Two minutes into 'The Attic', and you'd be forgiven for thinking that it's just another slow burning track that you'll most likely relegate to your recycle bin the second space on your hard drive is critical, but that slow build is worth it, as come the 2:30 mark the track descends into the depths of hell, which is fitting considering their name (The Marshmallow Ghosts), the title of the track ('The Attic') and the label it's released on (Graveface Records).

The label also opened up the press release with this amazing paragraph:

"It’s late October. The air is crisp, and the scent of burning leaves lingers. In the distance you hear a chainsaw followed by the shrieks of teenage girls. An actor dressed as a deranged and bloody farmer stalks the line, silently harassing those who pay him no mind. Girls cling to their boyfriends crying, “I don't want to go first!” The mood is electric. The annual ritual of the haunted house makes you feel like you're 6 years old, trick or treating while your parents wait for you on the sidewalk; 12 years old, going to your best friend’s costume party; 16 years old, sneaking into a cemetery after dark"

I cant wait for Halloween.