Cirrhosis was founded in 1988 by none other than Wagner Antichrist (Sarc?fago). Their purpose was to approach Death Metal in a brutal yet technical way. It turned out that Antichrist soon left to return to Sarc?fago, but the band carried on. Cirrhosis stabilized its line-up with Juarez (bass), Luiz Fernando (vocal), Rodrigo and Marlon (guitars), and Fernando (drums). This team signed with Cogumelo Records, which released a split-album with Loucyfer dubbed Alcohol Rules. The band toured extensively, and soon received international recognition. Unfortunately, in 1993, the band split due to internal differences. Like a relapsing cancer Chirrosis resurrected in 2001 with a new line-up: Juarez (vocal/bass), Fernando (drums), Marcos and Henrique (guitars/backing vocals). Shortly after the first rehearsals they managed to sign once again with Cogumelo for the release of a new studio album.
Alcoholic Death Noise, produced by Geraldo Minelli (Sarc?fago), is a knock out! Stabbing guitar riffs, morbid rhythm guitars, and insane jackhammer drumming. The album's themes are diverse: misery and starvation, dying children; bizarre sex, and drunken life as the true reality of life's dark side. In short, Alcoholic Death Noise shows the crudeness of Brazilian Death Metal as a reflection of a rotten and corrupted society. The band's version to Sarc?fago's Midnight Queen pays a masterful tribute to the origins of this formidable band. Drinks from Hell, released in 2009, continues Cirrhosis_ tradition of the purest old school Death Metal, their trademark since the beginning. So, soak your liver in rubbing alcohol and embark on this journey to a slow and painful death!