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Panopticon - Collapse - 2009 (U$A)

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  1. Bentheanarchist

    BentheanarchistExperienced Member Uploader Experienced member




    Dec 10, 2010


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    Track List:

    1. The Death of Baldr and the Coming War
    2. Aptrgangr
    3. Merkstave
    4. Idavoll


    Release Date : 2009

    Panopticon Biography

    Panopticon is an atmospheric, one-man black metal/folk band from Louisville, Kentucky, USA, started in 2007, now located in Minnesota, USA.

    Band members: Austin Lunn

    There are at least four artists named Panopticon:

    1) Panopticon is an atmospheric black metal band created by Austin Lunn. The project began as a studio-only effort with Lunn writing and performing all parts. While he remains the driving creative force, Panopticon has since expanded to include a lineup of musicians for live performances. The music features many familiar elements of black metal, but additionally incorporates bluegrass and Appalachian folk. In addition to sounds typical to heavy metal music, such as distorted guitars and rapid drumming, Panopticon also incorporates a diverse range of additional instrumentation, such as banjos, fiddles, bells, synthesizers and acoustic guitars.

    Lunn is an avid outdoorsman, and some listeners have noted the influence of the natural world on Panopticon's music; for example, in a review of Autumn Eternal on Pitchfork.com, one music critic noted, "one can easily imagine a Henry David Thoreau-like figure retreating to the woods to contemplate personal, spiritual, and environmental concerns." Lunn's music has also been described as "natural, organic, and methodical, masterful in its writing, fiery and alive in its execution."

    Besides the above-listed styles, Lunn also cites dark metal, melodic death metal, American folk music, post-rock, crust punk, indie rock, country, and progressive rock as influences on his style. Panopticon's subject matter varies, including political issues, history, pagan spirituality, environmental issues and personal struggles. Typically the albums are conceptual (excluding the first record) and carry a theme throughout the entire record.

    The artist has an official Facebook page and a Bandcamp site.

    2008 - Panopticon
    2009 - Panopticon/Wheels Within Wheels (split with Wheels Within Wheels)
    2009 - Collapse
    2009 - Panopticon/Lake of Blood (split with Lake of Blood)
    2010 - Panopticon/When Bitter Spring Sleeps (split with When Bitter Spring Sleeps)
    2010 - Skagos/Panopticon (split with Skagos)
    2011 - ...On the Subject of Mortality (collects Panopticon's sides of the When Bitter Spring Sleeps and Skagos splits; is officially considered Panopticon's third album)
    2011 - Wheels Within Wheels/Panopticon II (split with Wheels Within Wheels)
    2011 - Social Disservices
    2012 - Kentucky
    2013 - Vestiges/Panopticon (split with Vestiges)
    2014 - Brotherhood (split with Falls of Rauros; also sometimes referred to as Falls of Rauros/Panopticon)
    2014 - Roads to the North
    2015 - Autumn Eternal
    2016 - Waldgeflüster/Panopticon (split with Waldgeflüster)
    2016 - Revisions of the Past (remastered versions of ...On the Subject of Mortality and Social Disservices)
    2018 - The Scars of Man on the Once Nameless Wilderness (two-CD/four-LP set, also released in two parts - The Scars of Man on the Once Nameless Wilderness, Part 1 and The Scars of Man on the Once Nameless Wilderness, Part 2)
    2019 - The Crescendo of Dusk (EP)
    2021 - ...And Again Into the Light

    2) Panopticon is also a Jazz band. "To Be In Music" is PaNoPTiCoN's only goal.
    This project idea emerged while Domenico Solazzo was recording his latest album, "Multiply", in which he invited several other musicians to a creative partnership. Some collaborations sounded better than expected hence their will to make it big and live! Inspired by the great mastery of 70's electric jazz improvisers and pioneers, PaNoPTiCoN is a sonic laboratory that takes life on stage only, where no one knows what to expect, including the musicians themselves ! Improvisation at its extreme best articulated around three axis: mood, groove and melody. At this moment, there are no core members. The PaNoPTiCoN's formula is an open invitation to anyone willing to dive into the most beautiful mystical forms of music.One show after another, the music played by the band should and will be different as the band itself!

    3) Panopticon is a Progressive Metal band formed in Brighton, UK, with influences stretching as far as Rush, Children of Bodom, Tool and Racer X.

    4) Progressive Trance group consisting of Ben McPherson, Damon Fonooni and Darius Kohanim.

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Pagan Flames Productions

    American black metal label from Cedar Rapids, Iowa.


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  2. katerinarose

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    Nov 6, 2011
    Thank you a thousand times.
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    Oct 6, 2009