Krisiun have announced that they will be releasing their new album “Scourge Of The Enthroned” on September 7. The effort was recorded with producer Andy Classen at Stage One Studio in Borgentreich, Germany.
Krisiun and NervoChaos were planning on playing a show in Dhaka, Bangladesh today (May 9), but it ended up getting cancelled after both bands got detained for religious reasons. You can read statements from both bands below.
“We are hereby to manifest our big appreciation and respect for the Metalheads in Bangladesh, We know it’s not their fault the show got cancelled here today.
We are not against any religion, political view, or have any prejudice against anyone, it’s not the matter here.
We don’t want to see our big metal family worldwide fighting? against each other, The world suffer with so much problems nowadays and Metal set us free and make us strong!
We came to Bangladesh to make a concert and unfortunately the authorities decided to cancel, it’s not the promoter’s fault, it’s nobody’s fault, it’s local authorities decision to shut the show down, the Metalheads are great here in Bangladesh the concert was sold out, We deeply thank all you guys here for the enormous support, We will be back one day! Respect, together we are strong, Metal never dies!
NervoChaos‘ (translated from Portugese):
“Bangladesh, 09 may 2017
To whom it may concern,
We would like to thank the consul and your entire team, in the Brazilian Consulate in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
We had a very unpleasant experience, where we’ve been victims of a huge misunderstanding and we experience more than 10 hours of pure prejudice and misinformation.
As soon as we landed at the international airport of Hazrat Shahjala, in Dhaka, on the morning of day 09, we were approached by security officers while we were looking for the luggage. We had the passports stranded, without any kind of explanation, in an extremely conservative parents. The event was cancelled and the visas that we got in the embassy of Bangladesh in Brazil, totally unappreciated.
Thanks to the great effort and great help of the Brazilian Consul and his team at the Brazilian Consulate (in Dhaka, Bangladesh), the ambassador of Brazil, Maximilian Arienzo; and our travel agent Carla, we were released. Tomorrow we go to Japan and then to South Korea giving continuity in the tour.
Unfortunately, due to the events mentioned above, the shows in Mongolia, China, Vietnam and Malaysia are canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and hope to be back in the near future.
Krisiun have premiered a new live video for their song “Scars Of The Hatred.” This song is from the band’s latest album, Forged In Fury, which is available now.
Krisiun have revealed the title and release date for their new album. It will be called “Forged In Fury,” and it will be released on August 7.
The band had the following to say about the album:
“‘Forged In Fury’ marks our return to the studio after 3 years of constantly touring all over the globe. Things were working well as we were always satisfied with the results of the previous records, but we thought that it was time for a change. Erik Rutan was the chosen one to be the producer, at Mana Recording Studios in Florida.
This album could be described as a ‘more natural’ sounding album; the songs came out with more ambience and more low-end, making it sound even more brutal and straight-forward. It took us a lot of hard work and dedication, no fashions or tendencies were followed, this is a true relentless metal album to the bone, with a huge, natural sound.
The song writing captures all the experience and feelings we gathered thru all the years of touring and recording, it has more variation and dynamics, but is still 100% KRISIUN.
Erik has a huge participation within the whole process, especially with regards to the band’s performance. He was able to get the best out of each one of us, as we have been friends for a long time, so it was a pleasure working with him. This album was made with a lot of heart and passion for metal music. Hopefully you metal maniacs enjoy it as much as we did working it out.
See you on the road.
—Alex and Krisiun.”