TRANSPORT LEAGUE Frontman's Brother Found Dead

Timo Jelencovich, the younger brother of former MNEMIC and current M.A.N/TRANSPORT LEAGUE frontman Tony Jelencovich, was found dead yesterday (Saturday, August 20) at 6 p.m. in Bergsjn, a district in eastern Gothenburg, Sweden. It is suspected that he was murdered, thrown to his death from the balcony of a sixth-floor apartment. One person has already been arrested in connection with the incident and several witnesses have been interrogated. More information (in Swedish) can be found in this article from Gteborgs-Posten.

TRANSPORT LEAGUE is scheduled to enter IF Studios, the IN FLAMES-owned facility in Gothenburg, Sweden, with producer Roberto Laghi (IN FLAMES, SONIC SYNDICATE, HARDCORE SUPERSTAR, LOK) on September 2 to begin recording its comeback album, tentatively titled "Boogie From Hell".


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