Krallice to release new album
2012-07-17 by James Lewis | 26 Comments

New York-based black metal band Krallice have revealed information on their upcoming studio
album "Years Past Matter" to be released August 25th. A vinyl release is expected shortly
after.

More information, including the album's artwork, is on the band's Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/krallice

Twitter

Band Page: Krallice

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Imperial
July 17th 2012

1723 Comments


Hopefully this is good.

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Ire
July 17th 2012

41753 Comments


Such an amazing, interesting band, like wow, always pushing boundaries. How do they do it?

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
July 17th 2012

8778 Comments


quite surprised by this, hope it's good! :]

BirthRite
July 17th 2012

1318 Comments


ya never know



dr2den
July 17th 2012

1342 Comments


5/5 band

Relinquished
July 17th 2012

24853 Comments


sup

MoosechriS
July 17th 2012

4932 Comments


Cool, i just recently bought all three of their albums in a bundle from profound lore

Wizard
July 17th 2012

19296 Comments


Why is everyone hoping this is going to be good? It's going to rule!

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Tyrael
July 17th 2012

20795 Comments


Fuck yea Wiz

MoosechriS
July 17th 2012

4932 Comments


M/

KILL
July 17th 2012

71087 Comments


lol

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plane
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

6092 Comments


Yes! I really like the album cover too.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

16299 Comments


not this band

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

18225 Comments


i bet ders gonna be weird arpegs n stuff

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Crysis
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

16299 Comments


arpegs n trems

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

18225 Comments


prog arpegs n alien trems

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

16299 Comments


don forget cosmc dissonance

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

18225 Comments


oh ya dat 2

BirthRite
July 17th 2012

1318 Comments


hyp will 5

tomr4
July 17th 2012

192 Comments


not a huge fan of the cover but the album itself should be awesome nonetheless.

Wizard
July 17th 2012

19296 Comments


They've changed up their album art which I'm kind of disappointed with. I like their more interpretive sketches from the past 3 albums.

plane
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

6092 Comments


Maybe there will be more cosmc dissonance [sic]

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2012

16299 Comments


cosmc is cosmic spelled the mick barr way

BirthRite
July 17th 2012

1318 Comments


pretty soon could be a lifetime tho

Colliiiin
July 17th 2012

670 Comments


Only listened to Dimensional Bleedthrough by these guys but I really enjoyed, definitely will check this when it comes out.

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Imperial
July 17th 2012

1723 Comments


of course it's going to rule!



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