Swedish death metal band CENTINEX has reformed after a nearly eight-year-long hiatus.
Led by bassist and founding member Martin Schulman, CENTINEX is currently working on a new album and has announced a "comeback" show, set to take place in September at the Kill Town Death Fest in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Comments Schulman: "After a few years in the making, it is now time for the rebirth of CENTINEX.
"Without interfering or affecting any of the other musical tasks we all have individually and collectively, we can't put aside the fact that a new CENTINEX album is something we want to do and something that has to be done.
"Picking up the spirit from the band's 1992 debut album and by doing a deadly travel from Stockholm to Florida around the same period — including a digression to the Ruhr area a few years earlier — we have our path and direction ready to be explored."
The new CENTINEX album will be recorded during the spring for a late summer release through an as-yet-undetermined label.
CENTINEX 2014 is:
Alexander Högbom (OCTOBER TIDE, SPASMODIC) - Vocals
Sverker Widgren (DEMONICAL, DIABOLICAL) - Guitar
Martin Schulman (DEMONICAL, founding member of CENTINEX) - Bass
Kennet Englund - (INTERMENT, CENTINEX 1999-2003) - Drums
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