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Album Review

With their fourth album, Brazil's Krisiun offers up more of their patented high-speed death metal brutality. The insanely fast drumming, technically demanding guitar riffs, and meltdown-evoking solos are still in full force, and if anything, the band has even managed to up the overall extremity level with this album, at least in terms of their playing. Especially notable are the two instrumentals, "Serpents Spectres," with its demonically possessed neo-classical-meets-death metal guitar shredding, and "Diableros," a brief acoustic guitar/percussion piece that literally sounds like a flamenco traditional played at 78 rpm. However, despite the faultless performances, the polished, sterile sound quality keeps this album from being all that it could have been. The bass drum tone is specifically problematic: It's brittle and artificial-sounding, almost like a drum machine. Considering that the bass drums are constantly in action, this seemingly minor flaw becomes heavily magnified over the course of the album. Krisiun's music is savage and aggressive, but Ageless Venemous comes across as tame relative to their other work. More timid listeners might find this CD to be a good introduction to the band, but those seeking the real deal should start with their previous album, Conquerors of Armageddon.

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Krisiun are exactly what Sepultura should have been, except the Cavalera brothers decided to change their phenomenal death/thrash metal style to spread their music to wider audiences. Thankfully, Krisiun are a band made up of three brothers who never dissapoint on any of their great albums. This album stands out in the fact that the drums sound very organic, yet they are very tight and well played. I am sure this band will remain a brutal death/thrash metal act until they call it quits. That is a very good thing, and I'm sure many metalheads like myself will be filled with joy. Unlike Sepultura who started out in the right direction but somehow decided that changing their style would be the best choice (and like good old In Flames, they were completely wrong haha). KEEP DEATH METAL ALIVE AND SUPPORT SUPERB BANDS LIKE KRISIUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Formed: Brazil

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed at the outset of the '90s, Brazilian death metal band Krisiun featured guitarist Moyses Kolesne, his brother Max Kolesne on drums, and bassist/vocalist Alex Camargo. Employing a vicious, straight-ahead death metal style, the group recorded two demos (1991's Evil Age and 1992's Curse of the Evil One) and self-released a mini-album titled Unmerciful Order in 1993, thus building an underground audience. Signing to the small Brazilian label Dynamo, the group issued its proper debut album Black...
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