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KRISIUN’s “Southern Storm” dawns upon us and is destined to set ablaze the entire extreme metal scene with untamed fury and deadly precision! Integrity, brutality, and an undying fervour for the uncompromising and unrelenting art of pure f**king death metal is what has kept the Brazilian three-piece going for more than 15 years! With their seventh studio album, ... Read more in Amazon's Krisiun Store

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  • Audio CD (1 Dec 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B001H0SFS6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 373,043 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Perpetuation
2. Dawn Of Flagellation
3. Ageless Venomous
4. Evil Gods Havoc
5. Eyes Of Eternal Scourge
6. Saviours Blood
7. Serpents Specters
8. Ravenous Hordes
9. Diableros
10. Sepulchral Oath
11. Dawn Of Flagellation (live) (taken from Live Armageddon)
12. Ageless Venomous (live) (taken from Live Armegeddon)
13. Human Dissection (taken from Covering)
14. Hateful Nature (taken from Bloodshed)
15. Visions Beyond (taken from Bloodshed)
16. Voodoo (taken from Bloodshed)
17. Outro / MMIV (taken from Bloodshed)
18. Years Of Extremes

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nelson Cravo on 21 Sep 2002
Format: Audio CD
Krisiun is the kind of band you either love or hate. Their kind of death metal shows no mercy and rarely causes indifference. This album is no exception, they blast beat their way through 10 tracks that include two instrumentals "Serpent's Spectars" (an acoustic guitar foray into flamengo?) and "Diableros". Tracks like "Dawn of Flagellation" and "Evil Gods Havoc" are some of the best songs they've written so far.
The sound production is crystal clear, everything sounds great and the vocals are brutal as usual. The only downside to this album, or any Krisiun album for that matter, is the unrelentless and arguably unimaginative drumming, blast beats from the minute you pop in the album to the minute it stops(the only respite being the acoustic interlude), but then it's also one of their trademarks.
Well, if you're a Krisiun fan or are fans of bands like Angelcorpse or Morbid Angel then definitely buy this album you won't be disappointed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
wowzers! brazilian death metal! 20 Sep 2003
By shimmlez dimmlez fimmlez - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you are looking to get into this INCREDIBLE brazilian death metal band well then, look elsewhere! hehehe...although this is my favorite krisiun album I don't think it is their most accesible mostly because the way the drums are mixed, they are just mixed kind of weird on the album but it sounds pretty sweet anyway, well yeah this is an INCREDIBLE album though and it features my favorite krisiun song saviours blood! so yeah get conquerers of armagedon and then get this.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This time around not just SPEED but TECHNICALITY!!!!! 9 Nov 2001
By Carlos - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I don't even know where to begin, this band continues to blow my mind,Krisiun never ever lets up, the intensity they put forth on this album is so extreme its mind blowing. Let me start by saying that Ageless Venemous introduces us to a new more mature Krisiun, by mature I don't mean that they have become less aggressive as that term usually insinuates. What we have here is a band that has kept their trademark sound (which is insane speed all the time) and added a lot of technicality to their already insane sound. Where as some bands who after 3 or 4 albums either water down their sound, or change their sound completly usually as a result of lack of creativity, Krisiun will not have any of that. Continuing where they left off with Conquerers of Armaggedon, Krisiun have added some truly twisted riffs to their already very impressive arsenal from the first track "Perpertuation" (One of the best opening tracks ever!!!!)to the last "Sepulchral Oath" Krisiun takes you on journey( very fast journey) that will leave your jaw gaping. A must have for any fan of Metal, this is the album of 2001. All Hail Krisiun!!!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
clickety clack 18 Aug 2004
By Dimension - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The reason why the drums sound so f'd-up is that they are triggered and mixed horribly. In an attempt to gain clarity on what is truly exceptional speed, they tried to avoid a muddy result (see Morbid Angel's "Covenant" album). Yet, I can't help but feel that this album is so overproduced that they have lost the intensity. "Conquerers of Armageddon" was equally as fast -- still triggered -- but not overdone; a far superior and more intense album. All in all, though, the songwriting has improved and many of the songs are simply mindcrushing. It's too bad that the great musicianship is ruined by the rat-a-tat-tat of the drums.
Faster, Stronger, but better? 3 July 2007
By Björn Everfrost - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Ageless Venoms, Krisiuns post-Conquerors album. You see, Krisiun tried the classic Slayer tactic of trying to outdo themselves in every album. But does it work here? Not really. Sure, its faster then Conquerors was, it has more memorable songs then Conquerors had, but is it better? On some parts, yes. The Legion worship is still prevalent, and the blast beats and double bass are definately insane. Alex's vocals are alot more deadly and forceful, while Moyses's solos can cut flesh into ribbons. But still, its missing something Conquerors had; addictiveness. Sure, its good as a quick fill of death metal, but prolonged listens can get a tad predictable.

But still, like it or hate it, Krisiun are atop of the current death metal herd, behind only the gods Immolation, Suffocation, and Dismember.

4/5
Venomous Death Metal from Brazil. 6 May 2006
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This was my intro to Krisiun. And what an introduction. Double bass the speed up there near Pete Sandoval land (drummer for Morbid Angel), killer riffs that could cutt through steel, and brutal vocals in the tradition of Glen Benton from Deicide. There's not one track on here that didn't shred the skin from my body. The sound production on this? I've heard some say the bass drums sounded like they were hitting leather or something like that ... I thought it was a different sound, but a heavy one that I liked. Get all of Krisiun in your CD rack: they never fail to deliver the goods.

SpacegrassMan.
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