The fourth C.A.L.M.’s ever live appearance wins a Grand Prix Award on XVI Annual Bands’ Contest on Ostrów Wlkp. (POLAND) with “tons of on-stage energy and a brand new approach to rock-metal music”. As a result of this success C.A.L.M. records their first demo album entitled “Pessimist” which consists of eight self-written, self-performed and co-produced songs.
Since that time many things have changed. Starting from hardcore guitar riffs and rapcore vocals the band constantly evoluates to present more melody on one hand but more chaotic rhytms on the other - all that covered with a dynamic guitar sound and charismatic vocals. Summer 2006 becomes a breakthrough in band’s carrier. While experimenting with new sound C.A.L.M. decides to continue playing without a bass guitar. From temporary experiment this idea becomes a grown-up decision and the most controverse thing about C.A.L.M.’s music.
13th April 2007 is the date of second studio release entitled “Optimist” due to the new less decadent and more romantic approach in lirycs. Album consists of five new songs in quite different versions than performed live.
Edited by Ivan_CALM on 21 Apr 2008, 14:55
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