KRISIUN: 'Combustion Inferno' Video Available
"Combustion Inferno", the new João Mauricio Leonel-directed video from Brazilian death metal veterans KRISIUN, can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's new album, "Southern Storm", which was released in the U.S. on August 5 via Century Media Records. The CD was once again recorded at Stage One Studios in Borgentreich, Germany with producer Andy Classen (TANKARD, ROTTING CHRIST, DEW-SCENTED), who previously worked with the group on 1999's "Conquerors Of Armageddon" and 2006's "AssassiNation". According to a press release, the album "offers everything the band's rabid fan base loves since day one: ferocious high-speed blasting, infectious double bass-driven grooves, razor-sharp riffs, devastating leads and a unique feel for combining catchiness with technicality. Tracks like the massive opener 'Slaying Steel', 'Combustion Inferno' or the band's rendition of the SEPULTURA classic 'Refuse/Resist' are nothing but crushing death metal hits!"
Commented the band: "The new album gives you KRISIUN's best — it's relentless, insane, totally brutal, with no mercy for the weak. Like a storm of steel this album will devastate and kill all the posers, trend followers, betrayers and wimps who dare to say they play metal."
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