French prog tech metal band Gorod set to release “A Maze Of Recycled Creeds” in October

static1.squarespace.comGorod are set to release their fifth album, “A Maze of Recycled Creeds” on October 16. The band explains the concept as follows:

“The lyrical concept of this album is based on the unfathomable fantasies created by various secret societies and mystical orders. A Maze Of Recycled Creeds speaks of the fraternity of the Rose-Croix, specifically via the works of Sâr Merodack Joséphin Péladan (1858 – 1918), a peculiar ‘guru’ claiming to have divine origins from Assyria… For the track ‘Celestial Nature,’ we touch on the enlisting of neophytes by using astrology. In a preamble to the initiation rites, the Rosicrucian disciple must identify himself with one major star and two minor stars the better to understand himself as an individual. This teaching matches with the Rosicrucian recurring discourse pattern about knowing oneself.”

Makes sense to me. And people think prog is for geeks!

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