Sweden's DIMENSION ZERO To Reunite For Next Year's GOTHENBURG SOUND FESTIVAL
DIMENSION ZERO — the Swedish band featuring ex-IN FLAMES guitarist Jesper Strömblad (on bass), ex-MARDUK vocalist Joakim "Jocke" Göthberg, LUCIFERION/DIABOLIQUE drummer Hans Nilsson, and ex-SOILWORK guitarist Daniel Antonsson — has been confirmed for next year's edition of the Gothenburg Sound Festival, set to take place January 2-3 at Trädgårn in Gothenburg, Sweden. Also scheduled to appear are DARK TRANQUILLITY and INTOXICATE.
Visit www.gothenburgsound.com for more details.
DIMENSION ZERO's third album, "He Who Shall Not Bleed", was released in 2007 via Vic Records. It contained "11 tracks of aggressive, fast and melodic Gothenburg metal," according to a press release, and it featured a guest appearance by ANNIHILATOR's Jeff Waters.
DIMENSION ZERO's sophomore full-length album, "This is Hell", was released in October 2003 through Regain Records. The CD — the band's first to feature Antonsson — was recorded at Phlat Planet studios in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer and IN FLAMES frontman Anders Fridén.
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