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by Krallice

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fyeahmetal This was my 2022 AOTY. That Krallice put out not one but two top-shelf records that year, both with band members switching instruments, is an incredible feat. The chiming, ethereal textures, bold bass tones, and organic drums recording suggest later King Crimson tunneling forward in time to inhabit the bodies of Deathspell Omega and have a go at both black and death metal. Everything here is strong, deep, intentional, and executed with precision and conviction. Favorite track: Arrokoth Trireme.
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Alan Good shit as always from Krallice. I like this one a bit more than Crystalline Exhaustion and loved the ending also. Keep it coming. Favorite track: Reprisals of Destiny.
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TheEliteExtremophile It’s often celestial and floating, yet with an icy edge. I get frequent reminders of acts like Mare Cognitum (albeit toned down slightly), as well as Kayo Dot’s newer stuff.

Full review here: theeliteextremophile.com/2022/08/01/odds-ends-august-1-2022/
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Psychagogue 08:32
Run away from home to erase the past in exile awaken and feel nothing a dull disgust for the shriveled ecstasy that has outlived their hope Beauty and death have become neighbors Dissolve into the vast sea of human suffering and the diffuse guilt of the life-process itself Try to abolish the past and capture the future To become earthly, the better to suffer To feel death’s threat (Mcmaster) (after Rachel Bespaloff)
heed them leave a paper trail explaining the darkness the lack the deliberate fog called forth by trees and listlessness disinterest in the present suspicion of the past indifference to the coming days discipline i call on thee this stagnant pool grows dim the algae chokes the insects have hatched i remain watching time do its thing explain the darkness deliberate fog (Barr)
fabric rended distance extinguished blood of dimensional access radiant shores irreversible nonsensical plague disrespect shown to the creation life silence edict enacted doctrine overrode deleted sphere program ululate, be gone (Marston)
War devours all difference Shows no respect for the unique Ares is just He kills those who kill In the cosmic womb does the destroyer prolong endlessly the victim’s flight Conquerors drunk with cruelty There are no covenants between men and lions Recourse to myth in the face of reason’s paradox A promise of immortality in the supreme detachment of poetry (Mcmaster) (after Rachel Bespaloff)




released June 17, 2022

McMaster: guitar, vocals
Barr: bass, vocals
Marston: keys and drums, vocals
Weinstein: drums

Colin Menegroth Cave record/mix/master May 2022


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Krallice Queens, New York

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

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