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Autumn Eternal

by Panopticon

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distantstar For those of us in the Laurentian Mixed Forest Zone, autumn is certainly the most beautiful, if also the most harrowingly brief of the seasons; cool, crisp climate, glorious crimson and gold, tempered by variegated and, eventually, rapidly dwindling light, it is bracing, invigorating, but inevitably tinged with melancholy and nostalgia. Darkness falls; another year ends. This album captures all this, as if in amber, for posterity. Eternally. Favorite track: Into the North Woods.
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Alex Gore This album truly encapsulates the feeling of the North American countryside; Unforgiving, with blood in the dirt. Favorite track: Sleep To The Sound Of The Waves Crashing.
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Obstacle of Affliction Reminds me of my adolescent years living in rural Oklahoma and the sense of mystery, wonder, and fear of the unknown I experienced while exploring alone in the woods. Favorite track: A Superior Lament.
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Oaks Ablaze 08:38
Pale Ghosts 08:13



On both the American (bindrune) and European (nordvis) versions of the cd the track listing on the back is printed wrong.
This was a lay out error by the artist.
The track listing order of "Pale Ghosts" and " A Superior Lament" are switched.

The correct track listing is as follows:

Tamarack's Gold returns
Into The North Woods
Autumn Eternal
Oaks Ablaze
Sleep To The Sound Of The Waves Crashing
Pale Ghosts
A Superior Lament
The Winds Farewell

Cd available at:

USA/North America: bindrunerecordings.com

Europe: Nordvis.com

available soon also via the panopticon bigcartel page.


An autumn themed lament to change and loss while also being hopeful for the road that lies ahead.
This album closes the musical trilogy that started with 2012's "Kentucky" and continued with 2014's "Roads to the North"...

features guest performances by:
Petri Eskelinen: Sung and growled vocals on " A Superior Lament"
Johan Becker : Violin on " Tamarack's Gold Returns" and " Sleep to the sound of the waves crashing"
Nostarion: Cello on "Sleep to the sound of the waves crashing"

Recorded by Colin Marston, Spenser Morris and Austin Lunn
Mixed and mastered by Colin Marston
Produced by Colin Marston

for physical release please see:
North America: bindrunerecordings.com
Europe: Nordvis.com


released October 16, 2015


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Panopticon Ely, Minnesota

All instruments,lyrics and compositions by A.Lunn unless otherwise noted.


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