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Founded as the musical chapter of political cultural movement NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst/New Slovenian Art) by Tomaz Hostnik and Miran Mohar, both members of the Yugoslavian army.
Laibach's first multimedia project 'Rdeci Revirji' (Red Districts) was banned by the authorities before they even performed it [September 1980]. In 1982, Laibach made their first concert followed by other shows around Yugoslavia but vocalist Tomaz Hostnik committed suicide. He was replaced by Milan Fras.
After being signed by the British label, Mute Records, in the eighties, Laibach emerged as one of the best industrial music bands. 

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