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The Grenma

The Grenma

The Grenma


The Grenma is a Hungarian softcore/punk band, formed in 2004, when Dóri (bass, vocals) joined Csongi (lead vocals, guitar) and Matyi (drums, vocals). They were mainly inspired by Californian punk-rock bands (like Blink182, Green Day or NOFX) Their style contains elements of ska, hardcore and some old punk bands - their music can be best described as "softcore punk". 2005's Autumn they were already giving concerts and they recorded their demo with three tracks ("Néni", "Reggelizz, ne háborúzz" and "Kisbogár"). Read more on Last.fm
The Grenma is a Hungarian softcore/punk band, formed in 2004, when Dóri (bass, vocals) joined Csongi (lead vocals, guitar) and Matyi (drums, vocals). They were mainly inspired by Californian punk-rock bands (like Blink182, Green Day or NOFX) Their style contains elements of ska, hardcore and some old punk bands - their music can be best described as "softcore punk". 2005's Autumn they were already giving concerts and they recorded their demo with three tracks ("Néni", "Reggelizz, ne háborúzz" and "Kisbogár"). The Grenma's first PV ("Mennyire szeretném") was recorded in February, 2007 - it was like a promotion for their first full length album: "Annyira...". Soon after, in Autumn, 2008 it was followed by their "Enyém az utolsó szó" music video, which hit the 8th place of the Hungarian MTV channel's TOP10 Hungarian Rock Music Videos chart - this song can be found on the second album, "Talán nincsen minden rendben" - download the whole tracklist from their official site, or support the band buying it at their lives! http://thegrenma.hu http://myspace.com/thegrenma 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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