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Recorded live in clubs and on the radio during the band's first European tour, Trance Europe Express captures Zeni Geva with equal intensity in a context other than the studio. Released in 1995 on KK Null's own Nux imprint, this disc comprises tracks from all of the band's primary releases to that date. More a document of a particular tour than a groundbreaking — or at least eardrum-shattering — new recording, Trance Europe Express traces the arc of a tour sonically, highlighting the best tracks from certain shows, and includes a complete tour itinerary in the liner notes. Tracks one through six were recorded at VRPO Audio-1 Studio in Hilversum, Holland; tracks seven and eight were taken from the board at Democrazy in Gent, Belgium; and track nine was recorded live in Groningen, Holland, at Vera. Though not as punishing as the various studio albums, nor as avant, painful, or ambient as Null's solo work — recall that he had been working with noise merchant Merzbow as far back as 1983 — Trance Europe Express is an important document for Zeni Geva initiates and aficionados.


Formed: 1987 in Japan

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

One of Japan's more eccentric and intriguing extreme music exports of the late '80s and '90s, self-professed "progressive hardcore trio" Zeni Geva (their name derives from an ancient Japanese word for "money" and a corruption of the German "gewalt," or violence) forcibly fused elements of heavy metal, hardcore, industrial music, noise rock, and the avant-garde, gaining no small underground recognition in the process. Having already made a name for himself via several experimental outfits (Absolut...
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