he project now known as Eerie started back in 2003. The line up featured two members of Mortal Remains in the form of Misho Mihaylov (bass & rhythm guitars/synthesizer/drums) and Emo Manchevski (vocals). Their former band was one of the first doom metal bands in Bulgaria during the early 1990s. After Master Race, Eerie recorded their next track Low Price that had a sample from a speech by Martin Luther King. Low Price attracted the attention of Chavdar Tzachkov, the editor-in-chief of Brutallica Magazine. The track was included in the CD compilation that came out with issue 10 of the magazine and it didn't take long for their debut EP to appear. Their purpose was mostly to advertize their project, but they eventually sold hundreds of copies worldwide and attracted a legion of fans. The EP contained Master Race along with three more tracks. The positive reviews and the media attention encouraged the band to record their first full length album, Hollow Stare in January 2006, released through 'Brutallica Records', the English extreme music magazine Terrorizer included the 3-part conceptual composition The Pool in its March issue. Free Candy 26 CD followed in 2007.
Footnote: Do not confuse this act with the American, Argentinian, Canadian and Polish bands of the same name.
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