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PO Soon: Panopticon - The Crescendo of Dusk

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https://thetruepanopticon.bandcamp.com/album/the-crescendo-of-dusk

 

All music written, performed and recorded by A.Lunn. 
Mixed and mastered by Colin Marston. 
“The Crescendo of Dusk” was written and recorded during the 
“Scars of Man...” sessions. 
“The Labyrinth” was written and recorded during the 
“Autumn Eternal” sessions. 
Cover drawing by A. Lunn. Back photo by Bekah Lunn. 

A limited Edition one sided LP will be available exclusively through Bindrune Recordings in early 2019. Pre orders will be announced soon. 

This record is in honor of the northern lights, which very few things in the world are more beautiful and awe inspiring than.

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Love this lil ep, love pretty much everything Lunn does. Probably my favorite active bm project.

 

i also love that lunn looks exactly as you’d imagine him looking based on reading his liner notes and interviews. Just so cool in a really dorky way. It’s funny how thin the line is between him and 4chan neckbeard cringe.

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15 hours ago, scottyrobotty said:

I have a feeling these pre-orders are going to go up at a really bad time for me. I am always too slow for the limited stuff.

You dick! Now you've got me all paranoid.

 

@lexicondevil, might have to enlist the Wizards on this one.

Wait...I've said too much.

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