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Poland’s most hated and loved band, Gruzja, have unleashed a new video with video game-like features to the synth-electronic track “Moda Nienawiści” (translates to “Fashion of Hate” from Polish). The track comes off the band’s latest album “Koniec Wakacji” which was released in October of this year.

The band commented:

“It is a testimony of broad horizons, high social sensitivity and political vigilance. The music video tells the story of Charlie, who ended up in the wrong factory. The painting was created by Wojda and Olejarczyk. Attention! Full of easter eggs!”

Guests on the “Koniec Wakacji” album include Larmo, Mold, Perturbator and unknown people. The author of the album’s graphic design is Zbigniew Bielak. Satanic Audio is responsible for mixing and mastering, while the material was recorded at MAQ Records and in The Basement. The band self-released the album. Greed is the reason behind this decision. The album is available in CD and digital formats.

The album “Koniec Wakacji” can be compared to a history book and a daily news bulletin – it doesn’t offer anything new. It’s a collection of fragments. Fresh and cold, strange and personal. It’s charades in a trench, and a trench in a smartphone. Faces tuned and disarmed. Everything fake and not pretended.

Gruzja is a group of immigrants from Australia drawing on the folklore of Sudan and Sosnowiec. The line-up consists of artists, instrumentalists and vocalists known from Furia, Odraza, Biesy, THAW, Mentor, Licho, Wędrowcy~Tułacze~Zbiegi and several other bands. They released the albums “I iść dalej” (2019) and “Jeszcze nie mamy na was pomysłu” (2019); a split with Neon Scaffold titled “Konflikt” (2020) and a computer game soundtrack album entitled “Vulgator” (2021) for the game Priest Simulator.

Photo credit: Wiktor Franko

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