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  1. Block Out were formed in Belgrade, Serbia at the end of 1990 by singer Milutin Jovančić - Mita. The band originally started as Ad Hoc, but due to…

  2. The band’s history began in the mid-eighties when two seventeen-year-olds, Zoran Marinković and Goran Marić Max, started writing for the famous…

  3. Nikola Vranjković is the former leader of Belgrade rock band Block Out. He also produced several albums for bands such as Goblini and the…

  4. There are at least two bands named Brigand.

    In 2011, an alternative rock/doom band named Brigand was formed in Pančevo/Belgrade, Serbia; and its…

  5. Darkwood Dub is an art rock/electro rock band from Belgrade, Serbia.

    Darkwood Dub was formed in 1988, and gradually grew to prominence, and even…

  6. Jewy Sabatay (2000-2010) was an alternative rock band from Pančevo, Serbia.

    Discography:

    Studio albums:

    Andjelin Osmeh 2003 (ITMM)
    Nihilist 2007…

  7. Eyesburn is a reggae core band from Belgrade, Serbia formed 1994. The original line up was: Hornsman Coyote (guitar & backup vocals), Laza…

  8. Goblini is a serbian punk band founded in March, 1992. Guitarist Alen Jovanović and Vlada Kokotović, who lived in Karlovac, played in the band Lorelai…

  9. Kanda Kodža i Nebojša (KKN) were formed in 1991 in Belgrade, Serbia (still former Yugoslavia). Bands original line-up comprised Vladislav Rac (bass),…

  10. Goribor is a alternative rock band from Bor, Serbia (ex Yugoslavia). Having performed as a teenage band called Projekat from 1988 until 1992,…

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