After 20 years without performing live, Cirrosis (Aka CRS) returns to participate in the largest festival in the history of Mexican metal. Moshfest.
After the successful release of CRS`s second album The Collector Of Truths, which has received excellent reviews in the international press. Legendary Mexican Technical Death Metal band CRS returns after 20 years with a Live Session that will be broadcast as part of the #MoshFest Festival. The band’s mysterious aura makes us think it might be the last time we get to experience their brutality live. The track Asfixia
Those who witnessed CRS`s live performances in the early 90s describe them as intense, visceral and raw, without losing the musical technique that characterizes their sound. For the Live Session we know they will have the virtuoso bassist Kello Gonzalez from the Mexican band Parazit, which will surely benefit to the technical and heartbreaking sound of CRS. The track Tan Lejos de Dios (Nowhere… But Here),
MoshFest is an unprecedented festival that will bring together 100 bands from all the states of Mexico, bringing together the best of Mexican metal in a free online event that will be broadcast every weekend of September 2020.The track Kill My Name,
CRS is a Death Metal band from Sonora, Mexico, formed in 1991 under the name Cirrosis by Francisco Chucky Oroz and Sir OZ, being the only original members in the current lineup. Due to its technical capacity in which early incorporated progressive elements and melodic alone, they quickly won notoriety in the local and national underground scene. The track The Daydreamer’s Nightmare,
Cirrosis live performances were characterized by their intensity and fury, becoming soon a cult band. In this early days, songs such as Masacre Infinita and Tu última Blasfemia emerged. In 1996, Joseph Lev”joined the band and recorded their first demo The Land Of Addiction, which was distributed in a very limited way. In 1999, CRS record their first studio album Reciclando Desesperación in Spanish language, which compiles themes composed since the beginning, offering a extensive range of Death Metal styles with good quality mix and production.
Song like Fariseos, Dame Tu Muerte” y Negando Lo No Negado stand out. In 2001, CRS decided to stop because its members wished continue with their personal and professional projects. In 2014, Concreto Records reissued the album “Reciclando Desesperación” which is described as “The misfit sound that disturbed a style in Mexico that can currently teach lessons to actual modern bands. 20 years later, CRS recorded its second album titled: The Collector Of Truths. The track A Better Place To Hate,
In the vein of Morbid Angel, Carcass, Fear Factory, and Cynic, CRS prides themselves on playing music that’s both brutal and nuanced, with melodies that rise above the underlying chaos. Vocalist Sir Oz, guitarist/bassist Francisco Chucky Oroz, guitarist/bassist Joseph Lev, and drummer Tavo Ramirez were joined by two international guest musicians for this album: Kevin Talley (Dying Fetus, Suffocation, Chimaira) plays drums on A Better Place to Hate, Tan Lejos De Dios (Nowhere.. But Here), and I’m the Universe, while Linus Klausenitzer of Obscura and Alkaloid lends his bass work to The Art Of Breathing.