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CRUCIFIX
CRUCIFIX
Legions Of Death
(self-financed)
11:49min

CRUCIFIX, as a gathering of talent musicians, has existed since 1993. As a band that releases music from time to time, they've only been in business since 1996, and only then with demos. Not until 2008 did the band finally release a full-length album of material. Not missing a step, CRUCIFIX has most recently recorded a three song demo, one would hope to whet our appetites before the next album. There's every reason to like this band: crushing riffs, enjoyably placed blast-beats, and well-executed melodies. Rather like a melodic KRISIUN, CRUCIFIX is a storm of chaos, but controlled chaos, so the listener knows what the heck is going on. Exercising such control over the direction of one's songs is a sure sign that the band who wrote those songs is going to go places. www.crucifix666.com, www.myspace.com/crucifix666

Nathan Shapiro

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