Transport League and Onegodless
It's been a while, but they're back in The Netherlands, and The Hague welcomes them with open arms: the Swedish rock legend called Transport League will supply us once more with their signature groovy banging drums, filthy riffs and over the top lyrics. Supporting them will be Dutch heavystonerbluesgrooverocksludgemetal band Onegodless. Tuesday, may 8th, the bands will shine on the stage of music centre Musicon.<br />
<strong>Transport League</strong><br />
TRANSPORT LEAGUE started in 1994, and seven albums, one break-up and a reunion later, they just can't seem to quit – and neither can their fans! July 2017, their most recent album 'Twist And Shout At The Devil' saw the light: the four leather-cladded, beard-donning hard rockers are currently touring Europe to promote it. The style of the phenomenal group is best described by the title of their fifth album: 'Boogie From Hell'. Singer and founder Tony Jelencovich (formerly B-Thong, Icon In Me, Mnemic) has cited bands like Clutch, Pro-Pain and Danzig as a large inspiration. Media have likened the band's style to Kyuss, Fu Manchu, Led Zeppelin as well as Sepultura.<br />
In a world full of musicians, home studios, bands and their respective originality, ONEGODLESS decides to bring nothing new. Since everything already has been done, and everything else won't be worth making, these brave young men decide to do something entirely different: acknowledge their total lack of cutting edge, thriving in genuine unoriginality. Without copying other bands, they proudly walk this beaten path of metal to bring an ode to the songs of old. This band makes a mixture of Metal, Rock and Blues like many bands before. Bands you might have heard of, going from Pantera and Black Sabbath to Down and Black Label Society.<br />
To make sure there's no misunderstanding about the music, ONEGODLESS created their own musical genre: heavystonerbluesgrooverocksludgemetal. Onegodless' heavily riff-oriented music trades speed and technical prowess for groove and feel, boldly going where many bands have gone before. It is a grooving metal machine that does not stop until you're beating your head to the sound of the riffs. Metal to make you move and groove, yet staying hard and heavy.
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