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For fans of Enslaved, Opeth, Gojira, Isis, Strapping Young Lad

Bravewords Premiere CENTURIES OF DECAY’s New Video “Wings of Death”

Debut Self-Titled Album Out Now!

L to R: Rob McAllister (Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals), Anthony Zhura (Bass), Devin Doucette (Rhythm Guitar, Main Vocals), Derrick Doucette (Drums)
Photo Credit – Brendan Smyth.  www.smythphoto.com

     We live on the layers of deep time and history, strata of times past; life literally depends on centuries of decay. Now, progressive extreme metal visionaries CENTURIES OF DECAY build on the metal that has come before to create the metal of the future. Known for creating an intense powerful atmosphere and letting the metal speak for itself in their live performance, the Toronto based quintet are bringing that experience to fans in their debut self-titled concept album recently released on August 4th.

Teaming up with Bravewords.com, the Toronto band is premiering their new video “Wings of Death”at the following link: http://bravewords.com/news/exclusive-centuries-of-decay-premier-wings-of-death-video

Drummer Derrick Doucette comments:

“We spend so much time at our rehearsal space drilling and perfecting our live sets, that it seemed fitting to film us in our ‘natural environment.’ Our video is an intense, intimate glimpse into what it’s like to be at one of our rehearsals. I feel that it captures our energy and passion in an artistic and authentic way.”

Album order available on Bandcamp here and Amazon here.

Track Listing:
1. Intro (1:10)
2. Centuries of Decay (9:56)
3. The Architect (4:12)
4. Asylum (5:46)
5. Odyssey (8:50)
6. Wings of Death (4:55)
7. Rise (6:26)
8. Demise (12:18)
Album Length: 53:37
Album Band Line Up:
Devin Doucette (Rhythm Guitar, Main Vocals)
Rob McAllister (Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals)
Derrick Doucette (Drums)
Anthony Zhura (Bass)
Live Band Line Up:
Devin Doucette (Rhythm Guitar, Main Vocals)
Rob McAllister (Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals)
Derrick Doucette (Drums)
Matt Hems (Bass)Show Dates:
Sept 30 – Hamilton, ON – Doors Pub – info 

For more info:
http://www.facebook.com/centuriesofdecay
https://twitter.com/centuriesdecay
https://www.instagram.com/centuriesofdecay
EPK – http://wp.me/pciNW-aon

 

About:

We live on the layers of deep time and history, strata of times past; life literally depends on centuries of decay. Now, progressive extreme metal visionaries CENTURIES OF DECAY build on the metal that has come before to create the metal of the future.

Formed in 2013 in Toronto, Ontario, CENTURIES OF DECAY sound is ‘atmospheric, intense, powerful, dynamic, and heavy’.

Drummer Derrick Doucette explains the roots of the band’s name.

“The intention of the name is to paint an image of nature reclaiming the lands and cities and erasing the traces of humanity once people have been removed from the world. This can also be open to interpretation. Some may see Centuries of Decay as being in reference to an extended period of social degradation or the idea of the planet being a barren land void of life entirely. We chose this name because we felt it conveyed a powerful image and atmosphere, which appropriately went hand-in-hand with our musical style.”

That style will be unleashed by the four-piece on their self-titled debut album due out August 4, 2017, which drummer Derrick Doucette is eager for fans to hear.

“I was told recently that someone found our sound very unique and refreshing. That really meant a lot to me and I would love if that opinion was shared by both old and new fans. I find we’ve taken our influences from various sub-genres of extreme metal and turned them into a tasteful blend of compelling, climactic and devastating intensity on these seven tracks.”

Fans can also expect more music in the future.

“We are already looking forward to writing more material and refining our sound more. I’m excited to see how our sound will evolve…Our fans can expect multiple albums as that was the intent from day one!” adds Doucette.

Live, CENTURIES OF DECAY have their own unique approach to performing, they make every set flow together, creating a huge atmosphere and letting the metal speak for itself.
(bio written by Steve Earles)

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