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Nedo, Zsolt and Dani decided to form a band in their high school years, and started out with playing Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and AC/DC songs. While constantly looking for fellow musicians to fill in the post of drummer and vocalist, the three guitarists began writing their own music. In 2004, after they went to a neverLAND gig, they got in touch with the vocalist/guitarist, Maci and asked him to join ALS. By this time the influence of progressive, death metal and a bit of hardcore grew stronger, thus finding a drummer who is able to tackle the often unconventional rhythmic structures and keep up the fast tempo was far from easy. After recruiting Stawy in 2006, ALS began working on their debut material and started giving their first shows. In 2007, with Bálint (who appeared on the EP as a guest vocalist) coming aboard to share vocal duties with Maci, the line-up of ALS became complete. After releasing their first EP titled "To Whom It May Concern" to critical success, the six-piece went on to tour with Depresszió, one of the leading Hungarian rock bands, open for Killswitch Engage and As I Lay Dying in Budapest, and win a spot at the Sziget Fesztivál's stage devoted to new talent. While constantly giving concerts throughout Hungary and receiving invitations from Austria, Slovakia and Serbia, ALS began working on "Delirium Provides the Safest Shelter", their first LP, which was released in April of 2010 by Edge Records.