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Krallice

Krallice

Krallice


Krallice is a New York-based black metal project featuring the guitar work of notorious progressive/experimental metal musicians Colin Marston (Gorguts, Behold... the Arctopus, Byla, Indricothere and others) and Mick Barr (Crom-Tech, Orthrelm, Octis and others), along with Nick McMaster and Lev Weinstein of death metal band Astomatous. The musical style of Krallice could be described as fairly clean and highly technical by black metal standards, with long, dynamic songs containing some distinctive progressive metal influences. Read more on Last.fm
Krallice is a New York-based black metal project featuring the guitar work of notorious progressive/experimental metal musicians Colin Marston (Gorguts, Behold... the Arctopus, Byla, Indricothere and others) and Mick Barr (Crom-Tech, Orthrelm, Octis and others), along with Nick McMaster and Lev Weinstein of death metal band Astomatous. The musical style of Krallice could be described as fairly clean and highly technical by black metal standards, with long, dynamic songs containing some distinctive progressive metal influences. They've been compared to Weakling in some ways, although their music focuses much more on progressive song structures and less on the dissonant droning of Weakling's Dead as Dreams. The band's music has generally been critically acclaimed. They released a self-titled album in 2008 on Profound Lore Records and a follow-up, Dimensional Bleedthrough, on the same label the next year.

Double vinyl releases of the two albums were put out by Gilead Media in 2009 and 2010, respectively. A third album, Diotima, followed in 2011, once again on Profound Lore; a vinyl edition, once again by Gilead Media, shipped around September 20, 2011. An EP entitled Orphan of Sickness was also released in 2011 (for free), as was a flexi-disc single entitled Traditional, which shipped with the September 2011 issue of Decibel Magazine. The band's fourth album, Years Past Matter, was self-released in August 2012. A vinyl edition released by Gilead Media followed a few months later.

The band's fifth album, Ygg huur, was self-released in 2015 (again with a vinyl edition from Gilead a few months later), followed by the EP Hyperion in 2016 (though the material on the latter dated back to 2013). The band's latest album, Prelapsarian, was released on December 21, 2016, through Gilead Media. 2008 - Krallice 2009 - Dimensional Bleedthrough 2011 - Diotima 2011 - Traditional (single) 2011 - Orphan of Sickness (EP) 2012 - Years Past Matter 2015 - Ygg huur 2016 - Hyperion (EP, recorded 2013) 2016 - Prelapsarian Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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