Our Common Sense
Are Thrilled To Present
“Abyss” Music Video
“Abyss” is a track taken from ‘Harbinger Of Calamity’ album, due for release via Wormholedeath worldwide. More info coming soon!
We are proud to present the videoclip of Abyss of our forthcoming album Harbinger Of Calamity. This song and clip wouldn’t be possible without the helping hands of Steenworp (NL) and Sam Baguet Videography (BE).
Let the darkness devour your soul.
Our Common Sense is a relative young collective who plays music with a touch of the heavier genres since 2014. We cannot pinpoint one genre that will fully describe our music, but if we have to choose, we would say we play post/stoner metal with an exciting touch of post-hardcore vocals. Our influences can be traced back to Karma To Burn, Steak Number Eight, Prong, Truckfighters, Orange Goblin, Bring Me The Horizon, Silosis and many more…
In the early years (2014-2016) Our Common Sense was commonly known as an instrumental band. The brothers Baetslé and a friend established the project with their love for music. Almost three years passed and with the change of musicians coming and leaving Jelle, Seppe, and Glenn welcomed their second guitarist Stijn who implemented the stoner genre into the heavy metal sound of Our Common Sense. At the beginning of 2017 the band transformed into their full line up, adding the vocals of Thomas, they began writing their first EP. By adding the raw screams of his empathic voice, OCS left their status of being an instrumental band behind. The various sounds blended into one indefinable genre with traces of stoner-rock, post-metal, and sludge. This led to the upcoming release of Mankind’s Worst To Know in March 2018. The Ep contains five songs which tells the story of our contemporary society and how they experience it. How eyes follow every movement we make and how fast people judge our believes, leaving us behind, cast to stone.
After winning the preliminary rounds and the final of Steenworp Zeeuws-Vlaanderen, several doors were opened. Various performances followed in the South of the Netherlands with as highlights a third place on the “road to Graauwrock”, a performance at the festival “Kreekrock” and the opening of “Weitjerock edition 2018”, where they shared the stage with The Van Jets, Absynthe Minded, CPeX, and Goose.
In their own country, this also led to the support of Buzzkill Baby and the sharing of the poster with Moments and Signs Of Algorithm.
Our Common Sense are:
Thomas De Wispelaere