CHANNEL ZERO Reunion Shows Sell Out
Classic Belgian metal band CHANNEL ZERO will reunite for three concerts at Ancienne Belgique in Brussels on January 22, January 23 and January 24, 2010. The group initially planned to play only one reunion show (January 22), but after tickets were sold out in just 20 minutes, a decision was made to add two more concerts at the same venue.
CHANNEL ZERO's third album, "Unsafe" (1995), was the band's first effort to be released internationally. The group followed it up by touring with MEGADETH, DANZIG, SPUDMONSTERS and BIOHAZARD, and embarking on an Australian headlining run. A fourth album, "Black Fuel", followed in 1996 but it failed to make a dent on international charts, leading to the band's split in 1997.
CHANNEL ZERO was one of the most popular homegrown metal acts in Belgium, where the band's albums reportedly sold upwards of 20,000 copies each.
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