CENTINEX Recruit Permament Guitarist, Ink Management Deal

CENTINEX guitarist Johan Ahlberg, who held a session position in the group for several months, has now become a permanent member of the band. In other news, CENTINEX have signed a management deal with Dreamtide Music, a new Swedish management and booking agency, and they hope to book a small East European tour for late July/early August. Exact dates and venues will be announced soon. CENTINEX have also been confirmed for the following two summer festivals:

Jun. 28-29 - Smash Festival - Ustronie Morskie, POL
Jul. 26-27 - Open Hell Festival - Volyne, CZ

CENTINEX's most recent studio album, entitled Diabolical Desolation, has received overwhelmingly positive reviews in Europe, where it's been out for a couple of months. The album's US release date is currently scheduled for April 30th.


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