As stop-and-start professions go, Magtens Korridorer have stopped and started a lot more than most. They produced their first discovery even before that they had a record offer, when their demonstration tape gained nationwide airplay. From then on, their debut produced no impact, plus they had to hold back seven years before striking the big style in Denmark. Created by students in the School of Copenhagen in 1995 (where vocalist John Olsen eventually trained molecular biology), the music group recorded a demonstration tape that received airplay on nationwide radio, with a solid concentrate on the monitor “Hestevisen.” Nevertheless, they didn’t make very much use of the original momentum, not putting your signature on a record offer and launching their first record until 1998. That disk, Bagsiden Af Medaljen, produced no waves, very much to everyone’s shock, as well as the music group faded back to obscurity. Magtens Korridorer didn’t go back to the studio room once again until 2005 as well as the documenting of Friværdi, which emerged after they’d made an appearance on an application targeted at unearthing brand-new Danish skill. The record became a significant success, spawning many strike singles, and instantly Magtens Korridorer had been a very practical entity and a existence over the Danish rock picture. In 2007 they released Det Krøllede Håb.