Mix /50
Clear /150
Black /250

Preorders are available on the following stores:
Don’t Live Like Me Records – Black and Clear
Dog Knights Productions – Black and Clear
Pike Records – Black and Clear
Stereo Dasein – Black and Clear
The black/clear mix preorders have sold out.

ØJNE is a screamo band from Milano, Italy. They began assaulting ears at the end of 2011, drawing influence from bands like La Quiete, Raein and Age Sixteen. In 2012. ØJNE recorded their first five songs, the songs you hear on Undici/Dodici (“Eleven/Twelve” in English). Undici/Dodici was recorded in May and mixed by William Killingsworth. After opening for bands like Raein, Cavalcades, Ornaments and Shizune, ØJNE plans to depart Italy for the first time via a mini-tour of Europe in 2014.

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Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.