Dimensions Zero happened in 1996 once the acoustic guitar group from Swedish metallic juggernaut In Flames (Jesper Strömblad and Glenn Ljungström) made a decision to come up with a side task that would permit the set to pursue a few of their more aggressive music interests. Taking into consideration the heft of In Flames’ blistering metallic assault, this fresh project was because of receive plenty of interest from Viking steel fans all over the place. The debut documenting from Aspect No didn’t disappoint these listeners. The debut mini-CD Penetrations In the Lost Globe was documented that same calendar year after drummer Hans Nilsson (Luciferior, Diabolique, Crystal Age group) and vocalist Jocke Göthberg (Marduk) agreed upon on to comprehensive the group’s lineup (with Strömblad tugging double responsibility on bass in addition to electric guitar). Penetrations In the Lost Globe impressed many using its fast-paced and concentrated riffing. The group also received high marks because of their contributions to a set of tribute information (for Sepultura and Mercyful Destiny). Despite solid support in the European steel press, it appeared as if Aspect Zero had operate its brief training course when Ljungström parted firm with In Flames just a few months after Penetrations strike record store cabinets. The four music artists resurrected the music group in 2001, nevertheless, and began focusing on the follow-up with their debut. IN-MAY of 2002, Hundred years Mass media released Silent Evening Fever, a a lot longer, and more created album in the quartet. The sophomore work was well-received, but using its account actively involved with many other tasks, the continuing future of Aspect Zero continued to be uncertain. Probably the most successful of the outside passions, In Flames held very active while atop the turn-of-the-century, Nordic steel heap, essentially guaranteeing a spotty documenting future for Aspect Zero, among the genre’s many formidable side tasks.