From: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Last Known Status: Active
Abriosis was formed in the winter of 2007, quickly carving out a sound uniquely their own by mixing elements from whatever extreme music genres they saw fit. Starting with just vocalist, Chris Mathis, and guitarist, Taylor Lipton, Abriosis immediately began searching for a proficient drummer and a bassist who were not willing to compromise on anything less than exactly what the band was looking for.
In July of that same year, they began recording an EP set for release in early 2008,
featuring the four tracks "Memoirs of a Traitor," "Architecture of an Anomaly," "Bottom Feeder" and "They Came like Wolves."
In October of 2007, Abriosis aquired bassist Dan Maidana and continued rehearsing and tightening up songs to prepare for their next studio endevour.
Latest Abriosis News
Below is our complete Abriosis news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Vancouver-based death metallers Abriosis have followed up the February 1st release of their new (and free) EP "Vessel" with a video cover of the classic Cannibal Corpse track, "Fucked With A Knife." Check out the clip below.
"'Fucked With a Knife' is such an iconic Cannibal Corpse song, we thought it'd be cool to put our own spin on it, not to mention throwing a bit of a twist in there by using a female voice to tell this sordid tale," comments Abriosis vocalist Alxs Ness.
The band's third release overall, "Vessel" marks the first Abriosis recording to feature new vocalist Alxs Ness (ex-Without Mercy). More...
Today marks the release of the next chapter in Canadian brutality and innovation from Vancouver's progressive death metal quartet, Abriosis.
You can now download "Vessel," entirely free, via the band's official website here. A limited run of CDs are also for sale through the band's online store. The following press release was issued about the album:
"Vessel merges disorienting waves of sonic violence with an ever-present thunderous pulse. Though short and sweet, this EP hits hard; representing the latest evolution in the band’s signature progressive death metal sound. The band's third release overall, Vessel marks the first Abriosis recording to feature new vocalist Alxs Ness (ex-Without Mercy). Ness' YouTube channel has attracted over one million views split between her death metal vocal covers and vocal technique/advice videos."
"Vessel is what we've been striving towards for years," comments guitarist Taylor Lipton. "We feel it truly defines the sound of Abriosis, and foreshadows our future endeavours."
Abriosis has just released the first new track of refined aggressive dissonance from upcoming EP, "Vessel." The "Crypsis" track is available for streaming in the player below or free download via SoundCloud here.
Abriosis comments: "Crypsis, the opening track on Vessel, gets 2 thumbs up for being Fast and Furious, says Vin Diesel."
As a follow-up to the 2011 full-length album "Tattered and Bound," Vancouver death metal band Abriosis will release the "Vessel" EP on February 1st, 2013. According to a press release, the EP "merges disorienting waves of sonic violence with an ever-present thunderous pulse. Though short and sweet, this EP hits hard; representing the latest evolution in the band’s signature progressive death metal sound."
"Vessel" marks the first Abriosis recording to feature the band's new vocalist, Alxs Ness (ex-Without Mercy). In keeping with tradition, the band plans to release the digital version of the EP entirely for free via the Abriosis website. More...
The Riffs Not Riots show was an effort by the Vancouver metal community to showcase local talent while emphasizing that while we love our violent music, we don’t condone violence in our streets. The show was a way of protesting against the riot that devastated Vancouver shortly after the Canucks’ loss against the Boston Bruins in game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
The MetalUnderground.com-sponsored event took place on July 13th, 2011, at the Fortune Sound Club, strangely located in the heart of Chinatown. Proceeds went to Canucks for Kids Fund, a nonprofit charity run by the Vancouver Canucks NHL organization. The crowd was a mixed group, ranging from hipsters to an old guy in a fishing cap (he had to be at least 60 or 70) who rocked out until closing. Somehow, the anti-riot theme of the show toned down the moshing as most of the audience just stood and soaked up the tunes. More...
Metalunderground.com is thrilled to announce that we will be taking part as a sponsor in an upcoming charity event dubbed "Riffs Not Riots" on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 in Vancouver, Canada.
Metalunderground.com is joining forces alongside Etnies, Cariboo Brewing, Emerica, Abort Magazine, The Invisible Orange, 99.3 The Fox, Scratch Records and many others to bring "Riffs Not Riots" to the people in an effort to support the victims of the recent riot that took place in Vancouver. The proceeds from the event will go directly to the Canucks For Kids Fund - a nonprofit charity run by the Vancouver Canucks NHL organization.
On the evening of June 15, 2011 a riot broke out in the city of Vancouver following the team's loss in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Boston Bruins. The riot and following looting impacted over 60 Vancouver businesses which suffered millions of dollars in damages and losses. Many courageous and innocent civilians also came under attack from the roaming mobs for taking a stand against the rioters and defending the city in which they live and love. These citizens placed themselves in front of shop windows and others left vulnerable to protect those who could not protect themselves. It is these people that "Riffs Not Riots" aims to thank and appreciate. More...
Vancouver's Abriosis has posted a new video of the song "Scarlet Rapture," which will be featured in the band's upcoming full-length album. Check the video out below.
Abriosis guitarist Taylor Lipton has checked in with a new update:
"Hey just posted a batch of new group photos including our new Vocalist Kris, and not as new Bass player Ryan. We are working together great, chipping away at the completion of our upcoming album. Can't wait to play live again but here's a link to the myspace photos if you feel like taking a look: Abriosis New Line-Up 2010"
Vancouver's Abriosis checked in with the following update:
"Hey well a lot has happened since the last post, we've played a couple shows out here in Vancouver and it feels awesome cant wait to hit the road. Some upcoming confirmed dates are on the main page, we're also going to begin planning a tour through the U.S. with Italian grinders PSYCHOPHAGIST. We're going to try and book 23 dates with psychophagist linkin' up with us from monday May 11th to Sunday May 23rd. We have released our e.p. If your in vancouver you can get it Scrape Records or Left Hand Path Tattoo they also have our shirts. We're gettin some new ones printed as well, there going to look pretty bad ass should hopefully have em before our small western Canadian tour. Thats about all i can think of now but thanks to everyone whos been helping us out along the way!"
Abriosis will be heading out on tour this fall. Upcoming tour dates are as follows:
Sept. 20 Victoria, BC - TBA
Sept. 21 TBA
Sept. 23 Kamloops, BC - Dirty Jerseys
Sept. 24 Lethbridge, AB - TBA
Sept. 25 Red Deer, AB - Cheers North
Sept. 26 Calgary, AB - Verns
Oct. 11 Vancouver, BC - The Red Room
Oct. 25 Aldergrove, BC - Super Fun Party Halloween Extravaganza
Nov. 15 Vancouver, BC - The Cobalt
For more on Abriosis, visit their MySpace page.
Abriosis has issued the following update:
"we're going to the studio sunday to do one possibly two new songs, the song 'bottom feeder' has been made available for download as well. After much consideration we have decided to just record a full length album instead of releasing an ep. If you want the four songs we have completed send us a message and we can send you a burned copy or email our songs to you, cheers-Abriosis"
Check out Abriosis at www.myspace.com/abriosis.
Vancouver's Abriosis have posted a new song called "They Came Like Wolves" on their MySpace. The track will be available on their forthcoming EP. Check it out at www.myspace.com/abriosis.