THE OCEAN: 'The Grand Inquisitor II: Roots & Locusts' Video Released

"The Grand Inquisitor II: Roots & Locusts", the new video from German progressive metal/post hardcore enigmas THE OCEAN, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's latest album, "Anthropocentric", which was released last November via Metal Blade Records.

"Anthropocentric" is the sequel to "Heliocentric" (released in April of 2010). Together the records serve as a separately-issued double album, a mammoth conceptual effort that took almost two years to complete. From a lyrical and artistic point of view, the albums represent a fundamental and philosophical critique of Christianity.

THE OCEAN is currently making its way through North America as part of The Hypersleep Dialogues tour alongside headliners BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, JOB FOR A COWBOY and CEPHALIC CARNAGE on select dates.


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