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Channel Zero - Kill All Kings (2014)
Channel Zero was formed in Brussels, Belgium in 1990. They released their first album Channel Zero in 1992. Their second album Stigmatized For Life (mixed by Vinnie Paul of Pantera) followed in 1993.
They achieved their breakthrough with the album Unsafe in 1994. The album featured guest vocals of Billie Milano of S.O.D. and Richard 23 of Front 242. Their last studio album Black Fuel was released in 1996.
In 1997, the band announced their break-up. They released one last live album of their performance at Marktrock, Leuven in 1997, simply titled Live. Franky De Smet Van Damme went on to form his own band Skitsoy, while Xavier Carion later formed Sons of Jonathas.
In 2010, the band played six reunion shows in the AB concert hall in Brussels. The first three sold out within 49 minutes, and the next two announced one week later, again sold out.
A single, "Black Flowers", was released in January 2010. On 5 April 2010, de Smet revealed that they are working on a new album, during an interview he gave during 'De zwaarste lijst', a radio show on the Belgian radio station, Studio Brussel.
The band played concerts at the Graspop Metal Meeting in 2010 and 2011 in Dessel, Belgium. They also played at Rock Werchter in 2010.
The band's former drummer, Phil Baheux, died on 10 August 2013, at the age of 45.
On October 2013, the band announced that they will continue the work made on the new album, with Roy Mayorga playing the drums.
Quote:To call the Belgians of Channel Zero go-getters would be a considerable understatement. They quit in 1997, ten years later started again by popular demand but after the tragic passing of drummer Phil Baheux the band again was forced to take a break. And maybe stop all together.
Blood apparently is thicker than water, because coming in early April will be a new album titled Kill All Kings . The passion and fervor that they be show here can be safely called a revelation. Opener Dark Passenger sets the tone for the whole album. A song that gets straight to the point with a simple riff, but the fierce vocals Franky DSVD lift it to a higher level.
Over the whole album there hangs an atmosphere of intensity, immediacy and a sense of recognition. The compact and deliciously executed thrash metal songs with witty riffs and socially conscious lyrics by Franky DSVD feel like a warm return to form. There are even some lyrics he sings in flemish and french in the song Darkness, a song about daily life in Israel and the impending danger when living there.
We should not refrain from mentioning that the drums are played by a certain Roy Mayorga who is better known for his work in Soulfly. The how and why of this cooperation is what we hope to find out during an interview with the band. Until that time, we enjoy ourselves very much with Kill All Kings and we wish Channel Zero again a warm welcome. It is a sweet return.
Franky DSVD - Vocals
Phil B - Drums
Tino De Martino - Bass
Mikey Doling - Guitar
Channel Zero - Kill All Kings (2014)
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1. Dark Passenger
2. Electronic Cocaine
3. Burn The Nation
4. Digital Warfare
6. Crimson Collider
7. Kill All Kings
8. Brother's Keeper
9. Army Of Bugs
10. Mind Over Mechanics
12. Heart Stop
Tamaño: 88.48 MB