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07-21 Panopticon Streams Remasters
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Panopticon

Panopticon is a one-man atmospheric black metal band from Louisville, Kentucky, United States of America which holds anarchistbeliefs. The band was formed by Austin Lunn (A.Lundr) in 2007, and in early 2008 he left his other band Anagnorisis to focus all hisattention on Panopticon. The band is influenced both by early BM like Darkthrone and Mayhem and by crust bands such as Amebix,and has also named bluegrass, folk music (especially Nordic folk), Tom Waits, and Godspeed You! Black Emperor as influences.

http://thetruepanopticon.bandcamp.com

Similar Bands: Ash Borer, Falls of Rauros, Fell Voices, Saor, Wolves in the Throne Room

LPs
Autumn Eternal
2015

3.9
254 Votes
Roads to the North
2014

3.9
307 Votes
Kentucky
06/01/2012

3.5
164 Votes
Social Disservices
2011

3.6
92 Votes
Collapse
2009

3.9
187 Votes
Panopticon
2008

4.1
180 Votes
Compilations
Revisions of the Past
2016

4.5
1 Votes
On the Subject of Mortality
2010

3.5
66 Votes

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