PANTHEON I: Live Recordings Posted Online

PANTHEON I, the Norwegian extreme metal band featuring vocalist/guitarist Andrè Kvebek (1349), guitarist John Espen Sagstad (ABIOTIC) and drummer Eirik Renton (SARKOM), have uploaded live versions of the songs "Key To Damnation" (mp3) and "Now I See" (mp3) at their official web site. Both cuts were recorded live at Betong in Oslo, Norway on March 5.

As previously reported, PANTHEON I recently completed work on a new EP. A release date for the effort has yet to be announced. The group, who released a four-song demo, titled "MMIII", in April 2003, were once again assisted by RAM-ZET's Sareeta (violin) during the most recent recording sessions. Shortly after completing work on the EP, PANTHEON I added two new members in the shape of Gunhild Mathea Olaussen on violin and Live Julianne Kostøl on cello. The Oslo-based band have also recruited a session bassist, 1349's Tor Risdal Stavenes (a.k.a. Seidemann).


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