Origin: Montreal, Quebec, Canada  
Genres: Space Rock
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Page online: January 27, 2008
Last update/review: May 29, 2016


This project was bound to get attention from metal fans due to the participation of Voivod drummer Away (plus, the album is on The End), but even though the promos all say this is just 70's space rock, there's quite a bit for the metal fan. Yes, heavy space rock is here, such as "Psycho" and "Messe Noire", but there's also mellow new-age fare like "Dream", an electronic fest ("Mothership"), a pretty rocking affair in "Much Too Old", and the odd "Amerique Innavouable", which is overlaid with spoken (not sung) French vocals (only these last two mentioned songs have any vocals at all). In short, there's not a lot that's really modern about Kosmos, but fans of 70's-influenced heavy rock, as well as the spacier stuff, will enjoy this. Apparently this was a one-off project as the members have since moved on.

Last Lineup



Vincent Peake


Alex Crow


Michel Langevin

drums (ex-Tau Cross, Voivod)


2007 The End
  1. Psycho
  2. Dream
  3. Grand Grizou
  4. Yawa
  5. Indu Kush
  6. Much Too Old
  7. Kosmos
  8. Krautrock
  9. Septial
  10. Amerique Innavouable
  11. Mothership
  12. Messe Noire
  • Jetphil
  • Vincent Peake
  • Alex Crow
  • Michel Langevin

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