OUR HOLLOW OUR HOME Releases Visualizer for “Monochrome”

After years of relentless hard work and refining their craft, Southampton-based metalcore band Our Hollow, Our Home returned with their third album Burn In The Flood. 

Despite the recently announced departure of all members but Tobias Young, Our Hollow, Our Home will continue but close an important chapter with the Deluxe Edition of Burn In The Flood. It’s a wrap-up and ageless souvenir of all people and fans bringing this masterpiece to life.

Burn In The Flood Deluxe Edition releases today, April 7, and will hold five original songs on top and is available as limited colored double vinyl in two variants (limited to 500 copies each) including a special etching and CD, together with merch options at the Arising Empire Shop and Impericon.

Order and stream the album here.

Watch the visualizer for the track “Monochrome” here.

OH, OH has toured with Asking Alexandria and Blessthefall and enjoyed high-profile slots at festivals such as Graspop, Nova Rock, Summerblast, and Jera On Air. The band was boosted by a hugely popular cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” back in 2017, which was picked up by BBC Radio One’s Greg James. It subsequently topped the iTunes UK rock and metal chart and racked up over 300,000 plays on YouTube during its first week of release.
“Burn In The Flood”
“In Retrospect”
“Better Daze”
“Remember Me”
“Children Of Manus”
“Seven Years (Shine A Light On Me)”

“Battle X City”
“Miles > Motion”

“Comfortably Our Hollow, Our Home’s best work yet, and one which shows the potential they have within them”– Kerrang!

“Bringing together all of the elements and emotions that have played a part in their journey up until now and displaying them proudly, it’s a record of immense depth and devastation. Vulnerable and vicious, raw and ravaging, it’s a collection of songs that push the band further to the front of the UK metalcore scene and will surely enrapture and assist everyone who lets it under their skin” – Rock Sound 

“Burn In The Flood’s melodies are rich, its guitars soar and the voices are carried with absolute convictio.” – Metal Hammer 8/10

“This album offers everything you could want from this genre in 2023” – FUZE Magazine
“Musically and lyrically a change of pace” – Morecore