Panopticon's "on the subject of mortality
- part one" are the most honest and revealing Panopticon
recordings thus far.
These songs are organic, stripped down, and uncompromising. A
sorrowful - yet somehow hopeful - exploration of the theme of
and the purpose of existence. Fueled by ferocious, driving drumming
and percussion, raging and furious
vocals, and the technical guitar shredding of A. Lundr.
But this time expect a melancholy
pervading that separates these works from Panopticon's usual message
of "stand and fight for it". This time there is the
feeling of questions unanswered and frustration at our very short
time here on Earth.
Seek the emotional conclusion of "on
the subject of mortality" along with exclusive tracks by
Skagos available at Flenser records.