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Eyesburn
Eyesburn
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Eyesburn in 2005
Background information
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Origin Belgrade, Serbia
Genres Hardcore punk, crossover thrash, reggae
1994 – 2007
2011 – 2016
Labels Silver Cross Records, Metropolis Records, B92, Ammonite, PGP-RTS
Crni Zub i Nova Mo?na Organizacija, Dead Ideas, Deca Lo?ih Muzi?ara, Del Arno Band, Plejboj, Sick Mother Fakers, Smoke'n'Soul, Sunshine, Svarog, URGH!
Website www.eyesburn.net
Aleksandar Niki?
Dejan Miljkovi?
Nemanja Koji?
Vladimir Lazi?
Vuka?in Markovi?
Zoran ?uroski
Du?an Petrovi?
Aleksandar Radulovi?
Dalibor Vu?i?
Du?an Petrovi?
Dejan Utvar
Nenad ?ivi?
Ninoslav Filipovi?
Aleksandar Petrovi?

Eyesburn was a Serbian band which combined hardcore punk and crossover thrash with reggae music.

History

1994 - 2007

The band was formed in 1994, and the original line-up featured former Dead Ideas guitarist Nemanja "Kojot" Koji? (guitar, backing vocals), who simultaneously worked as trombonist in Del Arno Band and bass guitarist in Sunshine, Nenad ?ivi? (vocals), former Bloodbath member Aleksandar "Alek" Petrovi? (drums), former URGH! member Vladimir "Laza" Lazi? (bass guitar) and Aleksandar "Gile" Radulovi?. The name, Eyesburn, was chosen as a comment on the Serbian TV programs which "burned the eyes".

The band's first release, the album Freedomized, was recorded live at Belgrade club KST. During this period Eyesburn mostly played in Belgrade clubs, occasionally elsewhere in Serbia. The band also started working on their first studio album, Dog Life. However, the band's vocalist ?ivi? left the band just several weeks before the band started recording in the studio, and Koji? took over the lead vocalist position. The album featured the songs written in English language and a cover of Bob Marley & The Wailers song "Exodus", which featured guest appearance by Del Arno Band vocalist Jovan Mati?.

At the same time, Koji? started playing trombone as well, and the band started musical exploration of other genres, such as reggae, dub and drum & bass. On the various artists compilation Korak napred 2 koraka nazad, the band appeared with a cover version of Haustor song "?ejn".[1] Soon after, Eyesburn recorded their second album Fool Control, featuring a new guitarist, Ninoslav "Nino" Filipovi?. The album was produced by Sa?a Jankovi?. The songs "No Free Time", "Foolin' I & I", "Warning Dub", and others, presented the album as a form of modern rock, metal and breakbeat reggae fusion.

2000s

Nemanja Koji? "Kojot" performing with Eyesburn

In 2001, "Fool Control" and the track "Rizlu ima?, li?nu kartu nema?" appeared on the soundtrack for the film Munje! in which the band appeared as a club band. As a result of their growing popularity, they received an invitation for the pre-election tours "IT'S TIME" and "USE IT (your brain)". The band started performing in former Yugoslav republics and became one of the most active bands in Serbia. During 2001, and 2002, Eyesburn performed at the EXIT festival in Novi Sad.

In late 2001, the band released the CD Gabau!, featuring eight songs, two of which, "No Free Time" and "Foolin' I & I" were recorded live in Belgrade on June 22, 2001. As guests on the album appeared Disciplin A Kitschme drummer Will Parker, percussionist Le?a, and Kanda, Kod?a i Neboj?a vocalist Oliver Nektarijevi?. iN 2002, with the Jamaican dub poet Ank Steadyspear, the band recorded the album Cool Fire - Eyesburn meets Ank Steadyspear. The album was recorded separately, as Ank Steadyspear sent the already recorded vocal sections over the Internet, and the band recorded the music to the recordings. The band appeared live with Ank Steadyspear as an opening act for Lee Scratch Perry.

