February 08, 2005
Swedish deathsquad CENTINEX have signed a worldwide deal with Cold Records / Regain Records. Here is a statement from the band: "After two highly acclaimed studio albums and several re-releases CENTINEX and Candlelight Records have decided to go separate ways. The reasons for this will remain unanswered from our side. CENTINEX have signed a new deal with Swedish based Cold Records, which recently became a sublabel to Regain Records (after being linked to Metal Blade Records for a few years). CENTINEX are extremely thrilled about this new deal and are really looking forward to work with such wellknown and strong partners". CENTINEX have booked Black Lounge Studios for four weeks, starting March 4th, for the recordings of "World Declension". The album will be released worldwide in June 2005. More info about the exact release date(s), license versions, tracklisting etc coming soon. The artwork and layout for the album will be done by Costin Chioreanu of Twilight 13 Design. The artwork can now be found at the CENTINEX website. "World Declension" will be released as a 8-panel digipak. CENTINEX will headline the Arcane Promotions Infernal Damnation Festival and take part in two classic German festivals: Fuck The Commerce VIII and Bands Battle.
Dutch brutal Death Metal formation ARSEBREED recently inked a deal with Neurotic Records. The band includes members from PYAEMIA, DISAVOWED and MANGLED. The first, as of yet untitled, album will be recorded somewhere in the second half of 2005, and it is aimed to be released before the end of this year. Even though this band is formed around people who all have their own other bands this band is not to be seen as just another side-project, and therefore there will definitely be shows to support their upcoming album when the time is right. More info on: www.neurotic-records.com
The first REVIOLENCE videoclip for the song ‘Zero Of Me’ is finished and was produced and directied by Claudio Tibérius, a Brazilian producer who also produced the Torture Squad and Panzer videos. The clip, which will be available for download on Reviolence’s website (www.reviolence.com.br), contains scenes from their first concert at Blackmore’s Rock Bar (August 2004).