Krallice - Dimensional Bleedthrough


8.1 | 40 votes |
Release date: 10 November 2009
Style: Black metal

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01. Dimensional Bleedthrough
02. Autocthon
03. Aridity
04. The Mountain
05. Intraum
06. (untitled)
07. Monolith Of Possession

Additional info
Cover collage by Nick McMaster

Recorded, mixed, mastered at Menegroth, the Thousand Caves by Colin Marston 6th and 7th month 2009.

Released on Profound Lore Records.

Staff review by
BitterCOld
Rating:
8.2
2008 saw scene-renowned New York musicians Mick Barr and Colin Marston form Krallice as a vehicle to explore the black metal aesthetic through their lens. Despite "Hipster!" cries from self-appointed tr00 police, their self-titled initial release was certainly interesting and intriguing. 2009 saw the band release their follow-up, Dimensional Bleedthrough.

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published 24.02.2010 | Comments (7)

fantastic follow-up to their self-titled release. seemed to fly a bit under the radar last year, and, honestly, it took me a while to appreciate it. you can find a full review of the album here.

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11.06.2011 - 04:14
Troy Killjoy
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The ending of "Monolith Of Possession" is so intense I almost shit my pants whenever I listen to it.
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Prettier than BloodTears.
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11.06.2011 - 15:10
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Written by Troy Killjoy on 11.06.2011 at 04:14

The ending of "Monolith Of Possession" is so intense I almost shit my pants whenever I listen to it.

Thanks for the image Troy.
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12.06.2011 - 01:13
Troy Killjoy
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Written by Guest on 11.06.2011 at 15:10

Written by Troy Killjoy on 11.06.2011 at 04:14

The ending of "Monolith Of Possession" is so intense I almost shit my pants whenever I listen to it.

Thanks for the image Troy.

You're welcome.
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28.12.2015 - 18:21
Joe Zombie
Their best album I think.
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02.01.2016 - 05:11
satthia
The entire instrumental section in Autocthon alone is worth the price of the album.
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