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Krallice - Traditional Album
Krallice - Traditional Album
Performer: Krallice
Title: Traditional
Label: Decibel Flexi Series
Country: US
Released: 20 Jul 2011
Style: Black Metal
Cat: DB009
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1572 mb | MP3 size: 1939 mb | WMA size: 2943 mb
Genre: Rock

Written-By [Originally By] – Rorschach


  • ProducerKrallice
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered ByColin Marston


White flexi with gold print.

Released with the September 2011 (#83) issue of Decibel Magazine.

Recorded, mixed and mastered at the Thousand Caves Studios.


  • Recorded At – The Thousand Caves
  • Mixed At – The Thousand Caves
  • Mastered At – The Thousand Caves


Krallice is the first album by the New Yorkbased 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. Krallice is an American 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. Krallice does it again. Favorite track: Retrogenesis. silenceeater Finally Krallice has stepped out from behind the wall of noise and while still being lo-fi you can make out all the brilliant riffs of all members. The inclusion of Dave E. is masterful. This is my favorite record of theirs by far Favorite track: Loüm. blbthabeast This album is relentless from start to finish As a fan of both Krallice and Neurosis this collaboration fires on all cylinders for me. It's mathy, chaotic, heavy, catchy and grindy all at the same time. Dave's vocals fit perfectl. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Traditional 2011. Album by Krallice. is a cover of. Traditional by Rorschach 1993. Official Page. next week for bandcamp day july 3rd there will be the mick barrocrilim classical album 12th ChamberQurotenthrough II and another new colin marston project, Groeth. and wednesday there's this: yo I, Colin, am doing a Guest DJ Special on Gimme Metal on Wednesday, July 1 at 1pm ET prepare for a 2-hour playlist of metal recently worked on at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves. I'll be hanging out in the live chat, and if you like what you hear you can hit the Tip the DJ to support during these extreme times for music extreme not in a good way. Krallice Do Not Make For a. December 3rd, 2019. Cover of a song by Rorschach from the album Protestant. Released as a flexi disc in the September 2011 issue of Decibel Magazine. Recording information: Recorded, mixed and mastered at the Thousand Caves Studios. Added by: blackXdeathXcore. Modified by: MutantClannfear. Added on: 2011-07-16 16:55:39. KRALLICE - Traditional. the ultimate metal music online community, from the creators of . 0 rating 0 review. Listen free to Krallice Traditional Traditional. 1 track 3:24. Single-sided flexi-single included with an issue of Decibel magazine. The song is a cover of hardcore band Rorschach's Traditional. Traditional is a music singlesepsfan clubpromo recording by KRALLICE TechExtreme Prog MetalProgressive Rock released in 2011 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. It's also an album full of high-speed shifts and sudden left turns, as guitar solos erupt out of the riff-storm like a demonic dolphin leaping from a lake of lava, or the band suddenly halts what had seemed like frantic, headlong momentum to begin playing an entirely different riff. The trance-inducing effects of later albums are largely absent here on this disc, Krallice are all about displays of virtuosity that recall John McLaughlin more than Mayhem