Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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$8USD or more
Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
2x12", 33 RPM vinyl.
Packaged in a wide spine single pocket jacket with insert.
Includes download code.
Available on black vinyl (225) or Blue Splatter and Maroon Splatter color vinyl (225).
Includes an etched d-side image.
Includes unlimited streaming of Teneral
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Recorded in August 2015 at Barbershop Studios by Brett Romnes and Nicholas Palmirotto.
Mixed by Brett Romnes and Nicholas Palmirotto at Barbershop and Silvercord Studios.
Mastered by Brett Romnes (digital), and Nolan Voss (vinyl).
Cover art by Jas Helena.
Logo by View From The Coffin.
Layout & design by Regina Morgan-Muñoz.
released October 21, 2017
Nicholas Palmirotto: Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Samples
Lev Weinstein: Drums
Joe Merolla: Bass
Nolan Voss: Guitar
I have no problem with long songs but they can be a problem when the song doesn’t progress or gets repetitive, happy to say this song doesn’t fall into this complaint. Although I’m not a really big metal head, i do appreciate a good metal album. I love the solos and those dive bombs are amazing. Stopped listening to metal for a while because everything seems to gets muddled and sounded the same, this song has brought me back and excited to keep on the look out for more. vikhart_lizard
Answers the question of where Krallice would go after "Years Past Matter." Completely unclassifiable, the songs are simultaneously compact and complex. The playing and musicanship is breathtaking... "Wastes of Ocean" into "Over Spirit" being a prime example. It must also be said that Mick Barr is a badass motherfucker all over this album. "Agony in collective ignorance/Called upon by thyself/Thyself being a part of all life/In the sickness/Quarantined in pure paranoia" Pretty prophetic, right? bcb723