Tankcsapda

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Tankcsapda
Origin Debrecen, Hungary
Genres Heavy metal/Punk (old)
Heavy metal (later)
Modern Rock (now)
Years active 1989-Present
Labels Sony Music
Website http://www.tankcsapda.com
Members Lukács László
Fejes Tamás
Sidlovics Gábor
Past members Cseresznye
Buzsik György
Elek Ottó
Tóth "Labi" Laboncz Attila

Tankcsapda is a Hungarian heavy metal and hard rock band.

History[edit]

Tankcsapda was formed in 1989, in Debrecen, Hungary. The group started off as a power trio with only drums, bass and guitar playing punk rock, but continuously expanded their repertoire with different elements of rock music. They initially performed in small venues and published their album on small independent labels. The band's first important commercial development came in 1995, with the release of their fourth album, Az Ember Tervez (Man Proposes), which has become the first gold record for Tankcsapda.

In 2003, they finally crossed over to the mainstream, with the release of their Élni vagy Égni (To Live or to Burn) album, and two singles off this record: "Be Vagyok Rúgva" ("I'm Drunk") and "Örökké Tart" ("Lasts Forever"). After the mainstream-breaking album of 2003 and the very successful compilation album that followed, they took a left turn and released one of their heaviest albums to date, Mindenki Vár Valamit (Everyone's Waiting for Something), succeeded by a live album Elektromágnes (Electromagnet). Their newest album, released in October 2009, is Minden Jót (Best Wishes).

Discography[edit]

Albums:[1]

  • Baj Van!! (1989) (There Is Trouble!!)
  • Punk and Roll (1990)
  • Legjobb Méreg (1992) (The Best Poison)
  • Jönnek A Férgek (1994) (The Worms Are Comin')
  • Az Ember Tervez (1995) (Man Plans)
  • Eleven (1996) (Vivid/Lively)
  • Cause for Sale (1996)
  • Connektor:567 (1997)
  • Ha Zajt Akartok (1998) (If You Want Noise)
  • Tankológia (1999) (Tankology)
  • Ez Az A ház - Maxi (2000) (This is the House)
  • Agyarország (2001) (Magyarország = Hungary, Agyarország = Tusk Country)
  • Baj Van (2002)
  • Szextárgy - Maxi (2003) (Sex Object)
  • Élni vagy Égni (2003) (Live or Burn)
  • A Legjobb Mérgek - Best Of (2004) (The Best Poisons - Best Of)
  • Mindenki Vár Valamit (2006) (Everyone Waits for Somethin')
  • Elektromágnes (2007) (Electromagnet)
  • Minden Jót (2009) (All the Best)
  • Rockmafia Debrecen (2012)
  • Igazi hiénák (2013)

Band members[edit]

Current lineup[edit]

  • László Lukács – vocals/bass guitar (1993–present); vocals/lead guitar (1989–1993)
  • Tamás Fejes – drums (2000–present)
  • Gábor Sidlovics - guitar (2012-present)

Former members[edit]

  • Attila "Labi" Tóth Laboncz – bass guitar (1989–1993)
  • György Buzsik – drums (1989–1997)
  • Ottó Elek – drums (1997–2000)
  • Levente "Cseresznye" ("Cherry") Molnár – lead guitar (1993–2012)

References[edit]