Tag: Krisiun

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: July 15th – July 21st

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Krisiun – Forged In Fury Review

Krisiun is almost universally described as “consistent.” And for good reason: These Brazilian brothers have been cranking out variations on a death metal theme for a quarter century now. They don’t vary their attack much,

Krisiun – The Great Execution Review

For no real reason other than the foolish human yearning for order and symmetry, I’ve often thought of the ‘Big Three’ of German thrash – Sodom, Destruction, and Kreator – as having a cross-hemispheric counterpart

Krisiun – Southern Storm Review

Originally written by Michael Roberts. It’s kind of a rare thing for a band to continue to improve after six or seven albums. More often than not we’ll see an act peaking somewhere between their

Krisiun – AssassiNation Review

Synopsis: This is Krisiun. They have several records out, and they play fast-to-blast technical Death Metal, record it perfectly, release it to us and don’t fuck around. Review: I happen to think this band is

Krisiun – Bloodshed Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance A band like Krisiun is a wet dream for the romantic death metal fan. While clearly talented, and at times ambitious, this Brazilian threesome has always been the working man’s

Krisiun – Works of Carnage Review

As much as I don’t get into black metal bands, I DO get into death metal bands, so reviewing a CD by Krisiun is just as problematic but for the opposite reason. My intellectual side