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The band had also held their first performances outside the former Yugoslavia territory, in Sweden and Norway.The band continued touring, performing at major festivals in 2010: in April at the Zagreb Žedno Uho festival, In February 2011, the webzine Popboks critics selected the best Serbian albums released in the previous decade and the album Goribor appeared on the first place, and the various artists compilation Jutro će promeniti sve appeared on the sixteenth place.
The recording equipment provided the two with an opportunity to make demo recordings of their own material despite the fact that probably it would not be released due to the difficulties in finding a record label.
In March of the same year, the band had appeared on the PGP RTS various artists compilation Jutro će promeniti sve?
– Nova srpska scena (Morning Would Change Everything?
The same lineup, recorded the demo album Stondom do Tokija (Stoned to Tokyo, a pun for Srbija do Tokija-Serbia to Tokyo), released in 2006 by Slušaj Najglasnije!
, consisting of new versions of the previously released songs and a new track "Bolje je izgoreti" ("It is Better to Burn").
The band got the name after an everyday account in RTB Bor when in the process of copper smelting slag is being separated from copper, giving an impression of a volcanic eruption or a large fire over the town.