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Metal scene in Poland


bringthepoison 2 | 23
22 Feb 2008  #1
i was just wondering is there a metal scene in poland? i know of a few polish metal bands (behemoth, decapitated) but is there a metal scene?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,388
22 Feb 2008  #2
Yes. I don't know how big though.
rayality 1 | 3
23 Feb 2008  #3
Yes but their bands aren't as big there as they are abroad. Behemoth is the biggest along with Vader and Decapitated.
MaciekTheLocust - | 2
24 Feb 2008  #4
Yes we do have metal scene in poland and also a lot of metal festivals(the biggest in Opole-last year won by "The Mourners" and "Mad Undertaker",smaller ones usually take place in churches and cementaries) there is always lotta metal at metal parties , polish metal fans prefer cans and computer cases
SOBEAR - | 1
24 Feb 2008  #5
Is there a metal scene in Poland???;)
We've got one of the biggest and best scenes. Check bands like: Decapitated, Sceptic, Acid Drinkers, Chainsaw, Lux Occulta, Frontside, 1125, Hunter, Vesania, Hate, Kobong, Pneuma, Antigama, Lost Soul, Corruption, Dies Irae, Faust Again (myspace.com/faustagain) and many, many more.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
24 Feb 2008  #6
Katowice is a really happening place if u r talking about metal gigs. They have some good venues, the best being Spodek. I watched Tool there in 2006. Nokturnal Mortum also played at a place called Megaclub. Poland has a lot of metalheads in general. They could use the release from what can be tough living conditions
OP bringthepoison 2 | 23
24 Feb 2008  #7
ahh ok. thanks everyone this was very helpful
Prince 15 | 590
20 Nov 2008  #8
Kat - Cmok-Cmok, Mlask-Mlask

VADER "Helleluyah (God Is Dead)"



BEHEMOTH - Slaves Shall Serve
dat 2 | 62
20 Nov 2008  #9
Decapitated

That's an awesome name for a metal band. hahahha
Cheery 10 | 126
20 Nov 2008  #10
I really, really liked Lux Occulta's older material.. their demo and first album had nice, slow paced melodic tunes. Dionysos was decent fast paced, Emperor esque melodic Black Metal... I don't like anything so much beyond those, after that Decapitated guy, Vogg, joined, they turned into some lame tech metal... Mother and the Enemy had some interesting songs here and there, but not the tracks that are Metal... Curse Vogg..

The main thing that makes Behemoth is Inferno, his drumming is insane. Listen to Azarath, a Polish Brutal Death Metal band; the drumming is pure slaughter.
April
21 Mar 2009  #11
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Metal Clubs in Warsaw

Hi!
Can someone direct me to some Metal/Industrial/Rock clubs or bars in Warsaw?
Thanks in advance! :)
XXY
22 Mar 2009  #12
Try metalcave.com and progresja.com
Guest
12 Apr 2009  #13
PNEUNA is really good the new stuff will kick ass.
I had the chance to listen to it KRUKO is my cousin.
Arita - | 2
13 Apr 2009  #14
Poland has a lot of good metal bands. Black/death metal and thrash bands :Infernal War,Vesania, Totem, Acid Drinkers, Damnation, Anima Damnata, Throneum, Azarath, The No Mads, Infatuation of Death,Pandemonium, Trauma, Cicatrix, Dies Irae, Mordor, Prosecutor, Dark Opera, Holly Death, Mortify, Ascaris, North, Azazel,Dissenter,Archeon, Made of Hate,

Hunter, Virgin Snatch, Frontside, Jesus Chrysler Suicide, Darzamat, Graveland, Christ Agony,
Iperyt,ARkona, Infernum, Xantotol,Throneum, Reinfection,Damnable,Lost Soul,Cryptic Rites, Yattering,Evilfeast.Thunderbolt,Tenebrosus,Black Altar,Trauma,Sceptic,ODI PROFANUM VULGUS,Calm Hatchery,Toxic Bonkers,Violent Dirge... and many others.

In Poland, black death metal almost as popular as in Scandinavia.
BrutalButcher - | 391
18 Jan 2010  #15
Jan 18, 10, 00:16 - Thread attached on merging:
Polish metal bands??!

