The Great Old Ones have announced their upcoming fourth album, the follow-up to 2017's EOD - A Tale of Dark Legacy. The new album follows a Lovecraftian theme, aptly titled Cosmicism.
"Cosmicism" is a literary philosophy developed by H.P. Lovecraft. In summary, this philosophy expresses the fact that humans are totally insignificant in the light of what is happening in the cosmos, events that we can’t understand, issues that are beyond us. Each song on this album features a specific Lovecraftian entity, as well as the protagonist who meets her, sinking into admiration and madness.
Guitarist/vocalist Benjamin Guerry says of the album, which will release on Season of Mist.
1. Cosmic Depths (01:47)
2. The Omniscient (09:26)
3. Of Dementia (06:16)
4. Lost Carcosa (08:57)
5. A Thousand Young (11:44)
6. Dreams of the Nuclear Chaos (04:27)
7. Nyarlathotep (07:29)
8. To A Dreamer (07:34) Bonus Track
Benjamin Guerry: Vocals, guitars
Aurélien Edouard: Guitars
Alexandre 'Gart' Rouleau: Guitars
Benoit 'Barby' Claus: Bass
Leo Isnard: Drums
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