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New Track "When Bodies Are Deformed" Streaming From Centinex As Band Announces Comeback Release

Reformed Swedish death metal act Centinex announced that they have signed on with Agonia Records for the release of the new album "Redeeming Filth." The new track "When Bodies Are Deformed" can be heard streaming in the player below. "Redeeming Filth" marks the first album since 2005's "World Declension." The album is set for release on November 12th (EU) and December 9th (North America) via Agonia Records.

The new lineup, which reformed this past January includes new members: Sverker Widgren (Demonical/Diabolical) on guitar and Alexander Högbom (October Tide/Moondark) on vocals. In addition, former member Kennet Englund, who was with the band from 1999-2003 returns on drums.

The new album was recorded at Amplified Studios and mixed and mastered at Garageland Studios by Ronnie Björnström (Aeon) during the spring of 2014. It will be made available in: digipack CD, digital format, black vinyl and brown vinyl (handnumbered, including poster; limited to 100 copies only). Pre-orders can be made at this location.

Bassist and mastermind Martin Schulman commented: "We are thrilled to announce that Centinex have inked a deal with Agonia Records for the release of our new album. We as a band are very much looking forward to this cooperation as we feel that the label and the people behind it understands our artistic vision and what Centinex anno MMXIV is all about. Influenced and inspired by the early 90's classic Florida-scene, 'Redeeming Filth' picks up the spirit from our 1992-debut 'Subconscious Lobotomy' and leads us back to the golden days of riff-oriented death metal. The future looks soaking brutal!"

The track list for "Redeeming Filth" is:

1. When Bodies Are Deformed
2. Moist Purple Skin
3. Death Glance
4. Stone Of Choice
5. Unrestrained
6. Bloodraze
7. Without Motives
8. Rotting Below
9. Dead, Buried and Forgotten
10. Eye Sockets Empty

Check out "When Bodies Are Deformed" here:

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