Century Complete Recording of Debut Full-Length Album
Century have issued an update on the completion of recording their debut full-length among other things:
"Our debut full-length, "Faith and Failure," is finally complete and in the mastering process. With 10 tracks total (including new versions of 3 songs from our original "demo" EP), the release will include enhanced features comprised of the "Obsolescence" music video, exclusive live tracks, desktop wallpaper, screensaver and more. The record also features a guest appearance by the amazing Chad Taylor from Live and a collaboration with the infamous DJ Kynz of Washington, DC experimental/electronic group Boboroshi and Kynz. The official release date for "Faith and Failure" is set for February 7, 2006 through Tribunal Records, to be followed shortly after with a release party at Century Studio, our recording and rehearsal facility."
"We're hitting the road for 2 weeks in January with friends Time Of Cholera (Danceface Records) and Ligeia (Ferret Music). Initial dates are up in the TOUR section of our website: http://www.faithandfailure.com. This run will be an amazing time so be sure to make it out to these shows. Additionally, we'll be playing our first home town show in 3 months on December 16 at the Chameleon Club with Zao, Seven Revolutions, Lucy and more. For cheaper advance tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will not want to miss this show and tickets are limited so get on it. Lastly, we will be launching a new website before the new year. The new site will be huge, with a ton of new features. Many new and exciting announcements to come."
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