Music ReviewsPanteon – Death and Darkness

Anthony McDonoughMarch 30, 2020

Panteon hails from Brownsville, Texas and they have the reputation of being the pioneers of extreme metal in Texas, which their latest album Death and Darkness displays that perfectly. Valdo on bass, Hannibal on vocals, and Aaron Panteon on drums combine together as well oiled brutal assault to prove that they mean business. They come out fast, fierce and deadly, and leave just as quickly as they came, leaving only dust and piles of bodies in their wake

Some of the standout tracks for me are “The Rite”, “Whores of War”, and “Full Moon Intervention”. I definitely recommend this checking Panteon out, especially to those who are fans of extreme metal, and maybe you will join the legions of fans they had amassed in the 30 years of their existence. This album, as well as their previous records Demonic and Return of the Killer will be available in April in digital format on Bandcamp. You can also find them on other music platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music.