The band was formed during Autumn 1986 by lead guitarist and vocalist Ivan Đorđević Ivek. After four years, on Autumn 1990, the band’s first recordings were released on the Nova Aleksandrija various artists compilation Jašući do ekstaze, featuring two of the band’s songs, along with the newly-formed acts such as Darkwood Dub, Euforia, Pressing and Klajberi.
On January 1991, the band released the single “Deri kamen”, with “Moj drug” as the B-side, and described their musical style as “Extreme garage rock”. Even though the band had many lineup changes, basist Rudolf Cibulski and drummer Dejan Uvar became the default band members. During the summer of 1992, the band released their debut album Ispod zemlje, produced by former Električni Orgazam member Ljubomir Jovanović Jovec. The tracks “Koska”, “Rođen lud” and “Kad budeš mrtav i beo” were characterized as the prominent. The band also performed at the Gitarijada festival in Zaječar, winning the audience award for the best act of the year, and Brzi Bendovi Srbije where Đorđević won the best guitarist award and the band’s song “Koska” was pronounced the “Rock ‘n’ roll anthem of Serbia”. During the following year, the band often performed at clubs such as the Belgrade’s KST where, on April 9 and 10, with an expanded lineup featuring percussion and saxophone and Srđan Todorović on drums, were joined as guests by Električni Orgazam and Partibrejkers members. The band also performed in Skopje and Kumanovo.
In early 1994, the band released their second album, Izliv radosti, napad sreće, partially featuring live material recorded at KST and new studio recorded material, once again produced by Jovanović. On May of the same year, the Red Luna record label released the compilation album 3, featuring six of the previously released songs along with Pressing and Overdose recordings. The band also appeared on the various artists compilation Radio Utopia (B92: 1989-1994) with the track “Poklon”. The same record label released the band’s debut album with live bonus material. On April 1995, the band held four concerts in Slovenia after which came a break in the band’s work as Đorđević, on several occasions, went to Greece, performing at clubs.
The comeback concert was held at KST on July 1997, where with Đorđević, the lineup featured former Euforia member Srđan Radmilović, and former Kandinsky members, bassist Goran Vujović and drummer Nebojša Dragojlović. With the bassist Milan Popović, the band recorded the album Zauške, produced by Jovanović and Goran Živković. On the nine songs which appeared on the album, as guests were featured Boris Krstajić on synthesizer, Branko Kosar on keyboards, Marijana Nešić, Nikola Đuričko, Boris Milivojević and Nikola Pejak on backing vocals. After the album release, the band ceased to exist.
On November 2006, the band reformed for a concert held at the Akademija in order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band’s formation, and again they rocks…