Panzerfaust - The Suns Of Perdition - Chapter II: Render Unto Eden



8.1 | 76 votes |
Release date: 28 August 2020
Style: Black metal

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19 have it
8 want it


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02. The Faustian Pact
03. Areopagitica
04. The Snare Of The Fowler
05. Pascal's Wager

Additional info
Produced and mixed by Greg Dawson at BWC Studios in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Mastered by Sergei Lazar at CDM Records Studio in Moscow, Russia.

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Comments: 11   Visited by: 196 users
30.08.2020 - 22:38
Rating: 9
666tipex666
Pure Black Gold!
Album of the year material
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01.09.2020 - 15:14
Morbid Angel 13
I love the overall atmosphere and vocals, but it sounds a tad monotonous. I'll definitely give it a few more listens though. Definitely worth it
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07.09.2020 - 12:10
Rating: 9
RaduP
CertifiedHipster
This is absolutely fantastic
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Father: How can a picture of a field be sad without a sad person looking sad in the field?
Young Woman: That's an interesting problem. Yeah, I struggle with that.
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07.09.2020 - 13:53
Angel N.
Evil Butterfly
Until now I loved their albums, their songs and their live shows which were damn good! I only can't understand why do they tag their Instagram posts with the hashtag noresttillstalingrad
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The Fangirl.
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07.09.2020 - 14:08
Rating: 9
RaduP
CertifiedHipster
Written by Angel N. on 07.09.2020 at 13:53

Until now I loved their albums, their songs and their live shows which were damn good! I only can't understand why do they tag their Instagram posts with the hashtag noresttillstalingrad

I assume that the Panzer in their name along with that hashtag references Operation Barbarossa. Hopefully it's an innocent thing and they're not sharing the ideology.
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Father: How can a picture of a field be sad without a sad person looking sad in the field?
Young Woman: That's an interesting problem. Yeah, I struggle with that.
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07.09.2020 - 17:36
Angel N.
Evil Butterfly
Written by RaduP on 07.09.2020 at 14:08

I assume that the Panzer in their name along with that hashtag references Operation Barbarossa. Hopefully it's an innocent thing and they're not sharing the ideology.

Yeah that makes me sort of suspicious, specially when I was their live show they played speech in German from the same reference. I must look up my recordings from the live again to find out which song it was, I don't think it's that innocent.
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The Fangirl.
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07.09.2020 - 18:11
Rating: 9
RaduP
CertifiedHipster
Written by Angel N. on 07.09.2020 at 17:36

Written by RaduP on 07.09.2020 at 14:08

I assume that the Panzer in their name along with that hashtag references Operation Barbarossa. Hopefully it's an innocent thing and they're not sharing the ideology.

Yeah that makes me sort of suspicious, specially when I was their live show they played speech in German from the same reference. I must look up my recordings from the live again to find out which song it was, I don't think it's that innocent.


Found this:

Quote:

2. I found on the internet that Panzerfaust was the name of an anti-tank weapon of Germany in the World War 2. Why did you choose this name for the band? What do you want to express and represent with it?
Kaizer : Initially it had been a result of the deep-rooted interest both LB and I had in military history, particularly with that of the second World War. This name has earned us much flack with the accusations that we are a NSBM band. This is nonsense. Anytime I am fronted with this charge I respond as I always have: Read the lyrics; do some work on your own account, and you will come to the obvious conclusion that is not the case. As for the bearing or significance the name holds, it has gone through something of a metamorphosis for me internally. Time has proven that this band is both a weapon towards the world as well as a weapon unto ourselves; a reflection of the trials and tribulations spawned from the band's very existence. Within this profound context, I believe the deepest meaning can be found.


I think we're in the safe.
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Father: How can a picture of a field be sad without a sad person looking sad in the field?
Young Woman: That's an interesting problem. Yeah, I struggle with that.
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05.10.2020 - 18:12
gavdann
This is awesome. They're a new band to me so I checked out Chapter 1 as well and that was equally as awesome.
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11.10.2020 - 19:44
chomskeet
Written by gavdann on 05.10.2020 at 18:12

This is awesome. They're a new band to me so I checked out Chapter 1 as well and that was equally as awesome.


Yeah, thanks metalstorm for voting this up, excellent BM release. Their old work is equally impressive. Also, thanks RaduP for confirming this is not NSBM, I was concerned when I saw their name.
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11.10.2020 - 21:45
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Interesting atmosphere for a black metal album. Almost reminds me of Isis or Cukt Of Luna.
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14:22 - Marcel Hubregtse
I do your mum
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13.10.2020 - 18:29
Rating: 9
tintinb
Definitely reminiscent of Deathspell Omega. This is a terrific black metal release. Wonderful atmosphere, the riffing is delicious. Slow, electronic vibes, chorus-y, extremely intelligent black metal.
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