Brazilian purveyors of devastation KRISIUN have returned home after invading Europe igniting their ravenous legions of fans. Headlining Europe for the first time, the "Clash of the Demigods" tour took the Brazilians, who were supporting the European release of their new compilation album, "Bloodshed", across the continent playing more than 25 shows with BEHEMOTH, INCANTATION and RAGNAROK. Amazing their devoted hordes, the band delivered the most furiously aggressive and brutal death metal. The combination of the ultra-fast songs from "Conquerors of Armageddon" with "Bloodshed"'s maniacally heavy tracks made their live set as brutal as a sledgehammer to the face.Drummer Max Kolesne commented: "We just got back from a killer European tour, and can't wait to come to the U.S. and destroy with our ultra violent death metal. We know, you metal freaks hunger for brutality, and we will come for you all! So be prepared, KRISIUN's Satanic death metal machine gun fire is on the attack!" Century Media will release "Bloodshed" in the U.S. on February 8, 2005 and afterwards the band is planning to tour the U.S. extensively.
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