The guitars on Mortem Solis are as intricate as they are ferocious, it’s a scorching album in an aging genre that has recently shown signs of getting stale.
Krisiun is a death metal band that needs no introduction. Formed in 1990 by three brothers: Alex Camargo (Vocals/Bass) Moyses Kolesne (Guitar) and Max Kolesne (Drums).
This trio has been murderously consistent. Taking their pistol whipping brand of death metal to the fans of the most extreme musical genre.
Reinvention has been the key to this longevity. Krisiun’s willingness to engage has kept them relevant. Experimentation has always been at the forefront of any new attack. Dabbling in slower tempos, awkward time changes and uncanny riffs, the band has never failed to deliver a superb album. I am pleased to say, nothing has changed.
Offering number twelve, Mortem Solis which is Latin for “Death Of The Sun” is due on July 29th, 2022, via Century Media Records. What makes this album particularly worthy is the production. It’s no easy task to record music with such intensity and power.
Krisiun are not for the faint of heart, they are one of the most brutal bands in the world and their inherent sound is simply massive, even more so when one considers they are only a three-piece! They are deadly serious about their craft, demanding total attention and respect.
The guitars on Mortem Solis are as intricate as they are ferocious, it’s a scorching album in an aging genre that has recently shown signs of getting stale. Allowing more tempo and accessible guitars within their attack has made the songs easier to recognize and remember. Highlight tracks for me are: “Serpent Messiah”, “Temple Of The Abattoir”, “As Angels Burn” and “Worm God”.
Krisiun has returned with a vengeance. Hell bent on redefining this barbarous genre and raising the bar of viciousness once again. \m/
- Alex Camargo – Bass, Vocals
- Moyses Kolesne – Guitar
- Max Kolesne – Drums