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New live track from Panopticon

Posted Feb. 8, 2020, 9:29 a.m. in Records by Loren
New live track from Panopticon

Panopticon and Brindrune Recordings have shared a recording of "Into the Northwoods" from the upcoming 2LP live set titled Live Migration -- 9 song recorded live at Migration Fest 2018.


In addition to a clearn vinyl with purple and orange splatter set, it will also be released on CD and digital platforms in March or April.


The label has also announced the addition of Maine's Eave to its lineup.


Check out the Panopticon track below.

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