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Oscarous64 If there is a perfect album this is the one, every single track is a unique experience of its own. After my first time listening to this album I was in tears. The track Forgiveness in Rot is like nothing I've ever heard, the emotional impact it had on me is out of this world. There is no other song that can put me in the same mood as Forgiveness in Rot, the best track of the album. I'd go as far as to say that it's the best song of their entire discography. 10/10 tremolo picking points. Favorite track: Forgiveness in Rot.
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Aaron I remember first listening to this album in high school. There was absolutely nothing else like it. I'm thrilled that Krallice, while maintaining a powerful spirit of experimentation, have stayed true to the blueprint they set out here. Favorite track: Wretched Wisdom.
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JDMP Very, very little even needs to be said about such a monumental piece of music. But, I can say one thing: pure bliss.
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:wretched wisdom: rolled on in swelters and plied from it's grasp in weatherbound chains beaten by sound whispers fragrant in waste and deeper still waves pray for light in caves weightless mindless assault silent caravans north of forsaken battlefields in lakes frozen with will old birds scream of slit throats languages burned by minds wisdom weary and seething with regret same windows on changing waters wretched standoff of life and death brave once through given words cherishing all but few
Cnestorial 10:42
:cnestorial: almost inquisited amongst indifferent realms ways to solace and quickening forgetting the isolated in total greed function reminding the demons of change to access never retire this fog-ridden firestorm among the branches in challice full of pulverized bone leaving greater plains for collapsed thinking brighten the southern pits surrender this accumulae and watch it all go down monument of disgust and seperation our memories of the split have faded suns of old disguise lay distruct the lesser gods have taken their withered placement back from man
:molec codices: in lessening frequencies the chapel ascends wretching living fluids cherish our second savior hawk reddened spine of colony serpent soul consuming time teeth travel centuries of non(-space) saken remindings to place the chapel where walls can't hurt doubt crumbles the idols years threaten smother create wisdom, torch the waters threading wear in callous beyond
Timehusk 06:04
-timehusk- shudder of the birthing void solar winds breed lacerations shrieking silent sound snuffs the furnace of creation time of shivers time is sundered means nothing behold the blistered nothing vise of wolfen teeth in sun a tyranny of empty shadows this will never pass
:energy chasms: float amongst breath and decay without white generating a lesser triumph mask of findings to cheat everlasting frozen casket in distant ways assemble the sacrifice and drip the offering through cracks in the earth fields avoided energy chasms sacred left descent dogma with snow-tipped teeth blood-salt melting ice
:forgiveness in rot: better left by fates angelic crusades accompany lashings with tears the glory of gods and their jealousy to raise the whip in divine interest answer inservitude water raising hair lavabeds crushed in mercurial bone grey blood of ancient dressing stains the skin of the elder ripe ripping feelers in christening blaspheme to lay emotional waste and numb the fireborn in forgiveness no god forgives honour in conquer requires the deluded wished beyond this anthem to blaze a chapter nested deep patience within bleaker dimensions


digital files here are the original 2008 master.
for 2019 remaster see The Wastes Of Time...

recorded, mixed, mastered at Menegroth, the Thousand Caves by Colin Marston
2nd and 3rd month MMVIII
Artwork by Scott Lenhardt
Logo by Karlynn Holland


released July 11, 2008

Mick Barr | guitar, bass, voice
Colin Marston | guitar, bass
Lev Weinstein | drums
Nick McMaster


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Krallice Queens, New York

formed in 2007. woodhaven queens nyc. black metal or not.

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