KRYOBURN Debut Set For U.S. Release

Candlelight Records, in co-operation with Continental Entertainment, has confirmed April 5 as the U.S. release date for "Enigmatic Existence", the debut album from Carlsbad, New Mexico's KRYOBURN.

Together for past three years this metallic four-piece have braved their way from sea to sea, making stops and friends along the way. It was during a performance in El Paso that the band would would make introduction and impress Eddy Garcia of PISSING RAZORS fame. Numbers exchanged and months later, the five men would regroup to lay down sounds that would ultimately become "Enigmatic Existence" — the blistering debut album from a band that won't stay small much longer.

Featuring Les and Chris Huber, Todd Brashear and Derrick Richards, KRYOBURN are expected to hit the road shortly after the album's release. Confirmed track listing for "Enigmatic Existence" is:

01. Transience
02. Singularity
03. Atman Project
04. Break Away
05. Against My Evil
06. Beneath Desire
07. De Animation
08. Self Dead
09. Leech
10. To Pieces


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