CENTURY Launches 'Black Ocean' Interactive Web Site

Pennsylvania's CENTURY has launched the band's interactive website to coincide with the release of the band's Prosthetic Records debut, "Black Ocean", at www.blackoceanalbum.com, featuring downloadable content, band history, news, tour dates, a chance to solve an interactive cipher puzzle for an exclusive, as-yet unreleased track, and behind the scenes footage and videos from both "Black Ocean" and CENTURY's previous effort, "Faith And Failure". Also included is the video clip for the record's title track, "Black Ocean", which can be seen below.

The "Black Ocean" video saw its television debut on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" earlier in April. Recorded and produced by CENTURY frontman Carson Slovak, the clip was co-written along with the band by J. Sifl, the enigmatic mastermind behind SifBlog. Mastered by Kim Rosen of West West Side Music, "Black Ocean" is two years in the making, following "Faith And Failure", which saw a 2006 release through Tribunal Records.


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