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Warsaw, Poland (2000 – present)

Antigama is the unruly and unrestricted projection of a noncomformistic attitude towards the noise.

The band was formed in the late 2000 in Warsaw, Poland by Sebastian Rokicki on guitars and Krzysztof Bentkowski on drums. Soon after they were joined by Lukasz Myszkowski on vocals and Macio Moretti on bass and recorded their first album Intellect Made Us Blind, released shortly after.

In September 2001 they went on a short tour Grind Manifesto along with Poland’s Damnable and Italy’s Brainwash.

The bassist changed, as Michal replaced Macio. With the new line-up, the band recorded a split CD with Jan Fredericx’s (Agathocles) project, Jan Ag. Antigama contributed a set of covers of their native precursors, Siekiera.

Shortly after the band played at the Grind Manifesto Tour 2002 with Italy’s Nefas and Bastard Saints and Poland’s Pignation and Toxic Bonkers.

In January 2003 Antigama recorded Promo 2003, a sample of the upcoming material. The CD consisted of 3 new songs and a cover of “Anything is Mine” by Godflesh. In July, Antigama put out the experimental East Clintwood, initially meant for a split CD with Japan’s Deranged Insane. In September the band took part in the 3rd edition of the Grind Manifesto tour together with Poland’s Third Degree and Pignation.


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