The official lyric video for the song "A Thousand Graves" from Brazilian death metallers KRISIUN, can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's eleventh studio opus, "Scourge Of The Enthroned", which will be released on September 7 via Century Media Records. The disc was recorded at Stage One Studio (BELPHEGOR, LEGION OF THE DAMNED) in Germany with producer Andy Classen, who previously worked with the band on "Conquerors Of Armageddon", "Southern Storm" and "The Great Execution" releases. The cover artwork was created by Eliran Kantor (TESTAMENT, HATE ETERNAL, INCANTATION).
"Scourge Of The Enthroned" track listing:
01. Scourge Of The Enthroned 02. Demonic III 03. Devouring Faith 04. Slay The Prophet 05. A Thousand Graves 06. Electricide 07. Abysmal Misery (Foretold Destiny) 08. Whirlwind Of Immortality
KRISIUN will tour North America with SUFFOCATION, CATTLE DECAPITATION and SOREPTION as part of the "Farewell Frank Tour: Death Chopping North America 2018".
Active since 1990, KRISIUN is one of the most ferocious death metal bands in history and belong to the most successful metal acts to have ever emerged from Brazil.
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