Posted in music | pictures on May 9, 2011

photos by Greg Cristman, words by BBG

Krallice

Black Sabbath's seventh LP and one of their last with the original lineup was called Technical Ecstacy, a thought that echoed through my brain during Krallice's incredible set on Monday (5/2) at The Studio at Webster Hall. Brooklyn's technical black metal crew, supporting their new LP Diotima, decimated the Studio space at the final date of their East Coast tour with Withered who were touring around an appearance at New England Metal and Hardcore Fest in April.

Atlanta's Withered were similarly impressive on Monday night, though it was their slower, sludgier moments that were the most powerful; their icy precision blast-beats were always well executed and on cue, but the slower riffs were the most resonating on the system.

Ipsissimus opned the show, like they did the previous night in New Haven, CT. The band is preparing to release their Metal Blade debut later this year.

Krallice recently performed a mostly Orphan set at Union Pool in support of Brendan Majewski.

More pictures and some video from from The Studio (where Peelander-Z played 5 days later), below...

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Ipsissimus | NYC @ The Studio at Webster Hall | 02 May 2011

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Withered | NYC @ The Studio at Webster Hall | 02 May 2011

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Krallice | NYC @ The Studio at Webster Hall | 02 May 2011

Withered -- 2011 Tour Dates
07/25/2011 Milwaukee, WI The Rave Bar *
07/26/2011 St. Paul, MN Station 4 *
07/27/2011 Winnipeg, MB The Royal Albert Arms *
07/28/2011 Regina, SK The Exchange *
07/29/2011 Edmonton, AB Pawn Shop *
07/30/2011 Calgary, AB The Distillery *
07/31/2011 Kelowna, BC The Sunplex *
08/01/2011 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theatre *
08/02/2011 Seattle, WA Studio Seven *
08/03/2011 Portland, OR Branx *
08/04/2011 San Francisco, Ca Slim's *
08/05/2011 Sparks, NV The Alley *
08/06/2011 Las Vegas, NV The Cheyenne Saloon *
08/07/2011 West Hollywood, CA Key Club *
08/08/2011 San Diego, Ca Ruby Room +
08/09/2011 Scottsdale, AZ Chaser's +
08/12/2011 San Antonio, TX Korova +
08/14/2011 Oklahoma City, OK The Conservatory +
* w/ Exhumed, Macabre, & Cephalic Carnage
+ w/ Macabre

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Comments (15)

Sonic withering death of herpes simplex pain and skull maggots puss breath putrid black sausage fest

There ... think I got it all out.

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 3:44 PM

If the boring doesn't kill you, the smells sure will!

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 4:20 PM

No mention of Cleric? Didn't they play that night?

Also, Lev Weinstein sporting a cleaner look. Nice.

Wish I could've made it. Just heard the new album and it's merely OK after one listen. Not as good as the s/t, maybe on par with DB, but we'll see after more spins.

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 4:27 PM

these guys look prettay... prettay... prettay cool.

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 4:57 PM

4:27, Cleric cancelled.

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 5:01 PM

MEHtal

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 6:18 PM

Sonic withering deathweinedpainskull Macabremaggots Cephalic Syphilis breath putrid black tech death funeral tortured DOOM sausage fest

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 7:57 PM

actually there were a lot of girls there

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 10:11 PM

lot of girls in the bands too

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 10:39 PM

^^
In that sense, almost all rock shows are "sausage fests," then, and if you want to take that up as an issue, then more power to you, but why single out this one?
(other than because you suck)

Posted by Anonymous | May 9, 2011 11:50 PM

Not to side with the "sausage fest" clowns(at least think of something original, you moron), but you also have to factor in that some of the girls there were girlfriends of the band members too (so they don't count:)!).

Also, thanks on the info, 5:01.

Posted by Anonymous | May 10, 2011 10:20 AM

10:20: Jesus Shitballs, what an unbelievably classic douchebag comment.

From what I saw, there were a whole bunch of girls at this show who were straight up fans of the music. I'm personally married to a dude who hates metal... that's like the opposite of fucking a band member.

It's too bad that women who like metal constantly have to deal with miserable 1990s throwbacks who assume we are groupies, whores, and/or "girlfriends".

In summary, I hope you choke on a bag of dicks and die.

Posted by Anonymous | May 10, 2011 1:52 PM

"10:20: Jesus Shitballs, what an unbelievably classic douchebag comment."

Thank you. I'm quite proud of it myself.

"From what I saw, there were a whole bunch of girls at this show who were straight up fans of the music."

I don't doubt there were girls that were fans of the music. Emphasis should be placed at "SOME" in my post. Also, you either missed (or intentionally ignored) my smiley right after "so they don't count". I wasn't TOTALLY serious (the gf's could also dig the music regardless).

"It's too bad that women who like metal constantly have to deal with miserable 1990s throwbacks who assume we are groupies, whores, and/or "girlfriends"."

Well, that sucks for both parties.

"In summary, I hope you choke on a bag of dicks and die."

Grrrrrr, me angry! Me wish death on anonymous poster make comment I offended by! Roar!

Posted by Anonymous | May 10, 2011 3:52 PM

lol)))))ot to side with the "sausage fest" clowns(at least think of something original, you moron), but you also have to factor in that some of the girls there were girlfriends of the band members too (so they don't count:)!).

Posted by Sophi | May 12, 2011 8:54 AM

awsome.

Posted by Jamie | March 11, 2014 7:52 PM

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