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The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness Part 2

Panopticon The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness Part 2
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The Scars of Man on the Once Nameless Wilderness is a two-part album that musically explores the two separate musical sides of Panopticon. Part 1 harkens back to melodic Black and Death Metal influences and part 2 focuses entirely on Americana, Folk and Country music from North America. The lyrical concept of the album deals with two sides of the same coin: the effects of our natural environment on quality of life and mental health and the effects of urban life and industry on our quality of life and mental health. The album is largely inspired by some of Sigurd Olson's writing and also inspired by the struggle to preserve Minnesota's north woods. This album (Part 2) takes a more somber, lonesome tone, lyrically focusing on the consequences of urban life, industry, global warming and environmental detriment. Part 2 is absolutely NOT a metal record and those who are disinterested in folk, Americana and country music might not favor it. Clocking in at about 2 hours, this collection is intended to be heard as a body of work, but as always that's up to the listener to decide.

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