Yeah....does anyone know about some cool Polish metal bands?
Ajb 6 | 232
18 Jan 2010  #16
All your sins - Amazing band from Głogów!

also Fucktory also from Głogów!

you can find them from google!
BrutalButcher - | 391
18 Jan 2010  #18
Fucktory

Funniest/worst name for a band ever.
learn polish - | 46
18 Jan 2010  #19
As for the clubs:

No Mercy s a well known club with metal/gothic parties going on there (although I've never been there), and Club Rock is a nice place with music of various degrees of "heaviness" on various days.

Btw. the best metal band name I've ever heard was "Cryptic Vomit", and they had a song (for lack of a better word) called "I throw my crap on your car". Epic.
Ajb 6 | 232
18 Jan 2010  #20
Funniest/worst name for a band ever.

I know, they think its amazing though!
Cheery 10 | 126
18 Jan 2010  #21
I really liked the MidnightDate demos, Nera actually sounded really good... then she joined Darzamat =\....

Scandinavian metal is really good.. but very formulaic now...
jonni 16 | 2,485
18 Jan 2010  #22
I agree - I can't tell the difference between one ' song' and the next, let alone any difference between the bands.

Thomas Karlsson and Therion (I suppose they're metal) do some interesting stuff (when you can actually make out Karlsson's lyrics), but so much of it is just grinding assonance.
BrutalButcher - | 391
18 Jan 2010  #23
Scandinavian metal is really good.. but very formulaic now...

Blame the new wave of metalcore, which I think it's one of the worst things ever to happen to metal, after hip hop. All bands are playing in C minor, writting songs that sound all the same, wearing DC clothes, make-up, emo haircuts and so on.

Prog metal is the future.
Cheery 10 | 126
18 Jan 2010  #24
I like Ihsahn's solo work... though his voice gets really grating after a while... Other than that I can't really get into the 'progressive' stuff.
Wroclaw Boy
18 Jan 2010  #25
Slavs don't have talent for metal...leave it to the vikings!....and to the jews in my case HAH!

Funny but when i think Metal i dont think Jew.

There are a bunch of talented Jewish musicians out there and some of them are playing in metal bands

So youre already back peddling now youve been flagged. It would stand to mathematical averages that SOME ethnic Jews born in America would end up playing in metal bands.

How many are actually from israel?

Mike Portnoy

Mike is ethnically Jewish but does not practice Judaism religiously

Scott Ian or Jordan Rudess

Were both born to Jewish families in New York thats it. In anycase youve mentioned three from thousands so hardly anything to brag about is it runt?

So youre statement yet again is just bull Shite as usual..

How many should I mention?

Considering your brag a few more than three even better one complete Jewish succesful metal band atleast i would say.

How many British people exist? How many are playing in great metal bands like Iron Maiden?

Statistically many more than Jews thats for sure. Arent you a musician? based on that you should be more qualified than anyone hewre to post accurate facts and figures.

Face it even a subject like Music which is your full time occupation and you cant even provide accurate information, what hope have you got of getting anything else right.
Cheery 10 | 126
21 Jan 2010  #26
I just listen'd to Darzamat's 'Solfernus' Path' all the way through, and it's actually really good. I was sceptical about it for a bit because the sample they gave out was blah, but the record itself has a lot of really good material.... I hope they keep at it, and I'll just forget about the previous atrocities when they were signed with Metal Mind; they to have achieved more creative freedom.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 Feb 2010  #27
youtube.com/watch?v=joEAb_y7ZYA
this is a Norwegian group. Poland has Behemoth but are just too loud
Cheery 10 | 126
7 Feb 2010  #28
Listen to Hermh, they're a Polish band similar to what those guys are doing right now.
Dimmu Borgir had a few so so albums in the past, but now they're not very good.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
7 Feb 2010  #29
Hermh, never heard of them but I'll check them out, thanks. I'm forever impressed with the articulation of metalheads whose first language isn't English.
Cheery 10 | 126
7 Feb 2010  #30
Have you listened to Behemoth's older material? Sventevith, particularly?


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