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Tuesday 20th September 2011

Poland's Pospolite Ruszenie release EP

A BAND from Poland, Pospolite Ruszenie who describe their music as "medieval rock metal" have released the EP 'Swiebodosc' (the title coming from a medieval popular song meaning "a generosity"). Pospolite Ruszenie's hard rock music also utilises period instuments including shawms, recorders, bagpipes, hurdy-gurdy, vielle and viola da gamba while their lyrics are taken from Old Polish poetry. CR

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Posted by Aaron in Poland @ 19:30 on Sep 21 2011

I love this band. This is my favourite opposite Illuminandi. Thans for news.

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