Edwardson fits in with the band so naturally that it's difficult to comprehend that he hasn't been part of the group all along. I suspect Neurosis keeps him quite busy, but I also hope this isn't the last time we'll see these two forces in extreme metal collaborate.
Favorite track: Khronos Deposed.
UPDATE MARCH 7TH, 2018: THIS RECORD IS COMPLETED AND AWAITING SHIPPING AT THE PRESSING PLANT. THEY SHOULD BE IN-HOUSE MID MARCH.
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THIS ALBUM IS PART OF THE GILEAD MEDIA 2017 SUBSCRIPTION CLUB
12" 33 RPM vinyl. Packaged in a gatefold jacket with lyric sheet insert Includes a download code.
Includes unlimited streaming of Loüm
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The most recent full-length LP from New York's Krallice marks yet another distinct evolutionary leap in their recorded output, and includes vocals and synth by Dave Edwardson, who is most well known as the bassist of the legendary NEUROSIS.
Although still distinctly Krallice in sound, they once again prove their masterful ability to contort and twist their works into a new beast while maintaining a natural feeling of songwriting progression. Edwardson adds an entirely new element with his unmistakable, harsh vocals and atmospheric synth layers.
Loüm is presented with cover art by Carl Auge of His Hero Is Gone.
released October 27, 2017
Dave Edwardson - Vocals and Synths
Colin Marston - Guitar
Lev Weinstein - Drums
Mick Barr - Guitar and Vocals
Nicholas McMaster - Bass and Vocals
Recorded May and August 2017 at Menegroth the Thousand Caves, Woodhaven Queens NYC by Colin Marston. thethousandcaves.com
Synth tracks played by Dave at the Vintage Synth Museum, recorded by Lance Hill. vintagesynthmuseum.com
Cover art painted by Carl Auge. carlauge.com
Krallice at their finest--triumphant, labyrinthine guitar melodies, complicated bass lines that provide a dark harmonic counterpoint, and expert drumming guiding like a lantern through the darkness. If you've never been treated to their signature brand of USBM before now, this is a perfect place to start. bvck