Brazilian death metalers KRISIUN triumphantly return with their newest monument of brutality, "The Great Execution", set for release on November 1st in North America and October 31st in Europe!

"The Great Execution" is the band's 8th studio album and musically expands KRISIUN's trademark high speed death metal violence with a heavily increased amount of diversity, ranging from extreme tempo variations over distinct rhythm patterns to clean guitars----and even Flamenco parts!

KRISIUN only used analog gear and instruments while recording this album to avoid the compressed sound that so many musicians produce today. This wise decision resulted in a more organic sound, with the songs on "The Great Execution" possessing both a warmth and a rawness that is so often lost through digital production. The low end is deeper, with drums that pound instead of bounce and guitar tones that sear rather than hiss.

"With our new record we managed to capture the sound and the vibe that we were always looking for," adds vocalist/bassist Alex Camargo. Going back to Stage One Studio in Germany and working with Andy Classen again was the right choice. The album came out with a very distinctive and natural sound, shattering the boundaries of the style once more.

The cover artwork was created by Japanese artist Toshihiro Egawa, who previously designed artwork for acts like SUICIDE SILENCE, HEAVEN SHALL BURN, DEVOURMENT, DYING FETUS, among many others.

"The Great Execution" will be available as a limited edition digipak, including a re-recorded version of the classic KRISIUN song "Black Force Domain" as a bonus track, plus as a180g gatefold vinyl and as a digital download.

A Vision Grotesque

1995: Steve, Jeremy, and Joseph start jamming together.

2004: After a stretch of years of being apart Jeremy, Joseph and Steve form a band and call it Art of Dying. They record their first demo later that year.

2005: The band plays it's first show in January as a three piece
and continues to play shows consistently. Matt Thomas joins the band to take on bass guitar duties.
The band records its first CD "Homicide Utopia". Later in the year Tina Rock Vegas joins the fold on second guitar, giving the band a full lineup.

2006: The band continues to perform with a vengeance and records another demo as a 5 piece.
Due to pending legal action the band name changes to A Vision Grotesque.
In March of that year the band is featured on SERIES DVD vol. 4.

2007: Tina parts ways with the band, AVG signs with
Room Temperature Records and records their first label release album "King of the Massacre".
The band recruits former Crucible of the Damned guitarist Chuck Endsley to fill Tina's spot. "King of the Massacre" is released in May.

Since 2007 the band has released 2 albums, "Waking up to Hell" and "Metaphysical Hypnosis". Both albums were recorded and produced by Jamie King (Between the Buried and Me, Human Abstract)

In early 2011 Daniel Quinn (Beneath the Shadows) was recruited as the full time bassist to fill the spot Matt Thomas left a year earlier.

In the summer of 2011 Chuck decides to leave the band for good and Ron Dalton (Nephilim/Beneath the Shadows) was recruited to permanently fill the guitarist spot.

A Vision Grotesque has been fortunate enough to play with bands from Road Runner, Metalblade, Prosthetic, Solidstate, Life Force and Tribunal Records.

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