TRANSPORT LEAGUE Strike Back With "Grand Amputation"
Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE have just issued a brand new EP, entitled Grand Amputation, through their own Hoffa Communications via MNW distribution in Scandinavia. An impressive exercise in post-MACHINE HEAD groove-laden crunch with more than a fair share of melody throw in for good measure, Grand Amputation can be obtained by sending $10 US/10 EUR/100 SEK in well-concealed cash to:
The full track listing for Grand Amputation is as follows:
01. Accessus Adligo…
03. Disconnect Massconnect
04. El Gordo
05. Slack, Wrist, Smack
06. Safe (Houdini)
07. Exitus Adligo…
In other news, TRANSPORT LEAGUE performed at the Rock i Dalen street festival in Örkelljunga, Sweden on Saturday, May 25th as a last-minute replacement for ENTOMBED, who withdrew from the event for undisclosed reasons.
For more information on TRANSPORT LEAGUE, visit the band's official web site at this location.
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