Some of the best fiction plays with the myths we know and love. Star Wars deliberately engages archetypes. The Dresden Files plays with religion in a way that makes if feel immediately relevant. Neil Gaiman does this in all of his works, from Sandman to Good Omens to The Graveyard Book.
Eluveitie does this with some of their songs. Omnos addresses some of the roots of the Red Riding Hood myth. Check it out here.
It’s sung in Gallic, so you’ll want to use this link — which includes translations into English.
Also: I’m pleased to announce Chris Jordan of Texas as the winner of our Cthulu Haiku contest. He will receive honor, glory, and a copy of a short story never before published.