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Armia Arrives
March 4, 2009    wersja polska »
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Polish punk-rock and hard-core band Armia will give a concert at Warsaw's Stodoła Club March 11.

The band, founded in the mid-1980s by guitarist Robert Brylewski, vocalist Tomasz Budzyński, and saxophonist Sławomir Gołaszewski, combines punk rock with mystic poetry and regular guitar sounds. In its current lineup, Armia uses instruments such as the French horn-played by Krzysztof "Banan" Banasik-the fiddle, saxophone, cello and flute.

Armia performed at the Stodoła Club in 2006 when it marked its 20 years on the Polish music scene. It released its ninth and latest album, Der Prozess, on Jan. 28 this year. The album was inspired by Franz Kafka's novel of the same name.

March 11, Stodoła Club, 10 Batorego Street
Time: 7 p.m., Tickets: zl.30, 33
www.stodola.com.pl; www.eventim.pl; www.ticketonline.pl
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