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Panopticon - Collapse flac album

Performer: Panopticon
Title: Collapse
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 775
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The first of (to date) four concept albums Panopticon has released, Collapse expanded the scope of the band's first album to the collapse of society itself. As an anarchist, sole band member Austin Lunn doesn't regard this as necessarily being a uniformly bad thing. Collapse is the sophomore record of Kentucky’s one and only one-man black metal show, Panopticon. Formed in 2007 by mastermind Austin Lunn, the project’s acclaimed self-titled debut featured a hodgepodge of different black metal styles, all wrapped together in a raw, lo-fi, do-it-yourself package.

Collapse by Panopticon, released 21 June 2009 1. The Death of Baldr and the Coming War 2. Aptrgangr 3. Merkstave 4. Idavoll 5. Beginning of the End (Amebix) Bonus track features Rob Miller of Amebix on vocals. Got it. + add. album.

Band Name Panopticon. Дата релиза 21 Июнь 2009. Лейблы Pagan Flames Productions. Музыкальный стильAtmospheric Black. Владельцы этого альбома7. 1. The Death of Baldr and the Coming War.

Nom du groupe Panopticon. Nom de l'album Collapse. Date de parution 21 Juin 2009. Labels Pagan Flames Productions. Style MusicalBlack Atmosphérique. Membres possèdant cet album7. 15:53.

From its very core, the Panopticon project is a deviation from what most know to be black metal, particularly in the context of the North American scene. For one, the political element is a serious component of Lunn’s music, and is no simplistic amateur attempt at popularizing the band; rather, there is a multitude of depth to Panopticon’s message beyond a mere acceptance of Lunn’s views.

Panopticon is the third full-length album by Los Angeles, California based post-metal band ISIS, released by Ipecac Recordings in 2004. The album's title is derived from philosopher Jeremy Bentham's panopticon prison ideal and n Michel Foucault's later allegorical appropriation of the concept.

Collapse (2009) by Panopticon. Labels: Pagan Flames, Lundr. Genres: Atmospheric Black Metal. Songs: The Death of Baldr and the Coming War, Aptrgangr, Merkstave, Idavoll.

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). 15'53.


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Reviews (1)
Panopticon’s eponymous debut album was a 2 stars album. Simply put, there isn’t music there, but total chaos: extremely reverberated drums like they were tubular bells, undefined and un-catchy C-tuned guitar lines, constant relying on pure speed and the sensation that the album was made more to provoke than anything else is strong. All of these make for one of the most frustrating debut of the genre for a long time. There are more samples of politicians/preachers/television personalities in the second track than in any single album on Earth: the third is introduced by a lengthy guitar feedback, and all the songs here are unnecessarily prolix (all going more than 10 minutes). Some Hardcore Punk moments in the fourth track are exhilarating, but nothing more. To put it short, this album represents the worst way ever to jump the Post-Black territory of Austere/Woods of Desolation. Ever.Panopticon’s second album Collapse is essentially a miniature of the previous album. The album includes three 10-15 minutes epics that include obsessive blast-beats, In Flames-like G minor tremolos, lengthy interruption by microtonal acoustic guitar/slide banjo instrumentation, a sample of people speaking and flies flying and plenty of repetition. The lack of songwriting polish results in separate moments that not only don’t create a cohesive whole. The third track “Merkstave” includes passages reminiscent of Emperor, but once again the In Flames influence spreads all over. Though the album is much more concise than the previous, it’s nonetheless an exhausting listening.Highlights: “The Death of Baldr and the Coming War”.

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