TRANSPORT LEAGUE To Record New CD In February
Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE will enter Oral Majority Recordings Studios with producer Roberto Laghiin February to lay down their next effort, to be entitled Multiple Organ Harvest. Among the titles that are set to appear on the forthcoming album are the following:
01. El Gordo
02. Sick Scum
03. Never to Burn
04. Fold 'n Disgusted
05. Safe (Houdini)
07. Disconnect Massconnect
09. Slack, Wrist
11. No Soul Attached
12. Wrapt Dead Inside
13. My Master
As previously reported, TRANSPORT LEAGUE recently parted ways with guitarist Peter Hunyadi and drummer Patrik J. Sten due to “musical differences” and have almost completely revamped their line-up, with bassist Adam Magnusson switching to lead guitar, and new members Stipe (drums ex-MERCILESS) and Stitch (ex-DIA PSALMA) coming into the fold. The new line-up will make its live debut on February 1st at Gothenburg's Belsepub.
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