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    'Episode 00' from TMC aka The Mushroom Crew

    Five songs of hard rocking new metal on the latest EP release by Padua band T.M.C.



    After almost four years of playing together the guys in T.M.C. (The Mushroom Crew) have finally said “so long” to cover songs and “hello” to a new era of producing original tunes, and they’re not one of those bands who are hesitant to put a name to what they do. The new material is steeped heavily in the music of bands like System of a down, Papa Roach, Slipknot, A Day to Remember, Korn, and Rage Against the Machine—bands they once covered—and it’s a perfect example of when genre constraints can be a good thing. The new metal sound the band embraces gives them a clear format for executing one album worthy song after another. With Andrea Rossetto on rhythm guitar, Claudio Minaudo on lead, Marco Dal Toe on bass, Roberto Gava on drums, and Alexander Calderari on vocals, the guys of T.M.C. have finally laid down some of the new stuff on the brand new EPISODE 00 EP release, recorded last November. The album is five songs full of balls-to-the-wall, blistering guitar, edgy melodic vocals coupled with spine tingling growling, and punchy double bass pedal. All that is contrasted with softer moments, like in the arpeggiated intro on “Ignorance”, or in the long opening to “Coffee Coffee” in what sounds like a Caribbean beach scene, but it’s never long before the djent of the guitars rev the songs into action. The EP can be streamed for free on Reverbnation and Soundcloud. All songs are in English. The five bad boys of T.M.C. have already scorched the stages of Fontigo Rock Live, coming in second in 2010 and 2011, and brought that same high energy to the stage at The Factory in Padua, getting all the way to the finals of Emergenza Festival Italia. Tune into Emergenza.net for more news on the band.

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