An original voice on the Polish metal scene, though it’s more than just metal. It’s a breath of fresh air, even though something about it stinks. It’s a band made up of provocations, of flashes of genius and whiffs of absurdity, and of trolling online and at live shows. Gruzja lampoons black-metal clichés (and more) in a community that’s dead serious about its image, drawing shouts of enthusiasm and hostile muttering. Gruzja has three albums under its belt, the last of which is the soundtrack to a priest simulator video game. Gruzja doesn’t give a rat’s ass what we write about them.