Diotima by Krallice, released 26 April 2011 1. - 2. Inhume 3. The Clearing 4. Diotima 5. Litany of Regrets 6. Telluric Rings 7. Dust and Light 2010. Includes unlimited streaming of Diotima via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 10 days. Purchasable with gift card.
Krallice is the first album by the New York–based black metal band Krallice. It was released on compact disc in 2008 by the Canada-based Profound Lore Records, and on vinyl in 2009 by the American-based Gilead Media. The album was recorded before Nick McMaster had joined the band so he only appears as an additional vocalist on the recording and the bass guitar was played by both Marston and Barr.
Diotima is the third album by the New York-based experimental black metal band Krallice. The track "The Clearing" was premiered on Stereogum on January 18, 2011, as well as the full track list. Mick Barr – guitar, vocals. Colin Marston – guitar. Nick McMaster – bass guitar, vocals.
Krallice is a black metal band formed by New York City musicians Colin Marston, Mick Barr, Nick McMaster and Lev Weinstein. They play an experimental, highly technical style of black metal. The band has released eight studio albums and two EPs, most recently the LP Go Be Forgotten on November 21, 2017. They have been described as "one of the most interesting, engaging black metal bands to emerge in recent years" and "one of the most important bands in modern black metal".
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Though it's not the longest Krallice album (that's Dimensional Bleedthrough, slightly), Diotima forgoes the long-short-long tack of previous Krallice efforts, creating marathons out of marathons that demand complete attention and destroy attention spans. During "Intraum", from 2008's Dimensional Bleedthrough, Krallice took a break from their four-piece hustle. Guitarists Mick Barr and Colin Marston ricocheted through quick, countering riffs until the sound sublimated into a restless seven-minute drone.
Fortunately, Krallice have improved greatly on Diotima, toning down the convulsive songwriting for a more refined approach this time. Although each track has a distinct identity, as always is the case with this band, let’s just say the front end of the album isn’t too impressive. Unfortunately, the album cover is a better work of art than any of the songs on Diotima. For all their technical skills Krallice are incapable of writing a good song. Diotima is full of songs that lack emotion, personality or dynamics. I am honestly not sure what sort of mood Krallice is going for (dark, eerie, somber, what’s going on here?); the spirit of the album is utterly ambiguous.
|B1||Litany Of Regrets||13:38|
|B3||Dust And Lights||9:35|
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