Two very different and same time clusters crashed up from the constellations
of Far-Out and Dude thus creating two human models named Sten and Tomas.
Sten is named after stones for stones are made of Sten. Tomas is named after
tomatoes for tomatoes are quite delicous on bread. Especially with basil. By travelling in time
they found each other pretty quickly and saw each other as god-like and awesome in many ways.
So began a very strange friendship that created multidimensional Cold Rat which is basically a
vibrant being that eats human thoughts and emotions to support its assholism. Cold Rat is made of
antimatter so it can't be killed. And that sucks major donkey.
Even though the thoughts and tones of the debut EP Terror Of The Imaginary Child have been created by these two personnel this firstborn wouldn't be kicking, rocking and crawling on all fours without a hefty rhythm section provided by two other main characters:
Collaborate coordination of all four limbs brought in by beatmachine A. Seppänen (also known as DQ from Turmion Kätilöt) reveals the man still being a living clockwork, but the freestyle-drum-wrestling rhythmics on Terror Of The Imaginary Child are over the hill and far away from the industrial disco-beat you may have been introduced to through his main band. And the last (but not the least) man standing behind the five string, mister Mikko Antikainen (Also known as MOS 6581) gives you a high five...and the low five...and some bad ass fingered synthesis.
This all sums up in a slogan: "Cold Rat - A dish best served warm" and fits neatly in the "Alternative softcore heavypop" category.
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