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Groupe de musique Punk de Pologne formé en 1983

Siekiera (Axe) was a Polish post-punk band. With fast, aggressive music and lyrics filled with obscenities, the band was a sensation at the 1984 Jarocin Festival. After lineup changes, the band switched to new wave and dissolved in 1988.


Siekiera formed in 1982 or 1983 in Puławy, Poland, under the name of "Trafo". The original line-up consisted of guitarist, Tomasz Adamski, vocalist, Tomasz Budzyński, bass player, Jerzy Janaczek, and drummer, Irek "Borys" Czerniak. They started by playing cover songs of UK Subs and The Exploited. In the autumn of 1983 they changed their name to Siekiera (Polish for "Axe"). The original line-up was Tomasz Adamski (a.k.a. Dzwon) - guitar, leader, the author of all lyrics and music, Tomasz Budzyński (a.k.a. Budzy) - vocals, Dariusz Malinowski (a.k.a. Malina) - bass, and Krzysztof Grela (a.k.a. Koben) - drums. For a while some guy called Piotr Szewczyk played guitar, but they fired him because of his blues influences.

In 1984 they played their first official show in a club "Remont" in Warsaw. They also performed at the Jarocin Festival, and they were well received by the audience. In October 1984, after a performance with TZN Xenna and Youth Brigade, Budzynski left the band following a dispute with Adamski over control in lyric writing. With that line-up they played only 6 shows. After that Budzynski formed a band called Armia (with Robert Brylewski).

Tomasz Adamski reformed Siekiera with two new members: Zbigniew Musinski - drums and Pawel Mlynarczyk - keyboards. Dariusz Malinowski took the vocal duties (besides playing bass). In February 1985 they recorded eight new tracks, some of them were played on the radio. In May and June they recorded some songs for an EP and the Jak Punk to Punk compilation LP. In 1985 they played again at the Jarocin festival, but the orthodox punk public did not like their new wave image and music.

In 1986 Siekiera released their only LP, Nowa Aleksandria - it is influenced mainly by Killing Joke and regarded as one of the greatest Polish albums of all time. In 1987, a new guitarist, Wieslaw Borysewicz, was recruited, and Tomasz Adamski concentrated on singing. In 1987 they also played a mini-tour with Variete a Polish new wave band. Finally, in 1988 they broke up. They were expected to re-form in 1989 with an almost original line up (with Stopa who used to play in Moskwa and Armia as the drummer), but somehow it did not work out.

After Siekiera

Tomasz Adamski's interests shifted towards classical music, particularly J.S. Bach. A published poet, he lives in Puławy. Tomasz Budzyński is still Armia's vocalist and also plays with a Christian band 2Tm2,3. He recently started performing solo, and his music and lyrics have nothing in common with punk now. Dariusz Malinowski was a member of a band known as Tra-band. Malinowski passed away on 12 December, 2020. Zbigniew Musinski currently resides in Germany. Krzysztof Grela was killed in a pub in Puławy in January 1992.

In 2014, the Polish black metal band Behemoth, covered Siekiera's track "Ludzie Wschodu", on the Australian version of their album The Satanist.In January 2017, the Polish band Drivealone played a full cover concert of Siekiera's album Nowa Aleksandria at Dom Chemika in Puławy.

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Membres du groupe :   Paweł Młynarczyk, Dariusz Malinowski, Zbigniew Musiński, Tomasz Adamski, Krzysztof Grela, Tomasz Budzyński

- Discographie -

5 albums

Siekiera - Ballady Na Koniec Świata

Ballady Na Koniec Świata

2011 - Pologne
Acoustic, Folk
Album CD9 Pistes
Manufaktura Legenda

Siekiera - 1984


2008 - Pologne
Vinyle 12"17 Pistes
W Moich Oczach

Siekiera - Na Wszystkich Frontach Świata

Na Wszystkich Frontach Świata

2008 - Pologne
Album CD Compilation31 Pistes
W Moich Oczach

Siekiera - Jest Bezpiecznie / Misiowie Puszyści

Jest Bezpiecznie / Misiowie Puszyści

1986 - Pologne
Punk, New Wave
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes

Siekiera - Nowa Aleksandria

Nowa Aleksandria

1986 - Pologne
New Wave, Post-Punk
Vinyle 12"10 Pistes

- Vidéos Siekiera -

15 Vidéos


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