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Panopticon Comments On New Release "On The Subject Of Mortality"

Panopticon has checked in with the following update about the release of "On The Subject Of Mortality:"

"On the subject of mortality update. S/T reissue out now! The S/T reissue is out now at Pagan Flames. New liner notes and pro packaging...no more sticky silk screened digi packs. The first half of OTSOM is in the hands of pagan flames at this point for the CD release in the form of a split with When Bitter Spring Sleeps. So, its just a matter of time at this point.

"The second half (on CD), a split with skagos, is in the process of being completed, waiting only on the artwork to be finished and skagos to get their masters to Flenser records. The vinyl version of OTSOM has been delayed due to label issues (the double LP will be a split release with labels to be announced soon) and will not be out till fall at the earliest. I'm sorry to the folks who are eager for this record, and believe me, this album finally being out is of the most importance in my musical endeavors, but at this time my hands are tied. I just have to wait and work out label issues.

"I want to say thanks to the many folks who have tried to order this album (I get a couple emails a day about it) and I am sorry to let you down, it's just going to take some time. This is how it goes working with smaller and DIY labels, sometimes it just takes some time. I am in the process of figuring this out and if it means I have to self release the full version of the album via lundr records, then I will. More on that soon.

"I want to say thanks to everyone who writes, says hello, or just takes the time to let me know what you think or that this is meaningful to you. In a sea of internet shit talkers and nay sayers, its fucking amazing to see people band together as a community and support artists and musicians in the underground. Hails! I also want to say thanks again to Kevin and Peregrine for backing me all the way. Thanks and praises!"

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