Also known as the “Belgium Metallica” simply by metalheads, the hard-rocking quartet Route Zero was made up of members Franky “DSVD” De Smet Van Damme (vocals), Xavier Carion (electric guitar), Phil B. (drums), and Tino DeMartino (bass). Hailing from Brussels, the music group produced in 1990, issuing an unbiased self-titled debut 2 yrs later (because the quartet constructed a solid group of fans in Germany, furthermore with their homeland). Route Zero’s sophomore discharge, Stigmatized forever, noticed the light of time in middle-1993, because the group opened up for famous brands Biohazard, Obituary, Napalm Loss of life, Lifestyle of Agony, and Pro-Pain, furthermore to crisscrossing European countries with both Exhorder and M.O.D. Route Zero’s third discharge, 1995’s Unsafe, became the most effective album of the career, because they backed it with live performances alongside Megadeth and Danzig, made an appearance at such Euro celebrations as Torhout/Werchter, Pukkelpop, and Bourges, and also headlined a tour of their very own in Australia. However their fourth discharge, 1996’s Black Gas, would seem to become Route Zero’s last one, because they split in August of 1997. The band’s previous users cropped up in additional similarly styled clothes later on, while De Smet Vehicle Damme flipped his interest from carrying out to generating up-and-coming metal organizations from Belgium. This year 2010, Route No reunited, playing some sold-out reunion displays within their hometown of Brussels before liberating a new solitary, “Black Blossoms,” combined with the announcement that these were working on fresh materials. Feed ‘Em having a Brick, the band’s 1st recording in 14 years, found its way to 2011 on Roadrunner Information. Tragedy struck for the music group after drummer Phil Baheux passed on in 2013, however the addition of drummer Ray Mayorga towards the lineup allowed them to keep working on fresh material, as well as the band’s 6th album, Get rid of All Kings, found its way to 2014.