Origin: Poland
Genres: Death Metal
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Esqarial  


Esqarial is one of several bands comprising a healthy Polish death metal scene, and while they aren't as brutal as, say, Vader, they are one of the better death bands to come from that country, balancing crunchy riffing with a keen sense of technicality while still writing good songs. After three solid albums released between 1999 and 2002, the band made an interesting and bold move for their next project, hiring noted vocalist Grzegorz Kupczyk from one of Poland's old guard, Turbo, as a guest singer. The resulting album, Klassika, shows a very different side to the band, as not only are the vocals completely non-death, the songs themselves are more rooted in traditional metal rather than their regularly adventurous death style.

Current Members

Marek Pajak

guitars/vocals (Vader)

Bartek Nowak

guitars/backing vocals

P. Ludendorf

bass

Banday

drums

Former Members/Guests

Grzegorz Kupczyk (guest)

vocals (Turbo)

Dariusz Witkowski

guitars

Bartosz Wozniak

drums


Discography



Amorphous 
1999 Pagan
  1. On The Edge
  2. Butcher
  3. Galley (Intro)
  4. Obsession
  5. The Earth
  6. Invocation (Intro)
  7. Silent Lamentation
  8. Amorphous
  9. Centurion (Intro)
  10. Reality (Graveyard Caves)
  11. The Earth (Instrumental version)
  • Marek Pajak
  • Dariusz Witkowski
  • P. Ludendorf
  • Bartosz Wozniak




Discoveries 
2001 Empire
  1. World In Flames
  2. Kill All Of Them
  3. Travel In Past
  4. Sacred War
  5. Nightmare
  6. Unreal
  7. Atlantis
  8. New Land
  9. True Lies
  10. Guitar Explosions
  • Marek Pajak
  • Dariusz Witkowski
  • P. Ludendorf
  • Bartosz Wozniak

Reviews:   Metal Observer 



Inheritance 
2002 Empire
  1. Inheritance
  2. Everlasting Wanderers
  3. Broken Link
  4. Flying Over The Treetops
  5. A Pure Formality
  6. Catching The Falling Knife
  7. The Source Of Constraint
  8. The Day When The Sun Went Out
  9. Two Minutes Two Fullmoon
  10. Killing For Killing Time
  11. Fire
  • Marek Pajak
  • Bartek Nowak
  • P. Ludendorf
  • Bartosz Wozniak

Reviews:   Blabbermouth  Lords Of Metal  Metal Observer 



Klassika 
2004 Empire
  1. Prelude D-moll
  2. Toy Soldier
  3. Requiem
  4. Eye Of The Cyclone
  5. El Fuego
  6. Timequake
  7. True Lies
  8. Sleeping In The Flame
  9. Moonlight Sonata
  10. Pure Formality
  • Grzegorz Kupczyk
  • Marek Pajak
  • Bartek Nowak
  • P. Ludendorf
  • Bartosz Wozniak




Burned Ground Strategy 
2008
  1. Alarm!
  2. Mors Tua Vita Mea
  3. Experiment Fear
  4. Devastated Harmony
  5. Children's Crusade
  6. They're Coming...
  7. Burned Ground Strategy
  8. Operation Totentanz
  9. Question of Honour
  10. The Colour of Your God
  11. Cyanide Candies
  • Marek Pajak
  • Bartek Nowak
  • P. Ludendorf
  • Banday


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