(the project of Tennessee's Austin Lunn) offered a dynamic mix of
pagan folk and black metal on
Panopticon (2008), an idea refined on
Collapse (Flenser, 2009), especially the morphing 16-minute The Death Of Baldr And The Coming War.
The problem with
On The Subject Of Mortality (Flenser, 2011), originally released as two split LPs, is that Lunn's lengthy ruminations tend to sound very similar to
Social Disservices (The Flenser, 2011), especially
Client and the 20-minute Patient, is representative of both
his imagination and his self-indulgence.
For Winter Fire (Flenser, 2011), credited to Seidr, was basically
a collaboration between Panopticon and Wheels Within Wheels.
Three more Panopticon pieces surfaced on the split album
Skagos/ Panopticon (Flenser, 2010) with
Canadian duo Skagos.
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