Sick Mother Fakers

Sick Mother Fakers

SMF, short for Sick Mother Fakers (aka Sick Mother Fuckers), is a hardcore punk band formed in February 1989, in Belgrade, Serbia. The band mixes late eighties crossover thrash into a more modern form and is influenced by many different genres. Most of SMF's songs have sarcastic and absurd themes.

Band members

  • Sale - vocal
  • Dare - guitar
  • Francuz - bass
  • Boris - drums


* "Dalje neces moci... " (1995)
* "Lako cemo" (1998)
* "Ma kome majku?" (2007)


* Decak iz Junkovca by Dejan Zecevic (1995) - a movie about Radomir Belacevic, Serbian film director, actor, producer and a writer.


External links

* [ SMF official wesite]
* [ IMDB info on movie Decak iz Junkovca (1995)]

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