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Komu Vnyz. 4: Shevchenko. (EP). /digi-pack/.
Komu Vnyz. Shevchenko. (EP) (special offer)
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Eat Me Tiger

They come from a place that nobody would imagine them to come from. They play music so simple and fresh that one would hardly expect to emerge in our days. Despite all that, here they are Nicholas (leading vocal, guitar), AlexZander (bass, keyboards, backing vocal) and Max (drums & percussion) - three lads in their twentieth who make up Eat Me Tiger. Having started out schoolboys jamming in a suburb of Kiev, Ukraine they are now a crew of friends ready to fill the world up with their music.
Why eat me tiger?
"Because thats what we want people to yell after listening to us" guys say smiling.
Formed in 1999 the trio was one of the numerous Ukrainian bands that were springing up as part of the Ukrainian cultural rebirth. Drifting on that wave their first band called Pomaranch (means "orange") participated in all major Ukrainian music festivals including "Tavriyski Igry" (Tavriya Games) and "Perlyny Sezonu" where they won "Best Rock Band" title in 2003. Named "opening of the year" Pomaranch toured scenes all over Ukraine, and the future seemed to be promising.
The bad news came when the Orange Revolution burst out in late 2004 and being named "Orange" the band inevitably become associated with Viktor Yushchenkos political bloc. Despite all attempts to dissociate from this and the release of their debut album in 2005 the band recognized they would need to start off from the very beginning.
As a result a brand new group "eat me tiger" appeared in spring 2006. "Now I realise that it was all for good", says Max. "And I think by having become "eat me tiger" weve finally let our demons out and quit listening to established formats and obeying ridiculous rules." With completely different sound and English-language lyrics the band is no longer bounded to any specific culture, conversely making music with appeal to people from all around the globe. Nicholas says: "From the very beginning were heading to reach international acclaim. Music is universal language and history has witnessed plenty of bands and artists, not English-speaking by origin, who gained the worlds admiration."
As a first step in bringing this bold ambition into life "eat me tiger" released their first single and video "From the underground" in December 2006. In December 2007 "eat me tiger" released their first record From the underground maxi-single of five songs including eponymous original track and its dance remix. Supported by Internet promotion campaign the single is now available only for free online distribution at the bands official MySpace page and is being downloaded by thousands of people from all over the world.
Now "eat me tiger" are in the middle of recording their debut album called "Global warming".
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