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Old 2010-01-29, 13:39
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Given that 'hipster black metal' seems to be 'American black metal,' that's not a very descriptive label.

But it's a particular, ornate style of BM that may or may not do anything for you. My interest in black metal is fairly limited, but they're one of the bands that hits the right notes, for my ear.
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Old 2010-01-29, 14:36
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I don't like too much modern black metal to be honest. Besides maybe Weakling and Lifelover, both of which I would still consider hipster black metal bands. I haven't even bothered to listen to Krallice, they play here often and I just have no interest. I am expecting them to sound like Shining. Either way they're still hipster black metal.


I still don't get what aspect of them makes them the least bit "hipster". And they sound nothing like Shining.

Still working on getting the album.
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Old 2010-01-31, 15:20
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these guys are the only American band considered to be worth a damn.

I disagree, but Finland (Vordr, CoO) and France/French Speaking (Peste Noire, Akitsa) are pumping out the best black metal nowadays.

I mean, you can't forget we have Bone Awl, Grinning Death's Head and now Endless Humiliation (playing with them in Philly!!!). Speaking of which I'm making a new thread about this now.
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Old 2011-04-19, 14:09
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I popped in Ulver's Nattens Madrigal (easily in my top 3 black metal albums) after a good year of having not listened to it and I was stunned at the realization that I never recognized the similarity there is between the two. I was then less stunned to see Colin specifically say that Krallice is a kind of "throwback" to some of the older BM bands, like Ulver.

John, if you don't have that album, fucking get it! Krallice is cool, but its got nothing on that masterpiece.
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Napster has it so I'm going to finish listening to Anata's Under a Stone With No Inscription then give it a spin.

I've got Krallice's new record Diotima on pre-order. I don't get that excited about new music these days but Krallice and Nile always whet my appetite.
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Old 2011-05-10, 20:43
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Krallice never fail to deliver! The album takes multiple spins before the listener can truly appreciate what's going on but once everything clicks into place you're left with an awesome record once again.
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Old 2011-05-11, 06:48
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Good news. I'll have to check it out when I get some cash moneys.
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Listening to the new Krallice now. Very Krallicey and fantastical. Their composition style is just awesome. When I first started listening to them I couldn't really get into that Baroque sound they sometimes dance around but I love it now. There seems to be a bit less of it on Diotima, but I've only given it a listen through once. The last track, Dust and Light, is fucking great.
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Old 2011-06-13, 19:57
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"Dust and Light" is right up there with "Energy Chasms" and "Intraum" in competing for my favourite track of theirs. And what a great track with which to end the album; that outro is just phenomenal.
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Old 2011-06-13, 20:04
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I still haven't heard their first album. I've heard a few when I first started to get into them and I remember digging it, so I'll have to swing back to that one once I get my fill from the latest.
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