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Krisiun

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Formed first from the ’90s, Brazilian death steel band Krisiun presented guitarist Moyses Kolesne, his brother Utmost Kolesne on drums, and bassist/vocalist Alex Camargo. Having a vicious, straight-ahead loss of life metal design, the group documented two demos (1991’s Bad Age group and 1992’s Curse from the Bad One) and self-released a mini-album entitled Unmerciful Purchase in 1993, therefore building an underground viewers. Signing to the tiny Brazilian label Dynamo, the group released its appropriate debut album Dark Force Website in 1996; found for wider distribution by Weapon Information, the record resulted in several Western european tour gigs for Krisiun. The follow-up, Apocalyptic Revelation, made an appearance in 1998; even more comprehensive touring ensued, and after Krisiun produced its first appearance within the U.S. in 1999, these were agreed upon by major steel player Century Mass media. Their debut for the label, Conquerors of Armageddon, premiered in early 2000. Dark Force Domain made an appearance another symmer.

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Full Name Krisiun
Music Songs Blood of Lions, The Will to Potency, Combustion Inferno, Scars of the Hatred, Vicious Warth, Hatred Inherit, Kings of Killing, Descending Abomination, Ways of Barbarism, Sentenced Morning, Hunter of Souls, Extinção Em Massa, They Call Me Death, Bloodcraft, Slaying Steel, Dawn of Flagellation, Slain Fate, Thorns of Heaven, Naturarl Genocide, Wolfen Tyranny, Twisting Sights, Abyssal Gates, Evil Mastermind, Rises From Black, Contradictions of Decay, Cursed Scrolls, Messiah's Abomination, Violentia Gladiatore, Apocalyptic Victory, Bleeding Offers, Rise and Confront, Slaughtering Void
Albums Forged in Fury, The Great Execution, Black Force Domain, Southern Storm, Conquerors of Armageddon, Apocalyptic Revelation, Ageless Venomous, Works of Carnage, Live Armageddon, Arise from Blackness, Bloodshed, AssassiNation, Curse of the Evil One, Krisiun No Estúdio Showlivre (Ao Vivo), Unmerciful Order, Bloodshed (re-issue + Bonus Tracks), Bloodshed (New & Rare Tracks)

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