Posted in metal | music | tour dates on March 28, 2011

by BBG

DOWNLOAD: Krallice - "The Clearing" (MP3)

Krallice at Knitting Factory (more by Greg Cristman)

Krallice are hitting the road with Atlanta black metal faves/BV SXSW alums Withered for a string of East Coast dates, and will tag NYC at The Studio at Webster Hall on May 2 with Ipsissimus (who played Union Pool last night with The Funeral Pyre/The Secret) & Cleric. Ticketing info is forthcoming. The show goes down less than two weeks after Krallice appear at the Brendan Majewski tribute happening at Union Pool on 4/20 with Mira Bilotte (of White Magic & Quix*o*tic), Dope Body and new addition Obits (who just played a BV SXSW day party). All bands on the bill have played with Brendan's band Orphan in the past, and both Krallice and Obits will be performing Orphan songs at the show. It's $10 to get in with all proceeds going to Brendan's family.

Obits play a regular set at the Bell House on April 2nd. Tickets are still available.

Krallice's new LP Diotima is due via Profound Lore on 4/26. Check out "The Clearing" above and the Diotima album art below, along with all tour dates and some video...


Krallice - The Mountain

Krallice - Energy Chasms

4/24 - Great Scott - Boston, MA
4/25 Montréal, QC Katacombes
4/26 Toronto, ON Sneaky Dee's
4/27 Cleveland, OH Now That's Class
4/28 Pittsburgh, PA Gooski's
4/29 Baltimore, MD Talking Head @ Sonar
4/30 Philadelphia, PA The Barbary
5/1 Milford, CT Daniel Street
5/2 New York, NY The Studio @ Webster Hall



Comments (8)

Ugh. I don't know if I'm going to be able to make this. We'll see.

Posted by Anonymous | March 28, 2011 10:19 AM

Oh, great, more metal. Stand around in dark rooms smelling of old beer, getting a chubby looking at the guy in front of you. Leather and boys. I guess if you're into that, go for it. Not that there's anything wrong with that ...

Posted by Anonymous | March 28, 2011 12:36 PM


Posted by Anonymous | March 28, 2011 12:46 PM

Oh great, more haters. I guess if you want to read a post about music you don't like and then leave a smelly turd of a comment on your way out the door, go for it.

Also, make sure to check back on the post you don't care about to see the play your comment gets. I'm sure that's an excellent use of your valuable time.

Posted by Jon | March 28, 2011 1:39 PM

1:39 I went to go "like" your comment then i realized facebook has ruined me.

Posted by Ron | March 28, 2011 7:40 PM

Hummus 0)))

Posted by Anonymous | March 28, 2011 7:53 PM

Colin Marston spews acid into the eyes of BV douchenozzles everywhere.

Posted by Anonymous | March 28, 2011 8:11 PM

Sure would've been cool to know about that Ipsissimus show beforehand so I could've gone to it.

Posted by Anonymous | March 28, 2011 11:58 PM

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