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Panopticon

Panopticon
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6 years, 9 months ago at Jul 29 10:55
It is impossible to chart this band's growth between albums. They're constantly searching out new sounds and songwriting techniques. This new one could be their most epic outing yet, shining all the way through as they hit their zenith. Matt Bayles' production is perfect as vocals ring more melodically, Slint-like time signatures snake around weaving arpeggios and song structures are left unmolest... read more
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Japanese pressing of 2004 album. Daymare label.
Manufacturer: Ipecac Recordings
Release date: 19 October 2004
EAN: 0689230005728 UPC: 689230005728
Metal (2), CDR (1)
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“It is impossible to chart this band's growth between albums. They're constantly searching out new sounds and songwriting techniques. This new one could be their most epic outing yet, shining all the way through as they hit their zenith. Matt Bayles' production is perfect as vocals ring more melodically, Slint-like time signatures snake around weaving arpeggios and song structures are left unmolested to create small moments within moments. With seven songs clocking in at an hour, Isis throw away the blueprint and become perfect sonic architects, building with dense instrumentation as opposed to just heaviosity (which they are very good at), which makes this epic record the ruler for which experimental rock will be measured for the next while.” read more