CRIONICS: New 'NeuThrone' Release Dates Announced
Poland's CRIONICS will release its new album, "NeuThrone", on the following dates:
July 16 - Europe (Candlelight Records)
July 23 - Poland (Mystic Productions)
July 31 - USA (Candlelight Records USA)
The recording session took place at Zed Studio in Olkusz, Poland with the very talented Tomasz Zalewski, who recorded the most recent albums by THY DISEASE, TOTEM, and HORRORSCOPE, among many others. The follow-up to 2005's "Armageddon's Evolution" contains 10 compositions and one bonus track of material that the band describes as "deep and convincing!" The cover and layout art was done by Michal "Czecza" Czekaj (not Jacek Wisniewski, as was the case in the past).
"NeuThrone" track listing:
01. New Pantheon
02. Arrival 2033
05. Hell Earth
06. Humanmeat Cargo
07. Outer Empire
08. Frozen Hope
09. When The Sun Goes Out...
10. Black Warriors (bonus track) *
* re-recording of 1998 demo track
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