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Crucifist Band Name and Song Title a ‘Coincidence’
Crucifist may not be from Norway or Russia, but they do come from an exceptionally frosty place in the Northern Hemisphere -- Rochester, N.Y. When the old school black metallers played The Knitting Factory on Jan. 10 with Krallice, Ancient Wound and Humanity Falls they made sure their set was filled…
Jucifer Frontwoman Says Their Intent Is to ‘Decimate’

Hipster hangout Kung Fu Necktie is rapidly becoming the go-to venue for quality metal shows in Philadelphia, and those of us that call the 215 home couldn't be happier. After playing host to the likes of Krieg, Total F---ing Destruction, Nachtmystium, Wolves in the Throne Room and Krallice in recent…
Top 10 Black Metal Records of 2009
With everyone and their mother racing to post their year-end lists before the end of 2009, Noisecreep's token kvlt kommando 'Grim' Kim Kelly figured she may as well rain on everyone's parade and concoct a nasty little list of her own. Thusly, Noisecreep's Top 10 Black Metal …
Humanity Falls Playing With Crucifist and Krallice
"Yo, thank the first band," guitarist Ammo Diaz told Humanity Falls' frontman as he was thanking all the bands who played Lit Lounge on Dec. 7. "I just did, pothead," vocalist Eston Browne said in his defense.
The two of them played from the floor in front of …
Blackened Music Weekend Takes Hold of New York City
New York City's Blackened Music Series has announced a three-day mini-festival featuring Krallice, Liturgy, Skeletonwitch, Black Anvil, Rwake, Malkuth, Orphan and capped off by the premiere performance of doom supergroup Shrinebuilder. Set for November 13-15, the Blackened Weekend follows in the foo…
Krallice Up the Ante on ‘Dimensional Bleedthrough’
Brooklyn-based post-black metal quartet Krallice boast a formidable lineup that includes guitarists Colin Marston (Behold ... the Arctopus, Dysrhythmia) and Mick Barr (Orthrelm and Ocrilim), alongside drummer Lev Weinstein (Bloody Panda) and bassist Nick McMaster...
The Curse of Castevet at Union Pool
Chicago's Castevet make some rocking, instrumental post punk. They kind of sound like Russian Circles if only they were bigger fans of Taking Back Sunday. If that sounds like a different language to you, then good. The Castevet you really care about has nothing to do with those guys...

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