In 2003, the band released the album Solid, produced by Sa?a Jankovi?, which was more hardcore punk-oriented than the previous release. The band's growing popularity lead to an invitation from Max Cavalera to record together the song "Moses" on the Soulfly album Prophecy and play on the 2004 Prophecy Europe Tour. Koji? also appeared on the Soulfly album Dark Ages, on the song "Innerspirit".

In March 2005, the line-up changed, when Lazi? and Filipovi? left the band, and the new album was recorded by the lineup which included Koji?, Dalibor Vu?i? (bass, clarinet), Aleksandar Petrovi?, Vuka?in Markovi? (trombone), Du?an Petrovi? (baritone saxophone). How Much for Freedom?, recorded in the Novi Sad M Studio and Zemun Cameleon Studio and produced by Boban Mulunovi?, featured the cover version of Bob Marley & The Wailers song "So Much Trouble In The World". The album was released under the PGP-RTS record label in Serbia and Austria. After the album release, the band went on hiatus, and Koji? pursued a solo career.[2]

2011 - 2016

In the spring of 2011, the band reunited in the lineup: Aleksandar Petrovi? "Alek" (drums), Vladimir Lazi? "Laza" (bass), Nemanja Koji? "Kojot" (vocals, trombon), Du?an Petrovi? (saxophone), Aleksandar Niki? "Lale" (guitar), Zoran ?uroski "?ura" (guitar) and Vuka?in Markovi? (trombon, backing vocals).[3] The reunited Eyesburn had their first performance on June 17, 2011, at Belgrade's SKC, on a concert which was a part of the Jelen Top 10 Tour.[4] On September 15, 2012, Eyesburn performed on Warrior's Dance festival, organized by British group The Prodigy and Exit festival, on Novi Sad's Petrovaradin fortress.[5]

In July 2013, the band released their seventh studio album, Reality Check.[6] The album, preceded by singles "Sudden Fall"[7] and "Hold This Way",[8] was produced by Milo? Mihajlovi?[9] and mastered by Jens Bogren.[10] In December 2015, Eyesburn released a new single called "Dream is Over".[11]

In July 2016, Koji? announced that the band ended their activity.[12]

Discography

Eyesburn performing live at Exit festival in 2006

Studio albums

  • Dog Life (1998)
  • Fool Control (2000)
  • Gabau! (2001)
  • Cool Fire (with Ank Steadyspear; 2002)
  • Solid (2003)
  • How Much for Freedom? (2005)
  • Reality Check (2013)

Live albums

  • Freedomized (1995)

Other appearances

  • "Silence Of The Twilight" (Witness Of The 1st Discussion; 1995)
  • "?ejn" (Korak napred 2 koraka nazad; 1999)
  • "Rizlu ima?, li?nu kartu nema?" / "Fool Control" (Muzika iz filma 'Munje!'; 2001)

References

  1. ^ Korak napred 2 koraka nazad at Discogs
  2. ^ "COYOTE HORNSMAN - Coyote Meets Terrortone Sound Production /". Popboks.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Eyesburn ponovo na okupu!". Balkanrock.com. Archived from the original on 2011-04-18. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Finale Jelen Top 10 turneje - Beograd", balkanrock.com Archived 2011-06-10 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ "Prodigy spektakl pred 20.000 ljudi", b9.net
  6. ^ "Eyesburn koncertom 6. jula promovi?e novi album, blic.rs
  7. ^ "Pogledajte novi spot Eyesburna", balkanrock.com Archived 2012-08-15 at the Wayback Machine.
  8. ^ "Eyesburn imaju novi spot: 'Hold this way'", balkanrock.com Archived 2012-12-30 at the Wayback Machine.
  9. ^ "Eyesburn - Reality Check", balkanrock.com
  10. ^ "Koncertna promocija novog Eyesburn albuma na Zvezdari", balkanrock.com Archived 2013-06-10 at the Wayback Machine.
  11. ^ http://www.popflock.com/video?id=dHaIozTzAJI
  12. ^ "Eyesburn prestali sa radom", balkanrock.com

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