Bad news for fans of nazi muzak in Croatia, as a band with links to failed MMA clothing company Hoelzer Reich is arrested and another nutzi pop concert, organised by a fascist groupuscule known as ‘Hrvatskih Nacionalista’, is curtailed.
Zagreb – Authorities in Croatia have arrested and charged six people over an attempt to organize a concert of German neo-Nazi band, local media reported Sunday.
The band, Blue Max, were due to play in Krizevci, a small town in central Croatia.
The police banned the concert on Saturday night and arrested more than 30 people, including eight Germans and one Italian citizen.
The majority of arrested, aged between 20 and 30, were released after midnight, but six Croats were charged for displaying Nazi insignias, verbally assaulting police officers and not reporting the concert to authorities.
The concert was to feature two Croatian bands as well. – Sapa-dpa
Further reports in one of them foreign languages: Spriječen neonacistički koncert!, February 20, 2010 | Najavljen neonacistički koncert kod Križevaca, TJ, Danas.hr, February 20, 2010 | Glazbeno-desnoradikalna suradnja ne poznaje granice, Deutsche Welle, February 21, 2010 | Među privedenim neonacistima i Mauricio Tromboni iz Pule, iPress.hr, February 21, 2010.
See also : FOTO: ‘Ja sam Josip. Organizator, sto posto rasist i nacionalist’ for BONUS! photos or arrestees.
The Italian d00d appears to be some loser named Mauricio Tromboni.
The gig was intended to feature German oom-pah band Blue Max and a group of local swastika-lickers called Strong Survive. Funnily enough, the SS was scheduled to release a split CD with Polish nutzi band The Gits and Belgian nutzi band Kill Baby Kill in October 2009; sadly, the lead shouter for KBK, Dieter Samoy, committed suicide last month, after being sentenced to two years jail for his role in beating a black man unconscious during an assault in Brussels in 2006. KBK came, saw and conquered Australia in 2008 — those responsible for organising the whirlwind tour have organised another knees-up to take place on the Gold Coast in April, just a few days prior to Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Given their hatred of blacks and propensity to assault them, wrong-coloured members of the public touring the Gold Coast are advised to be alert but not alarmed on the neo-Nazi Big Day Out.
As for Hoelzer Reich, Ed from “We’re not Nazis” Westwall is a member of a super group V – G – C Strikeforce, which includes:
- V – G – C Strikeforce is project from German band Blue Max, Ed from BFG and Westwall and Croatian lads dedicated to expand patriotic music in Croatia conecting with Croats involved in patriotic scene around the world and spreading their message to our country, but also to introduce Croatia [tough?] music to world.
Guitar/Bass/Vocals: Big Ed
Backup vocals: Der Baron
*members of Blue Max
Vocals: Marko (Strong Survive)
Backup: Grga (Strong Survive)
Music: Blue Max
Influences : Westwall, Bound for Glory, Blue Max, Strong Survive.
Bonus Blue Max!
Extra bonus nutzis!