Isis - Panopticon CD (album) cover




Experimental/Post Metal

4.12 | 194 ratings

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5 stars I really don't know why I love this album so much. Large portions of it seem almost featureless and amount to nothing more than great walls of guitar riffs. The vocals are also indistinct from any other growler. And yet every time I put it on I just get thoroughly lost in it and find it utterly absorbing and thrilling. It's almost like a drug* (taking you on one hell of a trip!) and becomes very habit forming. Fortunately, the periods of cold turkey aren't so bad but the desire for another shot is always, ALWAYS, there!

*This is a supposition formed from complete inexperience of drug taking. Thank you.

Judas72 | 5/5 |


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