Centinex

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Centinex
Origin Sweden
Genres Death metal, melodic death metal
Years active 1990–2006
2014–present
Labels Candlelight
Cold Records
Repulse Records
Associated acts Grave
Dismember
Website www.centinex.org
Members Johan Ahlberg
Ronnie Bergerstahl
Johan Jansson
Jonas Kjellgren
Martin Schulman

Centinex is a Swedish death metal band formed in 1990.[1] They disbanded on April 12, 2006. They were scheduled to perform their final concert at an already booked show in Eskilstuna, Sweden, on May 13, 2006, but later cancelled. Some of the members went on to form death metal band Demonical. As of January 2014, Centinex has reformed.[2]

Band members[edit]

Current line-up[edit]

  • Martin Schulman - bass
  • Kennet Englund - drums
  • Sverker Widgren - guitar
  • Alexander Högbom - vocals

Former members[edit]

  • Erik Håkansson- vocals (1992)
  • Mattias Lamppu - vocals (1990–1998)
  • Johan Jansson - vocals (1998-2006)
  • Lasse Eriksson - vocals
  • Andreas Evaldsson - guitar (1990–1998)
  • Kenneth Wiklund - guitar (1997–2001)
  • Jonas Kjellgren - guitar (1998-2006)
  • Daniel Fägnefors - guitar (1993)
  • Joakim Gustavsson - drums (1992–1993)
  • Kennet Englund - drums (2000–2003) (Uncanny)
  • Ronnie Bergerståhl - drums (2003-2006)
  • Fred Estby - drums (Dismember, Carnage, Terra Firma)

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Subconscious Lobotomy (1992)
  • Malleus Maleficarum (1996)
  • Reflections (1997)
  • Reborn Through Flames (1998)
  • Hellbrigade (2000)
  • Diabolical Desolation (2002)
  • Decadence - Prophecies of Cosmic Chaos (2004)
  • World Declension (2005)

Demos, singles and EPs[edit]

  • End of Life (demo, 1991)
  • Under the Blackened Sky (demo, 1993)
  • Transcend the Dark Chaos (EP, 1994)
  • Sorrow of the Burning Wasteland/Diabolical Ceremonies (split, 1995)
  • Shadowland (single, 1998)
  • Bloodhunt (EP, 1999)
  • Apocalyptic Armageddon (single, 2001)
  • Hail Germania (split, 2003)
  • Deathlike Recollections (single, 2003)
  • Live Devastation (EP, 2004)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Centinex on Encyclopaedia Metallum
  2. ^ "Resurrected Centinex Working On New Album". Blabbermouth.net. 2014-01-30. Retrieved 2014-01-31. 

2. - Interview in Morgzine(Ukraine) 2000, Russian language

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