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It takes time to make a rock album. A lot of time. That sounds deeply obvious, but unless you've made a full-length album, it's hard to process just how many man-hours are involved. Let's say…   Read Story »
First off, before we talk about this song, let me just say, if you've never seen Krallice live, and you get the chance to do so, I implore you: Get the hell out there and do so. The Brooklyn-based…   Read Story »
Generally speaking, my musical palate rejects any artist whose chosen subgenre somewhere includes the word "technical," but I don't see how you describe Dysrhythmia without mentioning their technical…   Read Story »
Mick Barr is the ridiculously gifted weird-metal guitarist whose shredding always sounds too mathematically assured to be the work of just one guy with one instrument. As the guiding force behind…   Read Story »
This is the final Haunting The Chapel. In case you missed my earlier tweet, I accepted a position at Pitchfork, where I'll be returning as an Editor on Monday, 8/1. "Returning," because I worked…   Read Story »
Before the quibbling starts: I didn't include YOB's Atma because it isn't out until August. It would be way up there. I've also been listening to Dragged Into Sunlight's Hatred For Mankind quite a…   Read Story »
We still have plenty of time and music left in 2011, but since we're at the halfway (or so) mark, we thought it made sense to pause and take stock of the best albums of the year so far. There was…   Read Story »
In four years Krallice have managed to release three complex, hypnotic, ambitious, whirlpooling albums -- even with its four members performing in a dozen or so outside bands. The biggest structural…   Read Story »
A lot's changed in American black metal since Krallice formed three years ago. A lot's changed for Krallice, too. Strange it's only been three years -- feels like they've always been around. Maybe…   Read Story »
What've you been up to this summer? Chances are, not as much as R. Loren. I've already posted a couple of tracks from the Texas musician's Sailors With Wax Wings. In addition to his work under that…   Read Story »