"I'll Come Back As Fire" a track written by Norway's PANTHEON I for the soundtrack to the horror film "Someone's Knocking At The Door", is now available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. The film itself, which is described in promotional material as a "genre-defying grindhouse throwback," was directed by Chad Ferrin ("The Ghouls", "Easter Bunny Kill, Kill"), will make its U.S. debut on June 8 at San Francisco's "Another Hole In The Head" film festival.Black/death metallers PANTHEON I, who are fronted by former 1349 guitarist Kvebek, and include cellist Live Julianne and members of 1349, TYRANN, and THE ALL SEEING I in the lineup, will release their third full-length album, "Worlds I Create", this summer on Candlelight Records. Below you can see the official video for the track "Where Angels Burn" from the PANTHEON I album "The Wanderer and his Shadow".
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