CRO-MAGS: 'Alpha Omega' Reissue To Include 'The Paths Of Perfection' Video

Divebomb Records has partnered with Century Media Records to reissue one of the most overlooked crossover albums ever, CRO-MAGS' "Alpha Omega".

Since the original release of "Alpha Omega" in 1992, its creative origins have been long argued amongst the band members, and with so many turbulent rumors floating about, it's no wonder this record has neither been properly understood nor — even worse — acknowledged by many CRO-MAGS fans. Divebomb Records remains unconcerned with the drama as the label feels the music created during this time in the CRO-MAGS' career is some of the band's best. Sure, such a statement could be debated for years, but the bottom line is that "Alpha Omega" is, in the label's opinion, some of the finest crossover metallic hardcore New York City has ever produced, period.

Commented the label: "We won't bore you with typical descriptions because the legacy of the CRO-MAGS certainly speaks for itself. We're confident this album warrants a rightful place in your collection — regardless of whose side of the fence you reside on — and we hope to finally bring this much-treasured classic back into the favorable light it has always deserved!"

Due on July 13, the "Alpha Omega" reissue will feature the following track listing:

01. See The Signs
02. Eyes Of Tomorrow
03. The Other Side Of Madness (Revenge)
04. Apocalypse Now
05. The Paths Of Perfection
06. Victims
07. VII
08. Kuruksetra
09. Changes
10. The Paths Of Perfection (music video)

For more information, visit www.divebombrecords.com.

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