My Dark Room The Spreading
3.0 Release Date: 09/2009
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3.0 gooddeeptrick | August 26th 10

An unknown band trying to break out of the atmosphere of rural backwardness (musically, of course)! it's a Hungarian band they aren't came from the central area - which are the major citys and most of Budapest of course - but they show us what they have, and they had to step to the next level!

There music is unique on there own way, because you can discover the deathcore / metalcore / mathcore elements and the vocals are the same that used to the hardcore scream, growl and piqsqueels as well.
The collect all the good stuffs of the genre and mush together in a well build mixture!
The record sound is not the best, but its pretty good to the Hungarian average. Except this fact, if we look behind the things, we found the goond stuff and what makes us move!

The album - "The Spreading" - came out in late summer 2009, in author's release, and produced only 100 discs are sold in the first week! The album includes 4 tracks and an Intro.

Intro - breakdown and breakdown with pigsquels... NICE

The End - Starting the Ep with the end? yes they did it:D
And the best part of the song is realy the end. The breakdown and the Ace Venture cover (you know, when Ace sitting in the plane and performing animal voices, "the yak".Hilarious!:D

Over The Pale Grey Sky - most of the song has deathcore elements. Heavy, low, raw...

Must be! - "NOT EVERYONE LIKES METAL… *** THEM!!!!!" good start for the song

Making Mistakes - Maybe mistake to put this song up. The starting is good, but it's getting boring in the middle, and there is good guitar riff and breakdown combo in three-quarter and the end is boring again. Like a rollercoaster.

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