CENTINEX: North American Release Date For 'World Declension' Announced

Candlelight Records USA has set an August 23 North American release date for the new album from Sweden's CENTINEX, entitled "World Declension". The CD will be released in Europe on June 27 via Cold/Regain Records.

The follow-up to 2004's "Decadence - Prophecies of Cosmic Chaos", "World Declension" was recorded at Black Lounge studios and will be released in North America via Candlelight Records USA.

"World Declension" track listing:

Chapter I - "Visions Of Armageddon"

01. Victorious Dawn Rising
02. Purgatorial Overdrive
03. The Destroyer
04. As Legions Come
05. Sworn

Chapter II - "Earth Inferno"

06. Synthetic Sin Zero
07. Flesh Is Fragile
08. Wretched Cut
09. Deconstruction Macabre

According to a posting on the group's web site, "This is the most well-written CENTINEX album by far with everything from share brutality and speed to calmer melodic parts. Also the production turned out better than anyone could have ever imaginated. So you have been warned..."


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