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Схоластика invades Serbia for the second time!

by Ivona Bogner
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Russian thrash metal band Схоластика have been already in Serbia in March 2016. The tour included three cities: Novi Sad, Kruševac and Belgrade where they played at Necro Neurectomy Fest #2, Two years later, in March 2018, Russian veterans are back to the crime scene. This time, mini tour will include four cities:

March 15th, Caffe Bar Zeppelin, Šabac;
March 16th, Club Zamajac, Kruševac;
March 17th, Black Stage Club, Niš;
March 18th, Club Fest, Zemun (Belgrade).

They will share the stage with band Kuga in Niš, while Scaffold will support them in Kruševac and Zemun.

Схоластика was formed in the City of Bryansk, Russia, at the end of 80ties under the name Третий Вавилон. Soon, the band changed name to F. N. Y. Since 1992, they perform under the name Схоластика. Before debut album, five demos were released ″Полигон″ (1991), ″Экскурсия во вражеский тыл″ (1993), ″Контрольный выстрел″ (1994), ″Портрет герцога Альбернбаггера″ (1997) and ″На абордаж″ (2013). In 2013 Схоластика finally released first full length album ″На абордаж″. Second one ″Солнце на ладони″ was released in 2016.

Scaffold is old school death metal bend, formed in the City of Zemun in 1992. In 25 years long career, band released two full length albums (“The other Side of Reality” and “Like the Devil in the Church Extended”), two live albums (“The Other Side of Reality Live” and “At Dinner With Cannibals”), EP (“Like Devil in the Church”) and split (“Scaffold/Karakondžula”). Supporting Схоластика, Scaffold will promote their latest single released in May 2017, “Years of Decadence”.

Kuga, thrash metal band from Belgrade, was formed in 2003. Band has several demos and single “Sile zla” behind and full length album “Najcrnje noći” 2011 (Sade Records, Mexico). The band is currently working on second full length album “Vatra u nama”. Over the years, Kuga remained faithfull to 80ies sound and Serbian lyrics.

Ticket price is surprisingly low: 150 RSD in Šabac and 200 RSD in Kruševac, Niš and Zemun. So, what are you waiting for?

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