KRISIUN To Enter Studio This Week
Brazilian death metallers KRISIUN will enter Stage One Studios in Germany on March 18 to begin recording their new album for a summer release via Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2006's "AssassiNation" is will be produced over a four-week period by Andy Classen, who has also worked with such bands as TANKARD, ROTTING CHRIST and DEW-SCENTED.
In other news, KRISIUN has signed a personal management agreement with Strictly Heavy Management, owned and operated by veteran personal manager Theresa C. Mullins-Aldao.
Gino Alache of RockumRadio.com conducted an interview with KRISIUN drummer Max Kolesne on December 4, 2007. Download the chat as an MP3 audio file at this location.
KRISIUN recently completed the seventh leg of the band's AssassiNation world tour. In just under two years the group played over 250 shows in 25 countries in support its latest CD.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of KRISIUN performing on October 6, 2007 in Zabrze, Poland:
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