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    Ewigkeit Cosmic Man

    CD

    14 

    incl. 24% VAT

    Fresh from helping to resurrect In The Woods…, prolific underground metal artist James Fogarty then immediately began to reconstruct his long-running solo effort Ewigkeit and record the new album Cosmic Man, which is set for international release on July 14th via Svart Records. With a history of creating novelty, James’ newest Ewigkeit release is not without its own enigma.

    Lyrically melding the motifs of Terence McKenna and the psychedelic counter-culture with the music of the various rocks, metals, and alloys, Cosmic Man takes you from the haze of the early ’70s via a NWOBHM detour, followed by a refuel and oil-change at extreme metal. From then on, it’s out with the star-charts for a left turn at Alpha Centauri and straight down the inter-galactic highway toward the transcendental object at the end of time.

    Ewigkeit’s Cosmic Man is a potential psycho-pomp for the discerning existential metal fan: a musical journey through the kaleidoscopic and carnivalesque and, ultimately, piercing the veil of physical death in a confrontation with the unknown.

    Quantum Eraser
    Cold Souls
    Death is the Portal
    Neon Ghoul Ride
    Space Horse
    Running Away from the Circus
    Thief in the Sky
    Time Travelling Medicine Man
    Back to Beyond
    Two Minutes to Midnight

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      Ewigkeit Cosmic Man

      LP

      17 

      incl. 24% VAT

      Gatefold jacket, black vinyl. 300 copies only.

      Fresh from helping to resurrect In The Woods…, prolific underground metal artist James Fogarty then immediately began to reconstruct his long-running solo effort Ewigkeit and record the new album Cosmic Man, which is set for international release on July 14th via Svart Records. With a history of creating novelty, James’ newest Ewigkeit release is not without its own enigma.

      Lyrically melding the motifs of Terence McKenna and the psychedelic counter-culture with the music of the various rocks, metals, and alloys, Cosmic Man takes you from the haze of the early ’70s via a NWOBHM detour, followed by a refuel and oil-change at extreme metal. From then on, it’s out with the star-charts for a left turn at Alpha Centauri and straight down the inter-galactic highway toward the transcendental object at the end of time.

      Ewigkeit’s Cosmic Man is a potential psycho-pomp for the discerning existential metal fan: a musical journey through the kaleidoscopic and carnivalesque and, ultimately, piercing the veil of physical death in a confrontation with the unknown.

      Quantum Eraser
      Cold Souls
      Death is the Portal
      Neon Ghoul Ride
      Space Horse
      Running Away from the Circus
      Thief in the Sky
      Time Travelling Medicine Man