The band was founded in February 2008 under the name Crysys by drummer Javi Carrión and bassist Marc Torras. Shortly afterwards the guitarists Marc Busqué and Albert Requena joined them. At the first concert in the band's history, the actual singer could not attend the concert, so Julián Baz took the position of singer. After the band won the national Martohell Metal Rumble contest in 2008, the group recorded the single Dead by the Fistful of Violence in Akord's Studio in the summer of 2008, which was included on the Xtreem Music compilation Spain Kills. In December, Internal Pollution and Mummified by Society, two more songs were recorded in Akord's studio. The demo Demonsthrashion was created from the three songs so that the band can take part in the W: O: A Metal Battle Spain 2009. After winning this, the group went to Germany for the final in summer 2009, which they also won. As a result, the band reached a contract with Wacken Records, with the debut album The Menace being recorded at Stage One Studio. In early 2010 work on The Menace began together with Waldemar Sorychta (Sodom, Lacuna Coil, Moonspell, Tristania, Samael). A few weeks later, Wacken Records announced to the band that the label could no longer support them, so in November 2010 the recordings in the Axtudios. Two months after the end of the recordings, the band returned to Germany in February, where the album was mixed and mastered by Andy Classen in Stage One Studio. A few months before the album was released, the band received a complaint from Sony that there was already a video game of the same name, so the group changed their name to Crisix. In February 2011, the band reached a contract with Kaiowas Records, about which the debut album The Menace was released in September. This was followed by the albums Rise ... To Rest (2013), From Blue To Black (2016), Against The Oods (2018) and American Trash (2019)

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