Transport League - _Superevil_
(The Music Cartel, 1998)
by: Adrian Bromley (8 out of 10)
Mix the ways of Danzig, Entombed, Meshuggah and even Finland's Xysma and you've got the fucked up, hard-hitting groove of Transport League. While similar to their debut disc, the sophomore effort manages to travel down the road of variety a bit more. Lots of the material here, while in a hard-groovin' state, seems to stand out all their own. And while heavy as fuck at times, they're catchy to boot. The elements of Transport League that shine are the use of samples / sound effects and the tuned down guitar approach. Throw in the harsh vocals of Tony Julien Jelencovich and it's a winner from start to finish. Transport League aren't afraid to mesh rock n' roll with heavy rock either, a feature that comes up quite often here as well.

(article published 10/1/1998)


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