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Andrew Walters. Pit gaillard. Uriah Brown. Michael Thornley. Matt Ahern. Kristian S. Danky Kang. Mines of Moria. Sam Cunneyworth. Panopticon, on the other hand, has received plenty of attention over the last year, and rightly so. It really sounded like nothing else. The fact that it was the achievement of just one person Austin L. Lunn made it all the more remarkable. Panopticon contributes three songs to this split.

That multi-faceted assault on the senses takes a breather about 6 minutes in, giving way to a slow, plaintive guitar melody that proves to be just as transfixing as the supercharged balance of the VIII - Vestiges / Panopticon - Vestiges / Panopticon. The second song is built on contrasts, too. On the other hand, the paint-scraping vocals are volatile and lung-bursting in their passion, and the drumming is again a marvel of acrobatic complexity. And the finish markedly dials up the intensity level.

Here, both bands use the visceral, cathartic power of metal as a carrier of divergent musical ideas and emotions. Collapse is a concept album themed around what Lunn regards as the inevitable ecological collapse of modern civilization. The album includes a lengthy bluegrass interlude at the end of its first track, and it VIII - Vestiges / Panopticon - Vestiges / Panopticon substantial post-rock influence throughout the album. The final song is entirely acoustic. The album was later reissued as a two-LP set.

The album is themed around death and religion, and it incorporates substantial samples from the Swedish film The Seventh Seal. In the liner notes, Lunn encourages listeners to watch the film. The album is an example of the blackgaze style, as it incorporates substantial influence from the shoegaze genre. Lunn attempted a do-it-yourself production here, to his eventual dissatisfaction; as a result, it was entirely remixed and remastered inalongside Social Disservicesfor a collection entitled Revisions of the Past.

Around this time, Panopticon released Battle Of Jericho - George Hammond - Hammond A Gogo second split with Wheels Within Wheels.

This is his first of several releases not to feature printed lyrics, as Lunn felt they were too 2. Rondo (Allegro) - Beethoven*, Alfred Brendel - Sonates N° 8, Op. 13 Pathétique - N° 19, Op.

49 he suggested in the liner notes that listeners could believe the VIII - Vestiges / Panopticon - Vestiges / Panopticon were about whatever they wished. This split also features a blackgaze style and incorporates a large amount of clean singing. Social DisservicesPanopticon's fourth album, is themed around Lunn's criticism of the foster system and social services more generally.

The album has a bleak style informed by punk bands; at the same time, it features lengthy, complex compositions the longest, "Patient", tops the twenty-minute markand it is his first of many releases to feature guest violinist John Becker sometimes credited as Johan Beckerwhose contributions have since become a distinct fixture of Panopticon's sound. According to the liner notes, "A portion of the profits from this record go to families in crisis and abuse victims.

KentuckyPanopticon's fifth album, is sometimes regarded as its commercial breakthrough. More of the album than ever before consists of bluegrass musicthough the three longer compositions are metal and the song "Black Waters" is closer to ambient music.

The album discusses the labor struggles surrounding coal mining in Kentucky, with substantial samples from the documentary Harlan County, USA. Three songs on the album are covers of old labor standards. Lunn donates a substantial portion of his profits from the album to the charity Kentuckians for the Commonwealthwhich stands in opposition to the environmentally destructive mining practice of mountaintop removal.

Panopticon's next split releases were with the Washington, D. The Vestiges split incorporated a cover of Suicide Nationwhile Brotherhood was inspired by time Lunn had spent in Norway with Falls of Rauros and as a result is more strongly influenced by second-wave black metal than Panopticon's usual fare.



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  • Shagami
    Vestiges / Panopticon Split by Vestiges / Panopticon, released 1. Vestiges - VII 2. Vestiges - VIII 3. Panopticon - A Letter 4. Panopticon - The Eulogy 5. Panopticon - Collapse & Die (Suicide Nation) Formed in Washington DC in , Vestiges set out to incorporate elements of hardcore, black metal, crust, d-beat, screamo, and post-rock to articulate their message both .
  • Dazragore
    It is succinctly what Panopticon is known for. The final track on the split is his cover of “Collapse and Die” by Suicide Nation. A quick 4 minute burst of blackened hardcore, just Panopticon-ized enough to pay homage. I need to make perfectly clear that I am not intending to question the talent nor intent behind Vestiges’ music. They are.
  • Guk
    Meanwhile, Vestiges' side of their split with Panopticon has "VII", which effectively serves as the intro to the much heavier "VIII". All There in the Manual: The original release of the self-titled album included essays that further explained the concepts behind the songs.
  • Akinogrel
    Co-release with Replenish Records "Collapse & Die" was originally performed by Suicide Nation. Gatefold cover. Black vinyl edition available from both labels. Also available in limited color editions, unique to each label.
  • Bakinos
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Split - Vestiges, Panopticon on AllMusic -
  • Guk
    Sep 30,  · referencing Vestiges / Panopticon, LP, Ltd, Blu, FR31, RR10 One of Panopticon's stronger releases. On this split LP the band has as much in common with bands like Daitro and My Bloody Valentine as much as they do with Agalloch or Alcest/5(33).
  • Kezragore
    May 26,  · The story continued with chapter VI in a split release with Ghaust, and then around the beginning of this year they began streaming the next two chapters, “VII” and “VIII”, on their web page and Bandcamp. Those most recent two songs are the Vestiges contributions to this current split with Panopticon.

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