Osyron has been nominated for a YYC Music Award For Metal Recording of the Year for their 2020 album “Foundations”. The full length was released on July 10th of last year via SAOL/The Orchard and garnered much praise from both fans and industry for its musical diversity and its thought-provoking lyrical exploration of Canadian history and identity, speaking on topics on the country’s colonization to the mistreatment and recognition of Indigenous to the nation’s participation in global warfare.
Osyron is nominated alongside fellow Calgary bands Bloody Monroe, Syryn, Benevolent Like Quietus, Telephone Silence. A full list of nominees and award categories can be found at https://yycmusicawards.com/awards/2021/2021-yycma-nominees/
The band comments on their award nomination: “We are beyond excited and grateful to be considered for this award among our peers, especially considering that the bulk of the production, recording and mixing on this release was done in-house by members of the band! This truly means the world to all of us! THANK YOU!”