Sea of Bones, Ancient Wound, Krallice // at St. Vitus

On Saturday August 25, Krallice played at St. Vitus in celebration of their new record, Years Past Matter. This time around the band is trying to do the release completely DIY, instead of working their buddy Profound Lore (no bad blood, just trying new things). Also on the bill were New York’s own Ancient Wound and New Haven’s Sea of Bones.

Krallice will play the Acheron on September 21st with Mutant Supremacy and Feast of the Epiphany.

Sea of Bones






Ancient Wound






Krallice










Malignancy // at St. Vitus

On Thursday August 9th, 2012 at St. Vitus, Malignancy’s Danny Nelson spent much time busting the chops of fill-in drummer Alex Cohen (Imperial Triumphant, Pyrrhon). We laughed our asses off, much to his expense. Sorry dude, but that’s what you get when you play music with a comedian. Pyrrhon and Origin also played that night, but I missed most of Pyrrhon and didn’t stick around for the in-person stage dive tutorial.

Here are some pictures of one of the best bands to ever come out of NY.