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Transmission0

From: Netherlands
Last Known Status: Unknown

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Below is our complete Transmission0 news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

Transmission0 Quits

Dutch doom revolutionaries Transmission0 have announced a mysterious quit in very few words after only 5 short years together. This news comes after a brief hiatus since last year's release of their second albumMemory of a Dream.

The band has released two full length albums, previously with Go Kart Records. No further information has been released on why the group disbanded.

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Transmission0 US Release Date Confirmed

Go Kart Records today confirms August 24 as the US release date for the debut album from Netherland-based aggressive metal/hardcore band Transmission0. Simply titled 0 (Zero), it is the band's first introduction to stateside audiences as previously related projects and recordings have been primarily unavailable for most US music listeners.

An impressive recording that is expected to firmly launch the band's US profile, 0 was completely created (recorded/mixed) at the band's own Behind Green Door Studios in Tilburg, The Netherlands with guitarist Mischa van Rodijnen serving as both album producer and mixer. "At first it didn't look as if we would ever really start this band," says bassist Dave van Beek of the album and the band's early formation. "After the break up of our former band (Reveal), Mischa and I decided we wanted to start a dark, heavy and atmospheric band. And it took us three years to get everything to our liking in place."

Originally planning to work with small European indie Garden of Exile Records, Transmission0 switched paths earlier this year when recordings by the band were received by long-respected US label, Go Kart Records. More known for punk rock, in which the label is home to The Meatmen, Buzzcocks, G.B.H., Lunachicks, Ten Foot Pole and the recent re-issue of Pigmy Love Circus (featuring Tool drummer Danny Carey), the two agreed to align together. Three months of work would find 0 completed and ready for the worldwide stage. More...

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