Swedish old-school death metal act Centinex is going to release a new album titled “Doomsday Rituals” on July 8th via Agonia Records. Along with the street date, the band has revealed the first new song – “Exist to Feed” – which is available for streaming in the player below.
Centinex originated in 1990 as a riff-oriented part of the classic Swedish death metal movement and disbanded in 2005 after releasing eighth full-length albums. In 2014, the band surprisingly resurfaced with a refreshed line-up of Martin Schulman (Demonical) on bass, Sverker Widgren (Demonical, Diabolical) on guitars, Alexander Högbom (October Tide, Spasmodic) on vocals and Kennet Englund (Interment, Centinex 1999-2003) on drums. Year 2014 also saw the release of the comeback record, “Redeeming Filth.”
The band doesn’t want the fans to be kept waiting another near-decade for a new album. Titled “Doomsday Rituals”, the record is a natural follow-up to “Redeeming Filth”. Martin Schulman (bass) commented: “Heavy riffing, deep brutal vocals, everything from slow via mid-tempo to faster stuff, a perfect mix of the early 90’s Florida and Stockholm sound”.
“Doomsday Rituals” was recorded at Wing Studios with Sverker Widgren (Centinex, Demonical, Diabolical) behind the knobs. The cover artwork was made by Bahrull Marta of Abomination Imagery.
The track list for the album is:
1. Flesh Passion
2. From Intact to Broken
3. Dismemberment Supreme
4. Generation of Flies
5. The Shameful Few
7. Exist to Feed
8. Death Decay Murder
9. Sentenced to Suffer
Check out “Exist to Feed” here: