Krallice split album
2014-03-06 by rapedbyelephants | 17 Comments

Krallice announced on their facebook page that they will releasing a split album with Ekstasis later this year. Ekstasis is the new side-project from Blut Aus Nord's Vindsval.
https://www.facebook.com/krallice/posts/620254901379590?stream_ref=10

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Veldin
March 5th 2014

1142 Comments


WEIRD. I quite literally JUST learned about this band and then saw this news article. What's their best album?

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SnakeDelilah
March 5th 2014

6652 Comments


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Ending
March 5th 2014

1896 Comments


Oh split album phew. I thought it said split up.

climactic
March 5th 2014

18724 Comments


sweet

zaruyache
March 5th 2014

6280 Comments


Krallice's best album is probably either Years Past Matter (or cosmic trems of dick, as some lovingly refer to it) or one of their first two records. I don't remember which people like more.



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Crysis
Staff Reviewer
March 5th 2014

16315 Comments


oh man i may finally have another place for space kitteh to explore

KILL
March 5th 2014

71482 Comments


noctus is gonna shit

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zaruyache
March 5th 2014

6280 Comments


Space kitteh can already explore the whole of the cosmos.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqFlxxodglM

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
March 5th 2014

16315 Comments


yes but this space kitteh is just in awe of the depth of krallice's genius

zaruyache
March 5th 2014

6280 Comments


I can relate. I mean wow.

Solbrave
March 5th 2014

235 Comments



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MosesMalone
March 6th 2014

1836 Comments


All Krallice more or less sounds the same but I'm personally partial to their debut (being that I actually own it). They're pretty cool chill-out music.

Futures
March 6th 2014

9656 Comments


swee

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MoosechriS
March 6th 2014

4961 Comments


Awesome, should be cool

SlMBOLlC
March 6th 2014

5018 Comments


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still best summary ever

SlMBOLlC
March 6th 2014

5018 Comments


i honestly was just gonna post "cosmic trems of dick" but someone already beat me to it

Wizard
March 6th 2014

19343 Comments


What's their best album?

Their s/t is influential and essential.

Kyle has a new avatar people!

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