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Viperfish is a Bulgarian rock band comprised of Adrian Gougov (main songwriter, lead guitar, vocals, and piano), Dimo Mezekliev (bass & backing vocals) and Matey Hristoskov (drums & backing-vocals). Adrian defines their music as “aggressive energetic rock with a melodramatic twist in it”.

Although the band has had a number of different line-ups, Adrian considers the realistic and proper starting point to be the arrival of Matey behind the drums in 2007. A childhood friend to Dimo, he responded to Dimo’s Skype mood which stated that the band was looking for either a drummer or a bass player.

With only 3 to 4 rehearsals behind their backs, they entered a battle of the bands competition and won second place, therefore winning themselves a spot on the annual “Celebration for George” Bulgarian festival. In 2008, the band claimed the Grand Prix and 2 more awards on the Nessebar Pop & Rock Competition, defeating over 40 other bands & performers. Since then Viperfish (previously performing as ‘Evolution’) began playing frequently in most of Sofia’s clubs and made a name for themselves in the underground scene as one of the most aggressive and energetic live bands around.

On Christmas Day 2009 they self-released their debut EP to the Bulgarian public – the CD was entitled “SymbioGenesis”. “Stain” was released as the first single and topped Z-Rock Radio’s Main Rock Chart for 12 consecutive weeks. The band was featured in the Bulgarian Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the 4 most prominent rock acts in the country at that time.


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