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Death Metal Soul Wreckage: Krisiun, Abhorrence news

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at 7:17 PM (PST)

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Hello, friends. Friendly reminder that Queen’s ‘Princes Of The Universe’ is the greatest pillar of human achievement. Before we get into some death metal from around the world, let us contemplate the glory.

Ok, so I worked hard all morning and then saw my mom at her elder care facility and then passed the fuck out way too long and now am really delirious. I woke up and made a peanut butter and banana sandwich and ate it one handed while sitting down to pee and I kind of feel like Elvis. My gf is practicing (awesome) Goo Goo Dolls covers on her acoustic guitar and our cute ass cat Amber will not stop staring at me like she knows more than me about The hydrostatic equation. I need some herbs.

Anyway, one thing I can kind of do even when half asleep and moronic is give my opinion on upcoming death metal releases! Let’s remember what we came here for?! Hello? Is anyone there?

Friendly reminder that Friday, September 07, 2018 sees the release of a monstrously massive new onslaught from death metal stalwarts Krisiun entitled Scourge Of The Enthroned. That is about as death metal an album name I have ever heard and I can not believe it has not already been taken by Carcass or Hate Eternal.

Anyway, Krisiun have literally always kicked ass. I remember reading about them years ago as a new death metal and thrash fan wanting to widen my net beyond Sepultura as far as bands from Brazil. The cover art by Eliran Kantor is based on Sumerian mythology and shows three ancient gods transcending the beginning of creation. The title track on the new rager is particularly fucking stunning and will take your head clean off, so I am not sure why they put it first on the album unless they plan to re-animate fans corpses with every song.

I just got the promo for this record and am rapidly devouring it. I can’t believe these guys are on their eleventh album. Man, it is so inspiring when bands manage to reach such heights doing what they love! Hail Krisiun! Check out the first single, released a few weeks back, called “Demonic III” below! Pre Order HERE.

Svart Records is proud to present Megalohydrothalassophobic, an all-new Abhorrence EP full of old-school Finnish death metal.  The EP will be released by Svart Records on September 15th.The lineup of the Finnish DM trailblazers is the same as back in 1990, with the addition of drummer Waltteri Väyrynen, of Paradise Lost and Vallenfyre fame.

This release continues the ancient spooky ass Gods theme I was mentioning about Krisun above, as the band have promised they bring us ,”… a vision of Lovecraftian horror in the age of the ecological catastrophe. The lyrics fuse together the deeply unsettling tales of H.P. Lovecraft with the thought-provoking philosophy of Timothy Morton, arguably the most important thinker of the anthropoce, the current catastrophical age of human existence.” Blessed Altar Zine has a pretty fair review of the promo Here . I personally would have given it a little bit higher rating.

I hope they release new song “Hyperobject Beneath the Waves” as another single because it will rock your socks off and also because it somehow takes the kind of deep sea metal chaos theme vibes that many bands have done a lot and makes it still terrifying.

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Get a taste of the record below with the also rad and uncompromising “Anthem for the Anthropocene” below. Then try to say the album name ten times fast, we dare ya!

 

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Video: Krisiun releases official video for “The Will To Potency”

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, December 14, 2012 at 4:17 PM (PST)

Brazilian death metal band Krisiun have released an official video for “Will to Potency” off of the album The Great Execution. The Great Execution was released in 2011 via Century Media.

You can watch the video here.

The video’s director and producer Tommy Jones comments:
“The band had originally contacted me to do a live video on the ‘Conquerors of the World Tour’. We filmed every night live, however the day before the last show of the tour, we had a day off on a drive through New Mexico towards the last show in Texas. I had the idea of filming the band out in the middle of the desert because I love that area and always wanted to do a desert shoot. So I convinced the driver to pull over in the middle of nowhere at 9AM. We filmed for about 2 and a half hours out there, using a laptop as audio playback. We caught the attention of the Mexican Border Patrol who came to check out what we were doing. They sent about 3 SUVs out to check us out. Once they made sure we weren’t doing anything ‘too illegal’ they got a kick out of it and were taking pictures on their iPhones because they said in all their years, they haven’t seen a band set up in the middle of the desert.

When it was all said and done, we filmed every night on tour, but it ended up that the majority of the video was filmed on that day off in the middle of the New Mexican desert in about 2.5 hours.

It was a fun video, and I’m glad we got to do it this way, we all are really stoked how the desert stuff came out.”

