SOUTHERN STORM BIOGRAPHY
Southern Storm was a heavy/progressive metal band from Tuzla (Bosnia and Herzegovina). The band was founded in December 1998 by Dario Havel and Damir Sinanovic, former members of Postmortem. Shortly after, they were joined by Emir Hot, who had recently left Neon Knights. Emir and Southern Storm parted ways in 2003 due to Emir’s other obligations. He was replaced by Samir Sinanovic.SOUTHERN STORM GENRES
Adnan Omerovic, former Grotesk bass guitarist, had to leave Southern Storm after a year for personal reasons and was replaced by Mario Vilusic, the ex member of Neon Knights. For quite some time Southern Storm was lacking a lead singer. Nevertheless, first songs were recorded. Elvis Garagic, then the lead vocal of Dugi Put, gave it a try and they were a perfect match.
The music style of Southern Storm in the early stage was defined as melodic heavy rock with progressive and ethnic motives. Later they used to say they play "Heavy" as their music was influenced by bands that have one word in common, and that is "Heavy". The music was created in a modern way, using ethno motives that are melodically and rhythmically characteristical of the surrounding area.
Southern Storm released one studio album named 1999. They were preparing to record another album when the band suddenly fell apart. To this day there are no indications the band might reunite.
SOUTHERN STORM LYRICAL THEMES
Fantasy, History, War
SOUTHERN STORM ORIGIN
Bosnia and Herzegovina (Tuzla), formed in 1998
SOUTHERN STORM CURRENT RECORD LABEL
SOUTHERN STORM STATUS
SOUTHERN STORM CURRENT LINE-UP
Elvis Garagic - Vocals
Dario Havel - Guitars
Samir Sinanovic - Guitars
Mario Vilusic - Bass
Damir Sinanovic - Drums
SOUTHERN STORM PREVIOUS LINE-UP
Emir Hot - Guitars