Pushing both the death metal and progressive elements of their signature sound harder than ever, The Outer Ones represents Revocation at their boldest, most aggressive and most complex. Moving away from the societal and historical themes that informed 2016's Great is Our Sin, this time vocalist/guitarist Dave Davidson has immersed himself in the fantastic, evoking one of the great writers of the sci-fi/horror genre. "The title is my ode to H.P. Lovecraft and the entities of pure cosmic horror that rule that universe he created." Furthermore, those drawn to the more epic tendencies of Revocation are certain to not be disappointed by The Outer Ones, and ambitious closer "A Starless Darkness" takes influence from a variety of sources but ultimately stands in a league of it's own.