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Music Video: Krisiun’s “The Will To Potency”

Posted by Fireball13 on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 9:39 AM (PST)

Brazilian death metallers Krisiun have premiered the music video for their song “The Will To Potency” and you can check it out right here. The song is off the band’s latest studio album, The Great Execution.

The director and producer of the video, Tommy Jones, had this to say:

“The band had originally contacted me to do a live video on the ‘Conquerors of the World Tour’. We filmed every night live, however the day before the last show of the tour, we had a day off on a drive through New Mexico towards the last show in Texas. I had the idea of filming the band out in the middle of the desert because I love that area and always wanted to do a desert shoot. So I convinced the driver to pull over in the middle of nowhere at 9AM. We filmed for about 2 and a half hours out there, using a laptop as audio playback. We caught the attention of the Mexican Border Patrol who came to check out what we were doing. They sent about 3 SUVs out to check us out. Once they made sure we weren’t doing anything ‘too illegal’ they got a kick out of it and were taking pictures on their iPhones because they said in all their years, they haven’t seen a band set up in the middle of the desert.

When it was all said and done, we filmed every night on tour, but it ended up that the majority of the video was filmed on that day off in the middle of the New Mexican desert in about 2.5 hours.

It was a fun video, and I’m glad we got to do it this way, we all are really stoked how the desert stuff came out.”


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Brazilian death metalers Krisiun will return to North America this April in support of their their recently released, 8th studio album, The Great Execution.  Joining them are bay area thrash act Death Angel, Brazilian/American thrashers Seputura, and Colorado thrashers Havok.

Krisiun vocalist/bassist Alex Camargo comments:

“Hey everyone!!! We in Krisiun would like to invite all you diehard metal brothers to come on out and support our upcoming shows around the USA and Canada. We are gonna share the stage with our fellow countrymen, the almighty Sepultura, for the first time, plus fucking Death Angel and Havok. We guarantee you this combination of bands will unleash hell every night. See you guys out there!!!”

Click here for complete tour dates.

The Great Execution was released October 31st in Europe and November 1st in North America via Century Media Records.

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Krisiun posts teaser trailer for upcoming album “The Great Execution”

Posted by jrod1209 on Friday, October 28, 2011 at 3:14 PM (PST)

Brazilian death metal act Krisiun is now giving fans yet another preview of their next release with a new teaser trailer for their upcoming album “The Great Execution.” The album is due out October 31st in Europe and November 1st in North America via Century Media Records.

Click here to check out the teaser trailer.

“The Great Execution,” produced once again by Andy Classen at Stage One Studio, is the band’s 8th studio album.

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Brazilian death metallers, Krisiun, have released a new song entitled “Rise and Confront” off their upcoming album “The Great Execution.” To check out the new track click here.

The new album will be released October 31st in Europe and November 1st in North America through Century Media.

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Brazilian death metallers, Krisiun, have released a new song entitled “The Will To Potency” off their upcoming album “The Great Execution.” To check out the new song click here.

The new album will be their 8th studio release and will be available November 1st in North America through Century Media.

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Krisiun to release new album “The Great Execution” this fall

Posted by metalrocker on Thursday, September 8, 2011 at 3:44 PM (PST)

Brazilian death metalers Krisiun return with their newest album “The Great Execution,”  set for release on November 1st in North America via Century Media.

“The Great Execution” is the band’s 8th studio album, and uses only analog gear and instruments.

“With our new record we managed to capture the sound and the vibe that we were always looking for,” adds vocalist/bassist Alex Camargo.

“The Great Execution” will be available as a limited edition digipak including a re-recorded version of the classic Krisiun song “Black Force Domain” as a bonus track, plus as a180g gatefold vinyl and as a digital download.

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Vader announce Summer Campaign Tour

Posted by Ehrila on Thursday, June 23, 2011 at 12:22 PM (PST)

Poland’s death metal extremists Vader have announced dates for “Summer Campaign Tour” Part 1 and 2.

The band commented:

“Vader will take part in a few prestigious festivals such as Metal Hammer Festival (Poland), Summer Breeze (Germany), Brutal Assault (Czech Republic), Close-Up Baten (Sweden) and many more. According to tradition, the band will also give a couple of shows in smaller towns in Poland; among them are: Opole, Turek or Pabianice. We are also planning gigs in Japan, Asia and Nepal in September. Then a European tour. This year you won’t see Vader on the regular longer tour in Poland – you’ll have to wait till 2012!”

Check out the tour dates here.

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