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11 tracks, 66 minutes in length.
"Obviously having huge Opeth and Amon Amarth influence, these tracks essentially sound like the best way you could blend those two bands... The songwriting here isn’t just a fluke — these guys have serious potential."
Phil Creswell - Angry Metal Guy
"The musicality and songwriting on Pantheion is of really high quality. It is very easy to get lost in Crow Black Sky's music and a lot of it would not feel out of place in an action/fantasy film, accompanying Tolkien-esque battles or sprawling mountain vistas."
Rory Molyneux - Metal4Africa
"Crow Black Sky... instantly bellowed forth with their own seamless blend of black, death and progressive metal thunder. Irrespective of their influences their core direction is very much black metal with an experimental twist..."
Scott Miller, Adrian Pettit - Metal4Africa
"The production values are amazing considering it's self-produced (Pantheion) by the boys in Crow Black Sky themselves..."
Prax - Metalistits
"The writing, recording, and production of this album has been one hell of an ambitious and exciting undertaking. Along with building the recording environment one piece at a time, we set out on a seemingly-impossible course to write interesting and truly original music, influenced by the diversity of the many genres on the opposite ends of the world of music.
The atmospheres of the different songs drift between foreboding despair, crushing victory, godless arrogance, composed humility, lost love, magnificent power, and heartless betrayal. The lyrics are also based on many different ideas, such as historical battles where the victors were against all odds, ancient cataclysmic earthly and mythical events, the duty to abandon love and life in service to the homeland, and the individual's dismal pilgrimage toward religious corruption or from religious confinement."
Gideon Lamprecht - Crow Black Sky