ormed in 1997, Crionics remained a phenomenon in Poland only but when the band launched their first CD EP, Beyond the Blazing Horizon in 2000 they landed a tour with Vader, Behemoth, and others that got the attention of the London offices of 'Candelight Records'; Human Error: Ways To Self Destruction (2002) was the result. The album met with worldwide interest that encouraged the release of Armageddon Evolution (2004) and Neuthrone (2007) featuring the mixed stylistic influences of Dimmu Borgir, Old Man's Child, Emperor, Cannibal Corpse and their own twist of sci-fi futuristic death/black metal lyrics.
A video was soon after completed for track 7 on Neu throne titled Humanmeat Cargo. The N.O.I.R. EP (2010) would be the band's swansong for they broke up less than a year later under the final line up of the only original member Yanuary (Real Name: Dariusz Stycze?; Guitars) along with Vac-V (Real Name: Wac?aw Borowiec; Keyboards), Frost / Brovar (Real Name: Rafa? Brauer; Bass), Paul (Real Name: Pawe? Jaroszewicz; Drums), Quazarre (Real Name: Przemys?aw Tomasz Olbryt; Guitars/Vocals). With the exception of Vac-V who joined in 1999, all others came in 2008 after a major member shake-up.