The band consists of Andriy Sereda, Serhiy Stepanenko, Vladyslav Malyugin, Eugene Razin, Vladyslav Makarov
From the beginning Komu Vnyz played music that didn’t enter the common canons of Ukrainian rock stage of that time. The lyric was complicated, impressive and full of dark romance, what is common for gothic-rock, although even then Komu Vnyz were using some elements of industrial energetic, that become their characteristic feature today. Because of being not able to find some standard music term critics in 1991 called this music “urban, industrial gothic”. So Komu Vnyz created its own stream of gothic folk. In 1990’s five men wearing dark dress-coats high leather boots and silver crosses, caring to Ukrainian society their type of underground gloomy philosophy, made their own music revolution. For those who listened to them that was the rebirth and purifying . Andriy Sereda was and is now the unofficial prophet for everyone who lives in real Ukraine. For those, whose spirit is not jet sold and mind is not darkened with money and evil forces. In Ukraine and in Canada they were caller “The Dark Cossacks”.
Komu Vnyz is considered to be a professional band in Ukraine , every song has its original root and is usually connected to Ukrainian customs and emits colourful Ukrainian spirit.
Komu Vnyz participated in more then 40 music festivals and judges couldn’t not to distinguish the band, even taking into account their usual problems with authorities and existing ideology, cause Komu Vnyz cares for UKRAINE and MUSIC and not for those who want to earn on these terms.
Edited by Svinenysh on 30 Sep 2009, 15:23
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- Kiev, Ukraine
- Band Members
- Andriy Sereda (1988 - )
- Serhiy Stepanenko (1988 - )
- Vladyslav Malyugin (1988 - )
- Eugene Razin (1988 - )
- Vladyslav Makarov (1988 - )
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