Mastered By [Chartmakers] – Svante Forsbäck (tracks: B2, C1 to C4)
Mastered By [Hidden Planet Studios] – Jan Oberg (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B4)
Mixed By – J. Fehlmann
Producer – R. Staps
Recorded By [Drums, Strings] – Julien Fehlmann
Sounds [Sound] – Julien Fehlmann
Vocals – Loïc Rossetti
Edition of 50 copies in golden vinyl.
Recorded between July 2009 and July 2010.
Drums recorded at Studio Mécanique, strings recorded at ABC Théatre, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.
Guitars and bass recorded at our homes and at Studio Mécanique.
Additional cello recorded at Hidden Planet Studios, Berlin, Germany.
Vocals recorded at the new Oceanland Studios, in a secret place on the Spanish coast.
Mastered at Chartmakers, Helsinki, Finland and at Hidden Planet Studios, Berlin, Germany.
The lyrics of track B1 contain excerpts of the poem 'Darkness' by Lord Byron.
B2 and C1 contain words by Friedrich Nietzsche.
The lyrics of this album were largely inspired by Fyodor Dostoyevsky's 'The Brothers Karamazov', particularly the chapter The Grand Inquisitor, and contain many quotes and allusions to said novel.
Gatefold cover comes with 3 revolving transparent & gold-foiled PVC dials attached to the front of gatefold with a screw, showing the earth, the orbits of the planets revolving around the earth, and the zodiacs. These dials can be manually turned. D-side has an engraving featuring special artwork by Martin Kvamme. Star map insert with lyrics on backside.
This is the second album that can be included in a box that was sold with Heliocentric, released in May 2010.
Limited to 1550 run
50 gold/gold 150 gold/blue with black in it (looks a bit greenish) 800 solid blue with a bit (5%) of white in it. - 550 black/black
Recorded At – Studio Mécanique
Recorded At – ABC Théatre
Recorded At – Hidden Planet Studio
Recorded At – Oceanland Studios
Mastered At – Chartmakers
Mastered At – Hidden Planet Studio
Anthropocentric - The Ocean. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Anthropocentric is the fifth studio album by German metal band The Ocean. It is the second album in a 2 album series, following Heliocentric. Anthropocentric continues the critique of Christianity as in its companion album Heliocentric. The album was released in North America on November 9, 2010. Like its companion Heliocentric, Anthropocentric focuses on critique of Fundamentalist Christianity and Creationism. It calls into question the beliefs of creationists and modern fundamentalists who. Anthropocentric is the fifth studio album by German progressivesludge metal band The Ocean. It was released on November 9, 2010 throught Metal by The Ocean, released 09 November 2010 1. Anthropocentric 2. The Grand Inquisitor I: Karamazov Baseness 3. She was the Universe 4. For He that Wavereth. The Grand Inquisitor II: Roots & Locusts 6. The Grand Inquisitor III: A Tiny Grain of Faith 7. Sewers of the Soul 8. Wille Zum Untergang 9. Heaven TV 10. The Almightiness Contradiction. Alice M. For those who think Heliocentric was not heavy enough. This still has nice melodies, though. Favorite track: The Grand Inquisitor II: Roots & Locusts. Album 2010 10 Songs. Anthropocentric The Ocean. in album The Ocean - Anthropocentric 2010. The Ocean - Anthropocentric. The Ocean - The Grand Inquisitor I: Karamazov Baseness. The Ocean - She Was The Universe. The Ocean - For He That Wavereth. The Ocean - The Grand Inquisitor II: Roots & Locusts. The Ocean - The Grand Inquisitor III: A Tiny Grain Of Faith. The Ocean - Sewers Of The Soul. The Ocean - Wille Zum Untergang. The Ocean - Heaven TV. The Ocean - The Almightiness Contradiction. Listen free to The Ocean Anthropocentric Anthropocentric, The Grand Inquisitor I: Karamazov Baseness and more. 10 tracks 50:02. While Anthropocentric doesnt hark back to the heaviness of the bands earlier efforts, it does provide the perfect contrast to the lighter Heliocentric. Opening jaunt and title track Anthropocentric signals this straight away, exploding out of the blocks with layers of sludgy guitar and growls. Much of the record follows in similar fashion, with the traditional Ocean heaviness juxtaposing beautifully with the bands newly found atmosphere. The lyrics of the album were inspired by and contain quotes from Fyodor Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Karamazov. The Grand Inquisitor IV: Exclusion From Redemption