Two and a half decades and half dozen albums later, the collective is back with a new record, but the same boogie, but not exclusively that. Transport League appear to have opened Pandora’s metal box with intent and are now busy blazing their trail through all those strong ideas that they have unleashed. “Of course there’s boogie again, but also doom and hardcore, fast songs and hard riffs,” vocalist/guitarist Tony Jelencovich describe the new album. “Our sound may have changed a few times, but not the band’s raw power and our penchant for strong grooves”. The three longstanding band members Tony Jelencovich, Peter Hunyadi (guitar) and Mattias Starander (drums) recorded the album together with bassist Dennis Österdal. Jelencovich is referring to rigorous numbers such as “Monster Human”, set to be supported by a video clip, which has him state: “Leben, Sterben”. “Dawn of Lucifer” is no less uncompromising, Transport League by all appearances having been inspired by acts such as Black Sabbath and certainly doing the term “doom metal” credit.
Talking of inspiration: “A Million Volt Scream” is a return to our TL roots and mixes them with influences that had already surfaced on our two previous releases, “Boogie From Hell” and “Twist And Shout At The Devil”” Jelencovich summarises the basic direction of the new material”.