Members of Licho, S., Wędrowcy~Tułacze~Zbiegi and Strzępy got together two years to take a different musical approach post-rock, black metal and experimental music. Now that collective, going under the name Koniec Pola have released their debut album, Cy.
The name Koniec Pola can be translated from Polish to mean “The End of the Field” and that’s also apt for the album they have created. Cy, is a story about a specific place – imaginarium. This is an area of the Polish village Zalesie, lying near the Kozienice Forest, where the local folk are mixed with post-modernity. The project’s music is strongly connected to the lyrics and may sound like a radio play at times. In addition to using typical rock instruments, the band members have utilised tools and instruments that they created themselves.
Koniec Pola feature Artur (Compositions, guitar), Dominik (Texts, vocals, guitar), Patyr (ass), Grzegorz (Drums) and Szturpak (Vocals, drums).
Cy was recorded both in studios and literally out in the field – One track was recorded in the form of a film with the sound recorded and produced by Nihil (Furia, Morowe). The final version of the album was recorded in its entirety at studio Kola in Huminska, and mixed and mastered by Haldor. Cy will be released on 28 March 2018 through Devoted Art Propaganda.