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Progressive/Melodic Death Metal
In the Bible, Malchus is the servant of the Jewish High Priest Caiaphas who participated in the arrest of Jesus. One of the disciples, Simon Peter, being armed with a sword, cut off the servant's ear in an attempt to prevent the arrest of Jesus.
1. Wróg nr. 1 03:36
2. Dom zły 03:43
3. 77 03:19
4. Otwarte oczy 06:23
5. Z prochu 04:26
6. Matka 04:31
7. Tripudium 02:35
8. ...ale Nas Zbaw 04:54
9. Credo 04:08
We want to take our listeners on a musical journey around the corners of a frustrated young Pole's soul. We don't want to be close-minded and limit ourselves only to heavy sounds. We have added numerous sublime, pompous and catchy melodies to the harcore metal riffs. Our songs can be compared to action movies, where one cannot fall into monotony. The lyrics relate to our spiritualism, and to be more accurate, to our everyday internal struggles. We also wanted to point out the positive aspects of living in 'The Evil House'.
During its 10 years of activity Malchus has been gathering experience on various stages. We performed in clubs, for charity, students and also at international festivals (Slot Art. Festival in Lubiąż, Fryyfest in Nove Mesto Pod Smrkem, Czech Republic).
Our songs were played in various music stations. In Poland they could be heard in Jerzy Szlachta's 'Rock Radio' auditions in Radio Rzeszów and Wojciech Ossowski's 'Musical Peculiarities' in Third Polish Radio Program. In 2011 'Caput Mundi' album was nominated in a plebiscite for the Music Award of Polish Radio Rzeszów - Werbel for the best album of Subcarpathia. We were voted by the audience to receive a second place.
We can also be proud of very good reviews of 'Caput Mundi' and 'Metanoia' in the biggest Polish music magazine 'Teraz Rock'.