CENTINEX: New Album Details Revealed
Sweden's CENTINEX are scheduled to enter Black Lounge studio today (March 4) to begin recording their new album, "World Declension", tentatively due this fall through Cold/Regain Records in Europe and Candlelight Records USA in North America. The follow-up to 2004's "Decadence - Prophecies of Cosmic Chaos" will include eight tracks divided into two chapters. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "As Legions Come", "Purgatorial Overdrive", "Flesh Is Fragile", "Sworn" and "Victorious Dawn Rising".
CENTINEX's last album, "Decadence - Prophecies of Cosmic Chaos", was recorded and mixed at Black Lounge Studios and contains nine tracks, including an instrumental piece written and performed by Peter Pettersson from Swedish goth/industrial act ARCANA. The artwork for the album was conceived by Per Gustafson (CULT OF LUNA), while the layout was, once again, handled by Timo "The Eyeless" Ketola.
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