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Krallice have announced a new album, Crystalline Exhaustion, which will be out digitally at the end of the month. It’s the hard-working metal band’s followup to last year’s Demonic Wealth, which also arrived on short notice. They’re introducing the project with the album’s title track, which goes in a whole lot of different directions over its 14-minute runtime. As MetalSucks points out, Crystalline Exhaustion was recorded just last month at the Queens, NY studio Menegroth, The Thousand Caves. Check it out below.

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This is the first part in a two-part series.

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The members of Krallice work fast. The New York band combines black metal speed and atmospherics with tricky math-rock complexity, and they’ve figured out a frantic, dense, nonlinear sound that’s entirely their own. Their music sounds labor-intensive, but they make a lot of it. Just seven months ago, the band released a surprise album called Mass Cathexis, and Stereogum’s Black Market braintrust named it one of the year’s best metal albums. Today, Krallice has followed up Mass Cathexis with another full-length; this one bears the excellent title Demonic Wealth.

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For more than a decade, the New York band Krallice have combined forbidding, atmospheric black metal fury with experimental math-rock complexity. Most of the time, they’ve been wildly prolific. In 2017, for instance, Krallice released two albums — Go Be Forgotten on their own, and Loüm in collaboration with Neurosis member Dave Edwardson. But they’ve…

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It is, of course, not uncommon for musicians to cover each other. It’s perhaps a bit more unexpected when established indie musicians go and form a full-blown cover band. That is, however, what has happened with Black Sabbath Cover Band Rehearsal. As you might be able to tell from the name, it’s not exactly your…

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