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The Orange Man Theory

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Formed in 2003, the Italian unit The Orange Man Theory sound as a hardcore band influenced by a strong love for groovy dischords, a punk-indie attitude, a reasonable addiction to death metal and a real devotion for 70’s super rock. Combining all this stuff with movie quotes, pitched samples, radio wave frequencies and the weird intention of playing something different, TOMT perform a sick and disturbing music that will take you throughout unknown sonic territories.

After some months jamming together and after a tight line-up was build, the band worked with high- pressure on its early material and played a lot of shows around. On july 03 The Oranges decided to record a 4-track demo and ship it to whoever could be interested in. Their cd fell into the hands of the underground producer Today is the day’s Steve Austin (Converge, Unsane, Lamb of god) who appreciated their sound and invited them to record in his studio.

On August 2004 The Oranges flew to USA and recorded their first album “Riding a Cannibal Horse from here to…” at Austin Enterprise Recording and Mastering in Clinton MA. The work is produced by Steve Austin.

On October 2005 the band signed a deal with the indie label Indelirium Records for the album release.

On December 2005 the band released its first full-length “Riding A Cannibal Horse From Here To…” (Indelirium Records). Steve Austin from Today Is The Day appears as guest vocals and keys on two songs. The album is distributed in Europe, Usa, and South of America through DIY and official ways.

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