Origin: Belgrade, Serbia
Genres: Thrash Metal

Space Eater  


Prime Bay Area thrash from a band who hails thousands of miles from the Bay Area -- that's Serbia's Space Eater in a nutshell. Formed in 2004 and taking their name from a Gamma Ray song, Space Eater went the usual route of demos and lineup shifts, finally debuting on the I Hate label in 2007 and following up three years later on the new StormSpell label in 2010 with Aftershock. Along the way they sadly lost their vocalist and founding member, Bosko Radisic (his vocals remain on the album in tribute), but they're perservering nonetheless. Style-wise, think classic SF bands like Forbidden, Defiance, or Heathen, and while this isn't a strict retro take, it's clearly more a homage to prime thrash rather than the more modern version. A solid band who hopefully have left their troubles behind and can move forward.

Current Members

Luka Matkovic

guitars/vocals

Dorde Lukovic

guitars

Karlo Testen

bass

Marko Danilovic

drums

Former Members/Guests

Bosko Radisic

vocals RIP: June 3, 2009

Stanislav Sarsanski

guitars

Nemanja Pavlovic

guitars

Vladimir Bogdanovic

drums


Discography



Merciful Angel 
2007 I Hate
  1. MCMXCIX
  2. Bombs Away
  3. Overkill
  4. Deceitful Eyes
  5. The One
  6. Afterlife
  7. Death From Below
  8. Operaphobia
  9. Merciful Angel
  10. Space Eater
  • Bosko Radisic
  • Stanislav Sarsanski
  • Nemanja Pavlovic
  • Karlo Testen
  • Vladimir Bogdanovic

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Lords Of Metal 



Aftershock 
2010 StormSpell
  1. Say Your Prayers
  2. Abort
  3. Divide & Conquer
  4. Up On These Shores
  5. FAA
  6. Quantum Leap
  7. No Retreat
  8. Crush, Kill, Destroy
  9. Anti-Psychiatry
  10. Relationshit
  • Bosko Radisic
  • Luka Matkovic
  • Nemanja Pavlovic
  • Karlo Testen
  • Marko Danilovic




Aftershock 
2010 StormSpell
  1. Say Your Prayers
  2. Abort
  3. Divide & Conquer
  4. Up On These Shores
  5. FAA
  6. Quantum Leap
  7. No Retreat
  8. Crush, Kill, Destroy
  9. Anti-Psychiatry
  10. Relationshit
  • Bosko Radisic
  • Luka Matkovic
  • Nemanja Pavlovic
  • Karlo Testen
  • Marko Danilovic




Passing Through The Fire To Molech 
2014 Pure Steel
  1. Unjagged
  2. Passing Through the Fire to Molech
  3. Daisy Cutter
  4. P.O.W.
  5. Ninja Assassin
  6. A Thousand Plagues
  7. Exhibition of Humanity
  8. Ultra-Violence
  9. Medea
  10. In Hospital
  • Luka Matkovic
  • Dorde Lukovic
  • Karlo Testen
  • Marko Danilovic


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