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Moby Dick

Country of origin:
Hungary
Location:
Sopron
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1980
Genre:
Thrash Metal
Lyrical themes:
Society, Corruption, Decay
Current label:
Nail Records
Years active:
1980-1998, 2002-present
Formed in 1980 by Schmiedl and Mentes, both 14 years old at the time. They named the band after the white whale from the novel by Herman Melville, the next day after they saw the film on Austrian TV. The first song they learned to play was the Led Zeppelin song "Moby Dick".

By 1982, they were playing in front of crowds of 1200 at times and they recorded their first demo in 1983, heavily ...
Current
Béla Budai Drums
See also: ex-Bloody Roots
Norbert Mentes Guitars (1980-present)
See also: Hungarica, ex-Brazzil
Tamás Schmiedl Vocals, Guitars (1980-present)
See also: Bloody Roots
Gábor Gőbl Bass (1988-present)
Past
Miklós Jancsó Bass (1980-1983)
See also: ex-Brazzil
Zoltán Horváth Bass (1980-1981)
Gyula Bindes Drums (1981-1982)
Tamás Rozsonits Drums (1982-1992)
Péter Kőműves Vocals (1982)
Kurt Giczi Bass (1983-1988)
Antal Novák Vocals (1988)
Zsolt Molics Vocals (1989)
See also: Cool Head Klan, Mamut, ex-Dinasty, ex-Sámán, ex-Seneca, ex-Classica, ex-Crossholder
Péter Hoffer Drums (1992-?)
See also: ex-Brazzil, ex-Paranoid, ex-Hungarica
Balázs Bertalan Drums (2002-2003)
See also: Strong Deformity, ex-Extreme Deformity, Pop Art Market, Pop Trash Candies
Béla Budai Drums
See also: ex-Bloody Roots
Norbert Mentes Guitars (1980-present)
See also: Hungarica, ex-Brazzil
Tamás Schmiedl Vocals, Guitars (1980-present)
See also: Bloody Roots
Gábor Gőbl Bass (1988-present)
Miklós Jancsó Bass (1980-1983)
See also: ex-Brazzil
Zoltán Horváth Bass (1980-1981)
Gyula Bindes Drums (1981-1982)
Tamás Rozsonits Drums (1982-1992)
Péter Kőműves Vocals (1982)
Kurt Giczi Bass (1983-1988)
Antal Novák Vocals (1988)
Zsolt Molics Vocals (1989)
See also: Cool Head Klan, Mamut, ex-Dinasty, ex-Sámán, ex-Seneca, ex-Classica, ex-Crossholder
Péter Hoffer Drums (1992-?)
See also: ex-Brazzil, ex-Paranoid, ex-Hungarica
Balázs Bertalan Drums (2002-2003)
See also: Strong Deformity, ex-Extreme Deformity, Pop Art Market, Pop Trash Candies
Added by: UltraBoris Modified by: Krister Jensen
Added on: 2002-08-23 19:44:21 Last modified on: 2017-03-27 09:01:15