Il carrello è vuoto
Label: Pagan Flames Productions – PFCD016, Handmade Birds – none
Format: CD, Album
Released: Mar 2013
Following up the critically acclaimed Kentucky, Roads... is the logical evolution into pure and passionate artistic expression. Sole visionary Austin Lunn's journey away from his home state has been beautifully documented on Roads to the North along with all the heartache, sorrow and triumph that followed him along the way. The album features a litany of guest's, including members of Waldgefluster, Celestiial, Blood and Sun, Obsequiae, Altar of Plagues, Vit, Austaras, and Vukari, and was engineered & produced by ever-prolific sound wizard Colin Marston.
Autumn is here covering the landscape with its amber raiment, transforming it into a fiery land of colour and wonder. Just like this season of fire Panopticons new creation colours our inner world with autumn's sparkling shades, putting tunes to this season of transcendence. ”Autumn Eternal” is still an incredibly well-composed album by the multifaceted artist A. Lunn. It is a deep and soulful journey which reflects on a seemingly eternal quest of this talented and kind hearted individual, steeped in sadness and beauty. Autumn Eternal is a beautiful work of art created in the sign of melancholy and in which the metal genre is interwoven with other traditional music styles, forming one of the most captivating, illuminating and honest metal albums in 2015
Comes in an eye-catching CD gatefold sleeve including a 12 page booklet with stories, photos & paintings by A.Lunn.
The CD comes with an expanded booklet featuring lyrics and liner notes accidentally omitted from the
With Panopticon’s 5th full-length album, Kentucky, Austin Lunn pushed the boundaries and blurred the lines between melodic US black metal and folk driven Americana. Bluegrass, with its high and lonesome sound and cultural and emotional significance, provided the perfect backdrop for Austin’s lyrical exploration of the Kentucky's rich cultural heritage and unique environment as well as coal miner's plight to stand up against the cruelty of a greed driven fossil fuel industry as they struggled to organize a union to fight against horrific working conditions. The album is about more than just coal mining history...it is a love letter to the " blue grass state" and the beautiful people and places contained within its borders.
This is a deluxe reissue of “Social Disservices” with the same mix and master from the “revisions of the past “ set from 2017. Completely reworked by Spenser Morris and mastered by Colin Marston. This is the difinitive version of the album, the way it was meant to be heard and seen ...colored wax with spot UV on the cover , drastically improved sound quality.