“Cialo Obce” translates to “foreign body” or “alien body”
Morus – Cialo Obce
Catalogue Number: IMB6040
Released 15th June 2018 as a collaboration between Morus and UNREST, RUIN NATION, IRON MAN RECORDS, LAST HOUR, TRUJACA FALA.
Morus started as a band around 2012 in Warsaw. The group went through several name changes and played a few gigs around poland – mostly at squats or independent clubs/places. The band played some DIY festivals inlcuding ‘ultra chaos punx picnic’ in żelebsko and “outside fest” in Wojcieszów, both in 2016.
Morus recorded their first demo in 2012, the second one in 2016 – they can be still found on bandcamp.
“We put our hearts in it, and time and effort, of course. It’s honest. It’s Punk. The music is fast but melodic. I think about the lyrics I write carefully. They’re angry and political but also Poetic, stuff that is important to me, to us, things that are difficult to deal with, stuff that hurts, rather sad and depressing… ” Nika – Morus
Morus has been released on “outside fest vol. V” compilation by ATMAN and “VYVES” compilation by TOO CIRCLE.
“MORUS is a fairly well recognised Polish punk band that throughout its 6 years of ins and outs of existence managed to play well established punk festivals and release two demos.
This uptempo hardcore punk gives you a well deserved rest from your d-beat crust acts or whatever noise rules your stereo. Those of you who have dug some Polish punk should be no strangers to DEZERTER and POST REGIMENT. Mix the two and you get something that I have been longing for a long time. Whilst DEZERTER (the 90s and on) has always been too “clean” for me and POST REGIMENT too rocky at times, MORUS manage to bring the perfect mix of dirty sounding guitars and slightly distorted vocals, finishing it off with punk production of the record, which is not DEZERTER and POST REGIMENT derived.
Do not expect a lot of break-your-neck speed here, but do expect tempo changes and the invitation to travel through the ills of this society, so you give yourself a moment to reflect over the so-called modern life. Women’s expected role in life, government and media control, domestic relations and the good old rebellion stance.
Well produced, designed and delivered by MORUS. This is the vinyl record I needed in the late 80s and early 90s to trade with friends from Europe. Timeless.”
You can buy the album now from the Iron Man Store here: https://ironmanrecords.net/product/morus-cialo-obce-vinyl/