PANTHEON I To Release Digital Single

Norwegian extreme metallers PANTHEON I will release a new single, "Serpent Christ", on June 29. The track, taken from the forthcoming album "Worlds I Create", will be available on Candlelight Records as a digital download only. In addition to the title cut, the single will feature the first-ever PANTHEON I song to have been written. "Enter The Pantheon" has so far only been available on the band's first demo and has been completely re-recorded for inclusion on the single.

The five-piece, whose lineup includes members of TYRANN, SARKOM, TROLLFEST, THE ALLSEEING I and DEN SAAKALDTE, as well as former and current members of 1349, recently released a series of promo pics with cellist Live Julianne in the role of a dominatrix. According to frontman Andre Kvebek, the uncensored version of the photos caused quite a bit of interest. "Having seen the photos that were chosen for publication, I have a sneaking suspicion that the two females involved in the band — Live Julianne and our manager Patricia Thomas, have concocted some kind of plot to knock the band's alpha male (that would be me) off his perch." Somewhat tongue-in-cheek, Kvebe continued, "No red-blooded male could resist rising to the challenge, so I've added my own 'sex god' photo from the recent promo shoot. Now let's see what the fans say!"

The new photo, along with the other uncensored pics, can be found on the band's web site at

"Worlds I Create", the third full-length album from PANTHEON I, will be released on Candlelight Records this summer. "I'll Come Back As Fire", a track specially written by the band, is featured in the soundtrack of the latest Chad Ferrin horror flick "Someone's Knocking At The Door", which made its U.S. debut earlier this month. The band is also currently working on a video of "Serpent Christ", which is in the final stages of production.

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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