The "-centrics" albums saw the introduction of current vocalist Loïc Rossetti to the band's lineup, a game changer in their 17 years history. "Anthropocentric" is heavier than its same-year predecessor "Heliocentric", with the crushing 15-minutes openening track duality „The Grand Inquisitor“ part I and II and following track „She Was The Universe“, one of the most-streamed THE OCEAN tracks to date, setting the bar high for the rest of the album. Conceptually, "Heliocentric" and "Anthropocentric" are a comprehensive critique of the legacy of christianity: While "Heliocentric" approaches the topic in a historical-chronological way, the main focus of "Anthropocentric" is the "Grand Inquisitor" chapter in Dostoyevsky's world-famous novel "The Brothers Karamazov", spread out over 3 tracks of the album. Other songs like the serene "The Almightiness Contradiction" take up ideas by Richard Dawkins, the spearhead of modern day's aetheism.
2. The Grand Inquisitor I: Karamazov Baseness
3. She Was The Universe
4. For He That Wavereth...
5. 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