October 7, 2022

Krisiun – Mortem Solis review

Published by: Century Media

Release date: July 29e 2022

Genre: Death Metal

Line up:

Alex Camargo, Bass/Vocals,

Moyses Kolesne, guitar

Max Kolesne, drums,

Track List –

Sworn enemies

Serpent Messiah

swords in the flesh

necronomic

Tomb of the Unnameable

Dawn Sun Carnage

Slaughterhouse Temple

War Blood Hammer

As the angels burn

worm god

Death of the Sun (bonus)

The three brothers who make up Krisiun return with their 12e album that was stripped to the core. The trio decided that less is more, so they opted for a real death metal sound and approach.

The brutality starts immediately on a 1-2-3 with ‘Sworn Enemies’, ‘Serpent Messiah’ and ‘Swords Into Flesh’ giving you an auditory thrashing, it’s not until ‘Necronomical’ that the band calms down but they give you some Slayer-esque malevolence which is pretty scary. After that, it’s an onslaught of crushingly brutal death metal with various time changes and a multitude of riffs. Guitarist Moyses must be playing with razor strings because the guitars literally cut through your face while Alex and Max put you through some of the biggest beats and how they keep the beat going is beyond me.

I’ve read reviews that said it’s just a standard DM. NOPE! Krisiun was tired of the posers, so they brought everything back to square one with a rough, easier process. By cutting the fat, they came back lean, nasty and hungry. Ignore the naysayers, this is the real deal.

Rating 8/10

Reviewed By: Smudge

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