Teška Industrija

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Teška Industrija
OriginSarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia
GenresHard rock,[1] heavy metal[1]
Years active1974 — 1978, 2007 — present
LabelsJugoton, Croatia Records, Hit Records
Associated actsFadil Toskić, COD, Formula 4, Bijelo Dugme, Divlje Jagode, Vatreni Poljubac
Members
Ivica Propadalo
Vedad Hadžiavdić
Fran Šokić
Robert Domitrović
Lea Mijatović
Past membersFadil Toskić
Seid Memić Vajta
Goran Kovačević
Narcis Lalić
Sanin Karić
Aleksandar Kostić
Sead Trnka
Senad Begović
Munib Zoranić
Marko Lazarić
Gabor Lengyel
Zoran Krga
Darko Arkus
Ivana Gregurić
Zrinka Majstorović
Igor Razpotnik
Dino Olovčić
Alen Mustafić
Admir Ćeremida
Haris Kapetanović
Damjan Brezovec
Marta Kuliš
Mladen Vojičić

Teška Industrija (trans. "Heavy Industry") is a rock band from Bosnia and Herzegovina, based in Sarajevo. The band have released six studio albums.[2] Teška Industrija have had many line-up changes and a 29-year hiatus (1978–2007).

History[edit]

The band was officially formed in 1974 in Sarajevo.[3] Their first line-up featured Fadil Toskić (vocals), Gabor Lengyel (organ), Ivica Propadalo (bass), Senad Begović (drums), and Vedad Hadžiavdić (guitar). They disbanded in 1978, but reformed again in 2007.

Discography[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Wallach, Jeremy; Berger, Harris M.; Greene, Paul D., eds. (2011). Metal Rules the Globe: Heavy Metal Music Around the World. Duke University Press. p. 296. ISBN 978-0-8223-4733-0.
  2. ^ "Diskografija". www.teska-industrija.com. Retrieved 2016-02-22.
  3. ^ http://www.discogs.com/artist/897834-Te%C5%A1ka-Industrija

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