Tag: Krallice

Krallice – Loüm Review

In a way, Krallice’s music has always struck me as being about listening. Although the quartet’s music is not improvisational, its knotty intricacy and near-constant interlocking and delinking patterns suggests a group of peers in

Last Rites’ Best Of 2012 – Combined Staff List

First thing’s first: Welcome to Last Rites! Now, it might seem weird for a “new” webzine to be bursting out of the gate with a Top 926-or-whatever Albums of the Year list, but, despite appearances

Krallice – Years Past Matter Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Maybe we’re at odds with these sounds because we’re not sure where they come from. Maybe we think we know, though. Maybe we hear the decades of refinement in guitarist

Krallice – Diotima Review

originally written by Chris McDonald Krallice’s impact has been incredible considering their brief career as a band. They’ve already driven a big divisive wedge into the metal community with their first two albums, but now

Jordan Campbell’s Top 20 of 2009

Another year in heavy metal…and what a year it was. It seems like every band on the planet released something in 2009; when Immortal, Absu, and Destroyer 666 all emerge from hibernation at once, it’s a sign that things

Krallice – Dimensional Bleedthrough Review

originally written by Jim Brandon “Rest your weary brow in laughing sighing boughs / Soothe your fevers in the pulsing bark and rot / And dream of nothing…” While we’ve seen and heard many established

00s Essentials – Volume Two

Welcome back to Metal Review’s 100 Most Essential Albums of the 00s. Volume 2 features a pair of landmark doom releases, the glorious return of an epic metal legend, some widely varying interpretations of prog,