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bcb723 Pummeling vertigo. This is just a non-stop technical beatdown. Not my go-to when I want to listen to Krallice, but know that when I put this on it never fails to leave a mark. Favorite track: Wolf.
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Charlie Anderson This is some of the most pummeling material in Krallice's discography. Whereas most other albums seem to have gone for a more ethereal, escapist feel, this EP is grounded by comparison, and the band is firing on all cylinders. Recommended for fans of the Loum record. This goes a step further. Favorite track: Time Rendered Omni.
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Brian Domijan this is definitely my favorite album/E.P. since my personal fave "Dimensional Bleedthrough"...this is great stuff man...\,,,/ (- -) \,,,/ Favorite track: Wolf.
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Wolf 05:26
Before the drugged fog cleared I'd embraced the notion of dreams No more an inky black retreat make my rest a proscenium  for some nascent ideal self or a phantasmagoria unweighted unchained from the wheel But every night, it's the same Fractal Failures of daily life Endless pursuit Fear, helplessness, anxiety, and guilt
The Mound 02:40
swollen with venom delay living by this wide margin yet this marginal decay affects those currently rotting blessed be the mound let it seethe piece by brick by block carry your own enigma forth let not wisdom be denied wasteful worry will kill the path
.:. 00:15
Church 04:28
cascading insecurity bewilders no, betrayal! fear breeds reflexive treachery decreed by blood arbitrary differentiation ignites sacred identity reigns entitled. perpetuate.


Nick McMaster - Bass, Voice
Colin Marston - Guitar, Voice
Lev Weinstein - Drums
Mick Barr - Guitar


released January 9, 2019

Art by Victoria Vogl "Infantry Regime"
Recorded mixed mastered by Colin at the Caves December 2018


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Krallice New York, New York

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

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