Out on APRIL 24th, 2020

DAWN OF DREAMS

1. Raagoonshinnaah
2. Eepitaffph
3. Sieegeh
4. IV
5. Zenotaffph
6. Amaraah
7. Ekkhoecce II

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At long last, OSMOSE PRODUCTIONS reissues the classic debut album of PAN-THY-MONIUM, Dawn of Dreams! Originally released in 1992 by a very young OSMOSE, at the beginning of what many hold as the label’s “classic years,” PAN-THY-MONIUM was formed by scene legend Dan Swanö (Edge of Sanity, Nightingale, Bloodbath) and members of Ophthalamia to indulge in – and push ever further – the most bizarre and avant-garde boundaries of death metal. An opening track that’s over 20 minutes long, saxophone freakouts, wordless vocals, constantly shape-shifting song structures full of swampy riffing and careening blastbeats…everything but the kitchen sink goes into Dawn of Dreams. Although it caused confusion upon its original release, the album later became a cult classic with my underground fanatics and other weirdos, especially fans of Swanö’s vast body of work. Experience it again (or for the first time) and blow your mind!

Line-up:

Winter – Drums

Day DiSyraah – Bass, Keyboards

Derelict – Vocals

Mourning – Guitar

Special Guest:

Aag – Lead guitar, Saxophone

KHAOOOHS

1. I Manes Sken Dog en Skugga
2. Under Ytan
3. Jag & Vem
4. Lava
5. Lomska Forsat
6. I Vindens Våld
7. Klieveage
8. Ekkhoeece III
9. Khaooohs I
10. Utsikt
11. Khaooohs II

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At long last, OSMOSE PRODUCTIONS reissues the classic second album of PAN-THY-MONIUM, Khaoohs! Originally released in 1993 by a still-young OSMOSE, during what many hold as the label’s “classic years,” PAN.THY.MONIUM was formed by scene legend Dan Swanö (Edge of Sanity, Nightingale, Bloodbath) and members of Ophthalamia to indulge in – and push ever further – the most bizarre and avant-garde boundaries of death metal. Whereas their Dawn of Dreams debut maintained a more schizophrenic feel, Khaooohs pushed forward with a gloomier and more concise sound. Still swampy but with clearer production and more swaggering grooves, Khaooohs nevertheless maintained a similarly psychedelic feel…really, there was simply no other death metal at the time that was as genuinely weird at PAN-THY-MONIUM. And of course, the saxophone still reigned supreme here, but with a haunting edge along with the mystical synth touches. Experience it again (or for the first time) and blow your mind!

 

Line-up:

Winter – Drums

Day DiSyraah – Bass, Keyboards

Derelict – Vocals

Mourning – Guitar

Special Guest:

Aag – Lead guitar, Saxophone

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