WORLD BELOW, the new band featuring CARNAL FORGE/CENTINEX guitarist Jonas Kjellgren, ex-SIDEBURNERS bassist/vocalist Mikael Danielsson, and CENTINEX drummer Ronnie Bergerståhl, will play their first shows ever as the support band for CENTINEX (with Jonas and Ronnie doing double duty). The dates are as follows:

Jun. 02 – Hannover, GER - Labor
Jun. 04 - Stavenhagen, GER - Bands Battle Festival

WORLD BELOW recently inked a deal with Austria's Psychedoomelic Records. The group, who were previously signed to Doom Symphony Records (a division of Italy's Underground Symphony), entered Jonas' Black Lounge studios in January to record their sophomore album, entitled "Maelstroem". "The album is almost ready, we are currently just doing some minor changes in the mastering process," the band write on their web site.

WORLD BELOW's debut CD, "Sacrifices to the Moon", was recorded in 2002 and released last August through Doom Symphony. The group's music is being described as a mixture of "CANDLEMASS and early BLACK SABBATH."


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