DreDDup is a massacre industrial band from Novi Sad, Serbia, but they like to call their music demonic electronic as well.
Band is one of the pioneers of this kind of sound in the region because they are active since 1997. This year DreDDup is celebrating band’s 20th birthday and a release of their seventh studio album, DeathOven (Rebels Have No Kings)!
Their performances are most often characterized as energetic, dangerous and theatrical presentations, with on stage fire, skin cutting, demolition, nudity and latex heavily included in their live shows.
DreDDup’s sound is constantly evolving, mixing 90s rave & electro music, experimental electronics and EBM with noise punk, industrial rock, big beat and even adding rapcore, dark rock and electro core into the cauldron. Their latest studio album contains influences from early 80s EBM and electro music filled with big beat and industrial rock elements.
DreDDup’s music was featured on several multimedia projects, movies and even History Channel World War II documentaries. They are one of the rare bands from the region to have several European tours, teaming up with some of the most acclaimed acts from the industrial scene. Also they have opened for big-time bands such as The Prodigy, Marilyn Manson, Skrillex, Deathstars, Toy Dolls and Laibach among others.
DreDDup is currently working on their new album with working title ‘Soyuz’.
Inquisitor – vocals / electronics
boRA – drums / percussions
Armageddon – guitar
Mr.Attack – bass
2016 – DeathOven (Rebels Have No Kings) | TBA (RS)
2014 – I dreamt of a Dragon | Lampshade Media (RS)
2012 – Nautilus | Miner Recordings (RS) & Glory & Honour (UK)
2011 – dreDDup | dPulse Records (USA), SKCns (Serbia)
2009 – El Conquistadors | Beast Of Prey (Poland), Insurrection Records (Serbia)
2007 – Future Porn Machine | Insurrection Records (Serbia)
2004 – Mr.Borndead’s Feast | MoocSound Records (Holland)
2001 – Transfusion 219 [ep] | DIY
1998 – Total Noise [ep] | Crime:Scene Records (Serbia) (re-release in 2013)
1998 – Abnormal Waltz [demo] | DeadKnife Records (USA) (re-release in 2007)