TRANSPORT LEAGUE Guitarist Forced To Sit Out Shows Due To 'Serious Health Problems'

TRANSPORT LEAGUE Guitarist Forced To Sit Out Shows Due To 'Serious Health Problems'

Multi-camera video footage of reunited Swedish heavy rockers TRANSPORT LEAGUE performing on June 29 at Virgin Oil in Helsinki in Helsinki, Finland can be seen below (clip shot and edited by Timo Halo).

TRANSPORT LEAGUE's latest album, "Boogie From Hell", was released digitally on May 20 via frontman Tony Jelencovich's (DEATHDESTRUCTION, B-THONG, MASSIVE AUDIO NERVE, MNEMIC, ICON IN ME) Hoffa Entertainment. A physical CD was also printed for release through the Bengans record store.

"Boogie From Hell" was tracked over a 17-month period and was mixed by Svein Jensen at Grand Recordings in Gothenburg, Sweden. The CD's sound is described in a press release as "groovy, shaky-boogie-rock 'n' roll metal … for the fans of CLUTCH, CATHEDRAL, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, MUSTASCH and even VOLBEAT."

TRANSPORT LEAGUE will embark on a short tour of Sweden and The Netherlands at the end of the month. Guitarist Peter Hunyadi will be forced to sit out most of these shows due to "serious health problems, but will soon be on his feet again." Filling in for him on the road will be Dan Johansson (GENEROUS MARIA, MARY BEATS JANE).

The band states: "We are really looking forward to play some shows again, and we are very happy that the album has been getting raging reviews all over, from both media and fans."


Tony Julien Jelencovich - Vocals, Guitar
Lars Häglund - Bass
Mattias Starander - Drums
Peter Hunyadi - Lead Guitar


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