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Panopticon Working On New Material For Two Splits And A Full-Length Album

Atmospheric black metal band Panopticon has issued the following update about upcoming releases:

"For some reason i am not able to respond to messages on myspace. The 'body' section won't let me type in it, so i am unable to respond to anyone. Sorry for the inconvenience. All box set orders have been shipped except for a few trades and some that are going to friends. If you don't receive your box please notify me and I will respond to you the best I can.

"Also, the 'online shop' or essentially 'me selling cds and shirts via this page' is being closed down for a while. I simply dont have time to meet the demands on me and write new music for panopticon and seidr, so i am closing down till further notice.Everyone who has ordered this week will receive their stuff, I am just not taking anymore orders. The rest of the copies of the lake of blood/panopticon split and my copies of collapse will be sold via the end records, pagan flames, ear x tacy and a few other distros. If your interested in distributing cds get in touch, but there is a minimum of 5 cds or more.

"As for shirts, there will be distros that carry them and they will be posted here. Sorry to make this stuff less available,but i just simply cant keep up while maintaining my other pursuits and personal life.

"There are two more splits coming out this year and after that there will not be anything else until the next full length due some time in 2010.

"Take care and wish me luck writing. i will post samples of new material as it is completed.

"as always,dont let the fire burn out."

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