Panopticon The Scars of Man on the Once Nameless Wilderness
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Dimorphic
May 4th 2018


991 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

If it's not frostbitten then it can get out ma' scene!



Yh fair enough though, to each their own.

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Hawks
May 4th 2018


73557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I mean it's still not a 1.5 but yeah to each their own and shit.

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Wizard
May 12th 2018


20218 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is my favourite this year by a mile. He finally nailed the more modern, less punkish route he's been taking the past handful of albums.

Dimorphic
May 24th 2018


991 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Man, I really appreciate the authenticity of the acoustic bluegrass disc.



Such an emotional series of songs, but the emotion is naturally dulled through years of tiredness and dissatisfaction with life and the state of the world. A truly genuine work, if not a little cheesy at certain times. Retains its charm well.

Atari
Staff Reviewer
May 24th 2018


24893 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

as much as I loved Autumn Eternal when it dropped, it was a bit underwhelming to return to after this beast

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jmh886
May 25th 2018


2419 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I feel like Part 1 is a 4 and Part 2 is a 3.5.

Heathenhearted
June 1st 2018


39 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Just saw Panopticon live at Northwest Terror Fest in Seattle. Absolutely incredible, closed out with "The Moss Beneath the Snow," my favorite track on this. Got to meet Austin afterwards and talked to him for a few minutes, and he seemed like a really cool, down to earth guy. Falls of Rauros killed it as well, they sound exactly like their recordings.

osmark86
June 7th 2018


9216 Comments


Damn FoR and Panopticon. Must have been a fantastic show.

zaruyache
July 30th 2018


21302 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Ugh they were so good live. Had to catch a few bystanders that got thrown by the pit aha.

FearThyEvil
July 30th 2018


17012 Comments


"Looks like Melon agrees with me."

Yeah, but melon sucks anyway so.

zaruyache
August 9th 2018


21302 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

trying to jam this again and my problem with the bm side is that I can't really differentiate the content here from anything on Roads or Autumn. It's all just becoming one big wash of samey Lunn bm. Are there nuances to this album besides it sounding a little more raw?

BallsToTheWall
August 24th 2018


49741 Comments


I need this on vinyl asap.

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Cryptkeeper
August 24th 2018


1897 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

'Yeah, but melon sucks anyway so.'

I hate how he always spends 10 minutes making a simple two sentence point but I suppose he gotta get that ad revenue

Hawks
August 30th 2018


73557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Lunn might be my fav drummer ever tbh. Dude is absolutely insane.

garas
October 11th 2018


1808 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Finally I found some time to listen to this.



Imo, less could have been "more". Some parts were really good, while others really boring.

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TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
October 19th 2018


25962 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

this album is immmmmense

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Hawks
October 19th 2018


73557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yep it’s amazing.

Dewinged
Contributing Reviewer
November 15th 2018


16651 Comments


I keep putting this off because it looks daunting but I'm gonna have to give in before the year ends.

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Hawks
November 15th 2018


73557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Asap son.

Beardog
November 28th 2018


3047 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

finally started this lol



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