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Manikin Faint

Manikin Faint

Manikin Faint


Manikin Faint was a Hungarian alternative/fusion metal band. [ 2002 – 2004 ] Manikin Faint was founded on the summer of 2002 by Endre Tarjányi (vocal), Andor Sperling (guitar), Péter Bartha (drums) and György Gassama (bass). Their quest was to interprete and make rock music in a fresh and special way to fill in a strange (or nonexistent) gap in the Hungarian underground music scene. A year later Péter Molnár became the new and final bassist and together they recorded the Green Is Not Your Enemy EP at the end of 2003. Read more on Last.fm
Manikin Faint was a Hungarian alternative/fusion metal band. [ 2002 – 2004 ] Manikin Faint was founded on the summer of 2002 by Endre Tarjányi (vocal), Andor Sperling (guitar), Péter Bartha (drums) and György Gassama (bass). Their quest was to interprete and make rock music in a fresh and special way to fill in a strange (or nonexistent) gap in the Hungarian underground music scene. A year later Péter Molnár became the new and final bassist and together they recorded the Green Is Not Your Enemy EP at the end of 2003. At the end of 2004 they recorded another EP called Homegrown Seedless.

It shows a much clearer view of their ideas about rock music. [ 2005 – 2006 ] Homegrown Seedless EP was released only in february of 2005 and was well received by critics. In June they joined the Country Metal group and appeared on its first compilation cd too. In 2006 they made their first concerts abroad (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria) and were invited to festivals like Wan2, Rockmaraton, Hanna-Hanna. Ended the year with being one of the winners of the ABC talentsearch on the A38 Ship in Hungary. [ 2007 ] Next year began with a temporary drummer László Hortobágyi (from the band: Isten Háta Mögött).

The change was due to musical and - mainly - personal conflicts. In this form they played in Planet Music Hall in Vienna (the next round of ABC talentsearch) and in march they recorded - in Bakery Studio - their new and final EP called Tiny Wild Livingplace Improvement. Originally it was made especially for international promotions and to show the actual state of the band. From april Csaba Németh, jazz-drummer (Dav Trio, etc.) joined the band as the permanent drummer.

But Endre Tarjányi (vocals) finally decided to leave and thus disbanded Manikin Faint in september. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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