PANTHEON I: New Pre-Production Recording Available For Download

PANTHEON I, the Norwegian extreme metal band featuring vocalist/guitarist Andrè Kvebek (1349) and guitarist John Espen Sagstad (TROLLFEST, SARKOM), recently completed a pre-production recording for the band's upcoming sophomore album. The three new songs laid down during the session — "Where Angels Burn", "Core of the Soul" and "Decent into Darkness" — along with a cover of EMPEROR's "Thus Spake The Nightspirit", have been made available for download in the "Media" section of the band's official web site,

Available on World Chaos Productions, "Atrocity Divine" was mixed at I.Y.F. Studios in Oslo, Norway by Martin Storm-Olsen and PANTHEON-I, and was mastered at Strype Audio by Tom Kvålsvoll. The front-cover artwork for the CD was done by Kjell Åge Meland.

PANTHEON I combine aspects of black, death, progressive and speed metal to create a unique sound that features violin and cello. "Atrocity Divine" will apeal to those who have a fascination for brutal, extreme and melancholic music.


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