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Release date: 25 August 2012
Style: Black metal

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7.9 | 42 votes

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01. IIIIIII
02. IIIIIIII
03. IIIIIIIII
04. IIIIIIIIII
05. IIIIIIIIIII
06. IIIIIIIIIIII

Lyrics (3)


Line-up
Mick Barr - guitars, vocals
Colin Marston - guitars
Lev Weinstein - drums
Nicholas "Nick" McMaster - bass


Additional info
To be self-released and digital formats along with a vinyl pressing done by Gilead Media.

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Alex Fenger - 25.08.2012 at 23:22  
Rating: 7 Damn this is absolutely stunning
BlueMobius - 26.08.2012 at 17:00  
  I'm listening right now and I'm liking what I'm hearing so far. I will let you know my complete thoughts once I've heard it through a few times.
Bad English - 26.08.2012 at 17:08  
  Prerry same like othgers , nothing spåecial, big minus is I , II etc song titles
Oaken - 27.08.2012 at 02:03  
 
Written by Guest on 27.08.2012 at 00:51

just wanking around.

You nailed it. After 3 minutes into track 1, I decided I won't be listening to this.
Unhealer - 31.08.2012 at 00:44  
Rating: 9 Everytime I listen to this album I don't quite like it (except the first track wich already runs for my personal best song of the year) but I'm more than eager to give it another listen. It seems to me it's one of those albums I might give a 9 after a dozen of listens.
Unhealer - 10.09.2012 at 06:43  
Rating: 9 Well, in fact it may end up as a 10. I really love this shit.
nille - 13.09.2013 at 17:54  
 
Lord_Regnier - 20.10.2013 at 09:55  
 
Written by Alex Fenger on 25.08.2012 at 23:22

Damn this is absolutely stunning


I find this album awesome. Probably my favorite Krallice album.
Boxcar Willy - 07.02.2014 at 03:08  
  This is really good.
deadone - 07.02.2014 at 03:37  
  Did someone ake a mistake with the song titles?!?!?
Unhealer - 07.02.2014 at 04:57  
Rating: 9
Written by deadone on 07.02.2014 at 03:37

Did someone ake a mistake with the song titles?!?!?


Nah.

Quote:

The song titles on Years Past Matter follow an interesting and unusual convention. Obviously there is a pattern to the sequence but is there a particular significance to what was used for the song titles or was it simply the desire to get outside the box when it came any literal interpretations?


Nick: The titles have no intrinsic meaning. There aren't supposed to be any titles except the big closer which is "Years Past Matter." The physical editions have no titles, but if your album is going to be released digitally, you need to have some sort of track names, and this was a sequencing that we found aesthetically pleasing.

So there isn't meaning in the titles, but there is meaning, de facto, in the gesture of not having them. I think after the concept-heavy Diotima we were sort of tired of that approach and wanted to just present the music rather than wrapping it in a bunch of cultural references. Your comment about being "too busy digging the tunes" is exactly the point.
deadone - 07.02.2014 at 05:00  
  Thanks Unhealer.

Interesting comment that they needed to put something in due to technology requirements.
tea[m]ster - 16.08.2014 at 16:57  
Rating: 6 Giving this a thorough listen. Pretty good for my tastes. I can see the atmospheric black or post black genre tags I've been seeing with this band.
LeKiwi - 01.03.2015 at 04:14  
Rating: 7 The individual parts of songs are great, but as a whole fail to captivate me. Feels rather unstructured and loses its momentum frequently. Really interesting from a instrumental point of view though...
Alex Fenger - 01.03.2015 at 19:19  
Rating: 7
Written by LeKiwi on 01.03.2015 at 04:14

The individual parts of songs are great, but as a whole fail to captivate me. Feels rather unstructured and loses its momentum frequently. Really interesting from a instrumental point of view though...

If you haven't yet, I'd recommend checking out Krallice's earlier material as it is (if only slightly) more coherent. I'd personally say go for Dimensional Bleedthrough, although their first three albums are really on par with one another.
Lit. - 01.03.2015 at 20:31  
 
Written by Alex Fenger on 01.03.2015 at 19:19

If you haven't yet, I'd recommend checking out Krallice's earlier material as it is (if only slightly) more coherent. I'd personally say go for Dimensional Bleedthrough, although their first three albums are really on par with one another.

Agreed, though I find the third one slightly inferior, the first two Krallice albums are absolutely stunning.

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