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Panopticon is an atmospheric metal band that blends elements of black metal, dark metal and melodic death metal with American folk music, post rock and progressive rock elements. Panopticon’s subject matter varies including political issues, history, pagan spirituality, environmental issues and personal struggles. Typically the albums are conceptual, excluding the first record, and carry a theme through out the entire record.Influences range from 90’s black metal bands and melodic death metal, to post rock and indie rock, to early folk, bluegrass and country music.
FALLS OF RAUROS
With Falls of Rauros’ 4th full-length album, Vigilance Perennial, a vital complexity and multifaceted emotion is at the forefront of this stunning quartet’s musical creativity, drive and evolution. Ever since the opening notes of the Hail Wind and Hewn Oak debut, Falls of Rauros have never put on a mask to hide behind a false facade.
Alda was formed in the fall of 2007 in Tacoma, Washington by a group of friends who had originally met and begun collaborating with each other in Eatonville, WA circa 2003. Our intent with this project has always been to create a musical and ideological coalescense to communicate our passions and convictions; chiefly being our reflections of our relationship with Nature, the acknowledgement of Death and impermanence, the existential struggle of modernity through our eyes, and the traumas and triumphs written in our anscestry. Through this we try to share our music to be the creative outlet of what is at heart a collective life-project.
WOMAN IS THE EARTH
Woman is the Earth consists of three members, Jon Martin (drums, vocal chants), Andy Martin (guitars, bass effects) and Jarrod Hattervig (guitars, vocals). The project, based out of the Black Hills of South Dakota, was started in 2007.