Eine erfrischende Band aus Graz. (Über 5m purer Rock!)
An old Japanese tale says that there is a ghost that makes cereals soft once they are put into milk. Bothered and dulled by this ghost a street musician scraped through his poor life in a small province in the east of China back down in the late 80s. Driven by hunger and weariness he supported a marketing campaign of an industrialist, who wanted to extend his market and publish his wooden plates in China, by writing discriminating songs about cereals. Forced by the government they had to drop down their business and were lucky enough to leave the country, whereon the former street musician (even in absence of his first paycheck due to the very short career) left China heading west trying to find a country where he could settle again. But his former client did not forget about him. Almost 20 years later he arranged a meeting with a guy (himself being a huge fan of giant Chinese people) that could help the two outcasts to obtain citizenship. So the three guys met for brunch. However on this day the cereals were resistant to the milk – inspired by this enormous power this was the rise of the Crunchy Beast.