TRANSPORT LEAGUE Set American Release Date For 'Grand Amputation'

Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE have set a July 7 North American release date through Crash Music Inc. for their latest EP, "Grand Amputation".

"Grand Amputation" EP was originally issued in Scandinavia last year through the band's own Hoffa Communications via MNW distribution.

As previously reported, TRANSPORT LEAGUE entered the studio in February with producer J. Reivén (former drummer for the gold-selling Swedes LOK), to record a new demo/promo CD.

Among the tracks recorded during the session were "Cycle of Slay", "Godtaker", "Wrapped Dead Inside", "The Severed" and "Sick Scum".

Upcoming TRANSPORT LEAGUE dates:

May 17 - 2000 Decibel Festival – Bengtsfors, SWE
Jul. 04 - Dirty Black Summer Festival – Södertälje, SWE
Jul. 25 - Club Veaudoux – Monthey, SWI
Jul. 26 - Muisig Lanzmeind - Grafenort, SWI

For more information on TRANSPORT LEAGUE, visit the group's official web site at this location.


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