Bombarder

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Bombarder
OriginSarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina
GenresSpeed metal, thrash metal
Years active1986 – present
LabelsPanonija Koncert, Explosive Records, One Records, Walk Records
Associated actsAbonos
WebsiteOfficial MySpace
MembersNenad Kovačević
Ivan Maksić
Predrag Šarić
Milan Janković
Gvozden Racić
Past membersMaho Šiljdedić
Zlatko Slatinac
Jasmin Lamađema
Senad Ljubunčić
Senad Marava
Fadil Ramadanović
Jakša Vlahović
Rastko Ličina
Edin Jusić

Bombarder (Serbian Cyrillic: Бомбардер; trans. Bomber) is a Serbian and former Yugoslav speed/thrash metal band. Bombarder was originally formed in 1986 in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, at the time part of SFR Yugoslavia. During the Bosnian War, during which guitarist Maho Šiljdedić lost his life, vocalist Nenad Kovačević moved to Serbia, where he reformed Bombarder in the new lineup.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Speed Kill (1989)
  • Bez milosti (1989)
  • Crni dani (1995)
  • Ko sam ja (1997)
  • Ledena krv (2003)
  • Ima li života prije smrti (2010)
  • Okot iz pakla (2016)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Bez balads - Najbolje (2000)

Video albums[edit]

  • Bombarder: Sarajevo - Novi Sad (1991)

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