In a sea of music that is constantly evolving, it’s a rare form to find a band that truly brings an innovative drive to the table. Krosis is one of those artists. The progressive death metal outfit has proved just that with their new album, A Memoir of Free Will. Krosis pushes themselves to create enticing music that pushes the genre to new heights. The band is preparing to unleash their new full length album A Memoir of Free Will via the legendary Unique Leader Records. February 7th marks the release of this landmark album for Krosis, and we’re here to give you our thoughts on the new album.
2020 is finally here! Now we can all focus on the incredible releases lined up for this year, and those not yet announced. Krosis is one of them! The North Carolina death metal outfit is preparing to release their newest album A Memoir of Free Will on February 7th, 2020 via the legendary Unique Leader Records! Krosis will be hitting the road in February with A Wake In Providence and God Of Nothing. You’ll definitely be hearing our take on the record soon to fully indulge yourselves into our thoughts on the next chapter of Krosis. We will say this album is packing nuclear energy. We had the honor to sit down with Daniel Cece, the man behind the kit, to discuss the upcoming record and chat about music.
Whether you want to call them deathcore, progressive metal, or something else entirely, North Carolina progressive death metal act Krosis have quite a bit going for them. Musical chops, for one, and a willingness to innovate and blur genre lines as well. Given how stale and hackneyed deathcore and technical death metal can often be, Solem Vatem is likely to be one of the better extreme metal records of 2018.
Few death metal-oriented record labels in the modern era are growing at a faster rate than Unique Leader Records. From playing host to “graduates” like Rings Of Saturn and Fallujah, to current risers like Ingested and Signs Of The Swarm, they’re certainly on the way up.
Given that many of their releases are solid quality for the genre, a new signing to the label is always worth a listen or two. That certainly applies to North Carolina progressive death metal band Krosis, whose new song “Immolation Fist” can be streamed below. FFO deathcore that is out of the narrow confines of the genre and death metal that pounds. Solem Vatem drops in March.