Krallice, Diotima

The third album from NYC technical black metal wizards Krallice is here, and as one might expect, it is a monster. I'm out of town right now and don't have the time to write a full review, but rest assured, this is Krallice at their best. Their first two albums are brilliant, and this takes them even higher; as they play a style of black metal that is entirely their own, they have carried their signature sound to the next dimension.  I've talked about their live shows before, so you may not to hear me telling you to see them live if and when you get the chance, but I'm telling you again in case you forgot. Say hell to them, too - nicer guys you won't likely find.

All of a sudden, the folks at NPR are doing some great things with their music journalism. They've featured some great records over the past year or so, starting with Thou's Summit, and they are now allowing you to stream all of Diotima, here. Prepare to be dazzled.

When you're done, feel free to go to Profound Lore and buy the CD. the 2xLP will be out on Gilead Media soon.

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