A little more than forty-two minutes long, the record is relatively concise, and has six tracks: 1) Vostok 0; 2) Lost and Found; 3) Illusion of Coincidence; 4) Closed Circuit; 5) Adrift/Alive; 6) Transgression; with a modest intensity that sometimes overemphasizes a respectable degree of minimalism, the sound of Transmission Zero is a primordially diluted, calm and transcendental journey into a deeply expansive, almost infinite everlasting realm of glorious symphonies, that conceives an atmosphere of sensible and introspective density, where life can be felt as a surrealist, but hermetic dream; one that is so strong, that the ordinary contingencies of existence will never be able to disrupt or to suppress its continuously growing strength, or to restrict the imperative nature of its vividness.
With exceedingly marvelous progressive elements intricately inserted into the musical layout, Transmission Zero elaborates on interesting and rapturous guitar lines the most sober and dynamic harmonies, though occasionally the sound resents itself of a certain level of generic and delusional grandeur. Nevertheless – despite minor deficiencies and insignificant limitations somewhat inherent to the genre – the album in general is a collection of beautiful, gracious and sensible songs, that exhibits a relevant level of professionalism and originality; if on one hand the album do not impress that much, on the other, also do not disappoint either.
In a general evaluation, Transmission Zero – the album – is a lucid, proverbial, introspective and elegantly harmonious musical work, that deserves to be appreciated. Undoubtedly, it's a very promising beginning, for a band that has what it takes to fully succeed in the underground scene.