CENTINEX To Re-Release Back Catalog

Sweden's CENTINEX spent a day at Black Lounge Studios in early December editing and digitally mastering their back catalog, planned for re-release by Candlelight Records in 2003. Each CD will include bonus material previously unavailable and new artwork. Of special interest are the band's remakes of KREATOR's "Ripping Corpse" and DEATH's "Mutilation", the latter of which is being dedicated to the memory of the late Chuck Schuldiner.

The complete listing of the bonus tracks set to be included with the upcoming reissues is as follows:

"Hellbrigade" CD:
01. Apocalyptic Armageddon
02. Seeds Of Evil
03. Everlasting Bloodshed

"Bloodhunt + Reborn Through Flames" CD:
01. Shadowland
02. Eternal Lies

"Malleus Maleficarum" CD:
01. Only Slices Remains
02. Torn Within
03. Mutilation (DEATH cover)
04. Ripping Corpse (KREATOR cover)

CENTINEX's next, as-yet-untitled studio album will be recorded in May 2003 for a fall release.

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