KRISIUN To Release New Album Next Summer

Brazilian death metallers KRISIUN have issued the following update:

"KRISIUN just finished the seventh leg of the AssassiNation world tour in one year and ten months the band did over 250 shows in 25 countries around the world spreading the most vicious and brutal death metal.

"KRISIUN would like to thank all the crazy motherfuckers which showed up at the shows and also all the promoters which made it possible. Also thank all the bands which toured together on these tours.

"The band still will do a few shows in South America. After this the band will start working on the new record schedule for release in the summer 2008."

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Upcoming KRISIUN shows:

Nov. 24 - Curitiba, Brazil - Opera 1
Dec. 07 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - El Teatro (with BRUJERIA)
Dec. 09 - Porto Alegre, Brazil - Bar OpiniĆ£o

Watch fan-filmed video footage of KRISIUN performing on October 6, 2007 in Zabrze, Poland:


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