Panopticon - The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness Part 1 Musikalbum
Titel: The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness Part 1
Stil: Black Metal
Datum der Freigabe: 06 Apr 2018
Land: USA & Europe
Etikett: Nordvis Produktion, Bindrune Recordings
Katalognummer: NVP073LP, BR050LP
Size MP3: 1055 mb
Size FLAC: 1249 mb
|1||En Hvit Ravns Død||9:38|
|2||The Singing Wilderness||9:47|
|4||Sheep In Wolves' Clothing||6:52|
|5||Snow Burdened Branches||11:24|
|6||A Ridge Where The Tall Pines Once Stood||3:42|
|7||Watch The Lights Fade||3:46|
|8||En Generall Avsky||6:09|
|NVP073LP, BR050LP||Panopticon||The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness Part 1 (2xLP, Album, Blu)||Nordvis Produktion, Bindrune Recordings||NVP073LP, BR050LP||USA & Europe||2018|
|NVP073||Panopticon||The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness Part 1 (CD, Album)||Nordvis Produktion||NVP073||Sweden||2018|
- Artwork [Cabin Drawing] – Hanna Larsson
- Backing Vocals, Guest [Guest Performance] – Ben Smith (tracks: D2)
- Guitar [Guitars], Bass [4 And 8 String], Drums, Accordion, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar, Baritone Guitar [Baritone Acoustic Guitar], Resonator Guitar [Resonator], Vocals [Sung And Screamed Vocals] – A. Lunn
- Lead Vocals, Guest [Guest Performance] – A. Pettersson (tracks: C2)
- Mastered By – Colin Marston
- Mixed By, Edited By – Spenser Morris
- Music By, Lyrics By, Written-By – A. Lunn
- Photography By [All Photography Captured By] – Bekah Lunn
- Recorded By – A. Lunn
- Violin [Violins], Guest [Guest Performance] – Johan Becker
- Vocals [Additional Screamed Vocals], Guest [Guest Performance] – William Seay (tracks: D1)
- Vocals [Additional Sung Vocals], Guest [Guest Performance] – William Seay (tracks: C1)
- Words By [Spoken Reading], Guest [Guest Performance] – Joe Beres (tracks: C1)
Edition of 100 were sold alongside The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness Part 2 with a stock paper slipcase, same color. The rest were sold separately.
Housed in gatefold jacket with printed inner sleeves.
Written and recorded during the end of 2015 and sporadically through to Summer 2017.
Mixing, reamping and editing done in 2016 and 2017. Mastered in Summer of 2017.
Blåtimen is in honor and dedication of Valfar's Windir.
This album is dedicated to the memory of Cliff and Ele Hokanson.
All photography captured in Tofte, MN and at Sigurd Olson's Cabin, Listening Point in Ely, MN.
Media samples taken from the documentary film: The Wilderness World of Sigurd Olson.
- Barcode (on hype sticker): 7 320470 230633
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): PIRATES PRESS - NVP073LP A 169618E1/A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): PIRATES PRESS - NVP073LP B 169618E2/A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, stamped): PIRATES PRESS - NVP073LP C 169618E3/A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, stamped): PIRATES PRESS - NVP073LP D 169618E4/A
- Manufactured By – Pirates Press
- Pressed By – GZ Media – 169618E
- Recorded At – Lundr Lodge
This album takes inspiration from the words of Sigurd Olson and the North woods he so cherished. This album is in loving memory of Cliff and Ele Hokanson. Not one single person was asked to review this album. I'm still only part way to understanding how much this album makes me a happier person Favorite track: The Moss Beneath The Snow. Metallurgical Fire The two Panopticon albums preceding this are in my top five of all time. I didnt buy this one last year because Im a damned fool, and didnt want to sit through the folkcountry etc. half of it. Dont be a damned fool like me. The Scars of Man on the Once Nameless Wilderness, Part 1 - Panopticon. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Part 1 of the 2 part album is entirely focused on exploring melodic. Part 2 takes a more somber, lonesome tone, lyrically focusing on the consequences of urban life, industry, global warming and environmental album Part 1 is entirely focused on exploring melodic, aggressive and atmospheric metal with lyrics about time spent in nature, questions and fears about the consequences of environmental destruction and seeking inspiration in the woods. Clocking in at about 2 hours, this collection is intended to be heard as a body of work, but as always thats up to the listener to decide. Tracklist: 1. Watch the Lights Fade 2. En Hvit Ravns Død 3. Blåtimen 4. Sheep in Wolves Clothing 5. A Ridge Where the Tall Pines Once Stood 6. En Generell Avsky 7. The Singing Wilderness 8. Snow Burdened Branches. Album 2018 8 Songs. 1 Panopticon. Death MetalBlack Metal. Watch the Lights Fade. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und Empfehlungen und informieren Sie sich über Tracklisten, beteiligte Personen und Weiteres. Vervollständigen Sie Ihre Panopticon-Sammlung. incorrect info here. i own this version. the vinyl is actually blue on one side, with clear on the other, the clear side has some small foggy bits, white in color, but the one side is clearly transparent. the run out numbers on my version do not signify the side either all side indicate - PIRATES PRESS - NVP073LP B. The sound of Scars of Man Part 1 is extremely rich with many songs utilizing the aforementioned fiddle, backing choirs, as well as acoustic guitars and banjos to flesh things out and make this feel alive and verdant. Even when its just guitars and drums in a standard black metal setup everything sounds very vivid and beautiful with how these riffs and melodies come together. The first album isn't a major departure for Panopticon, but it doesn't really sound particularly like any of the other albums. Scars is also Lunns most captivating effort, displaying an astounding range in instrumentation and compositions. While in the past Lunn has blended genres together, Scars not only offers those blends but also a new side to his work. The first half of Scars is the sort of masterful atmospheric black metal weve come to know of Lunn. Blistering drum work and somber guitar melodies create an air of melancholy. En hvit ravns død offers a barrage of drums alongside a cold guitar rhythm. The two-disc Scars of Man finds Panopticon separating the black metal and American folk elements of his music, rendering it generic. Full Review. View All. The first part was extremely boring. The second half on the other hand was much much better. The Scars of Man. is a behemoth of a release, clocking in at a full two hours over the course of eighteen tracks. Truthfully, splitting it in half makes sense, because the album is structured as two halves. Part 1 is much less of a departure, but no less of a strong output. Everything that's been so lauded of Panopticon is still here. He manages to create melodies with his rapid-fire guitar picking, the vocals have a primitive quality that's more of a wild animal in a cave than someone slitting their wrists or setting a church on fire, and heck the bass guitar even pops up now and again