On April 29, Ipecac will issue a release of Isis' Panopticon record, first released by the label in 2004. It is the second in the Isis reissues series, with Ipecac having rereleased Celestial last year.
Says drummer Aaron Harris on the new mastering:
When ISIS was playing these songs regularly I wasn't able to enjoy them as a listener. Now that I haven't played these songs in years they've taken on a whole new identity for me. Mika Jussila did an amazing job with the re-master. The record has more detail and dynamics now. I feel that re-masters sometime ruin the integrity of records, but I feel that fans will really appreciate this re-master, and maybe find a new appreciation for Panopticon, as I have.
Panopticon track list:
1. So We Did
3. In Fiction
4. Wills Dissolve
5. Syndic Calls
6. Altered Course
7. Grinning Mouths
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