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It didn’t take long for Brooklyn’s Krallice to attract attention. Formed by avant-garde shredder Mick Barr and technical guitar wizard Colin Marston as a means to explore a black metal terrain, the collaboration was intended to be a one-off side-project that would write and record a single album. However, with the success of their self-titled 2008 debut and the consolidation of their lineup for live shows, Krallice became a full-time functioning unit—not to mention a one-of-a-kind act in the extreme metal scene. The inspiration continued to flow and the group delivered their sophomore album little less than a year later to widespread critical acclaim. With Dimensional Bleedthrough, Krallice was on the verge of surpassing Barr’s and Marston’s other musical endeavors in the progressive / technical metal arena. Diotima marks a watershed moment for the band—their darkest, heaviest, most hypnotizing work to date. From the songwriting to the performances to the production, it outshines everything these musicians have created in the past. Diotima is a dense, challenging album that will solidify Krallice’s standing as one of the most unique and accomplished American metal bands in existence.