Tag: Transport League

NEWS: Transport League get metronomic!

A late summer release “Kaiserschnitt” is the fifth album since Tony Jelencovich reconvened Transport League in 2009 and the band are still promoting it with the help of Mighty Music, an imprint label of German powerhouse SPV with a music video for “Atomic” dropping just a few days after “Cannibal Holobeast” from their 2017’s “Twist

NEWS: Four times a charm for Transport League!

Swedish Alternative Metallers Transport League have set 27th August for “Kaiserschnitt” to surface for air from the black depths and are joined by none other than Christian Sture of Heal for the title track, captured in full technicolor glory. It marks the fourth single from the album to be released in 2021 via Mighty Music

Review: “Not that Godly” by Godgiven

After a pair of EPs and a demo since forming in 2012 you might not have expected 2021 to be the year that seasoned musicians from Budapest, Hungary known as Godgiven chose to release their debut album “Not That Godly” but then is there ever a good time? The album has been in the works

NEWS: Transport League survive the curse?

After the success of their tour with A Pale Horse Named Death, the continuation of all things Transport League with a new album in “Kaiserschnitt” out on 27th August 2021 via Mighty Music has to be something to raise a shot glass to. The band have thrown down a lyric video for “Me The Cursed”

NEWS: Transport League march on…

The satanic panic is over as Transport League have returned following a build up that seems like it has been eternity with the much hyped new single “March Kiss Die“. The new cut features the legendary Sal Abruscato of A Pale Horse Named Death and formerly Type O Negative and Life Of Agony fame, who’s

NEWS: Transport League expose “Criminal Energy”!

The return of Gothenburg Sweden’s Transport League in 2011 after a six year hiatus has shown no signs of slowing down with the band announcing a new album for the summer of 2021 entitled “Kaiserschnitt“. That translates from the German to “Caesarean Section“, which given the bands 2003 album “Multiple Organ Harvest” should come as

Review: “Live Lies Truth Dies” by Stitchfork

Released as a collection of singles and then squished into an EP in July 2020, the debut record “Live Lies Truth Dies” from Stitchfork was born in the muddy swamps of The Hague and the Bundy marshes and carries the torch for Stoner Sludge Metal in Europe with a stomping groove… …the Orchestration at the

Vs Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Black Hole Sun.

Who remembers cassette tape trading to check out new sounds back in the day? Someone once put a copy of “Superunknown” by Soundgarden back 1995 into these grubby paws in exchange for “Ride The Lightning” by Metallica and the rest is history. Arguably the finest 74 minutes the Seattle Washington Grunge band created, it spawned

Throwback: “Deathbox” from Mnemic!

Back in 2004 Danish Metallers Mnemic put down a gauntlet for the Industrial Metal scene with “The Audio┬áInjected Soul” appearing via Nuclear Blast. Formed six years earlier in Aalborg and creating music that crosses sub-genres to formulate their own “Future Fusion Metal” hybrid sound Mnemic took their name from an acronym for ‘Mainly Neurotic Energy

Review: “Leave The Soul For Now” by Timeworn

Timeworn have been delivering a solid mix of sludge, hardcore energy and post-metal atmosphere since 2014 and have in their ranks members from Eskatol, Summon the Crows, Blodspor and From Below. Both of their first two albums in 2014’s “Luminescent Wake” (Disiplin Media) and 2017’s “Venomous High” (Fysisk Format) were met with praise from both