|Antigama is unrestircted by anything and not-falling-into-patterns look at modern avantgard grindcore and noise.
The band was formed in the late 2000 in Warsaw by Sebastian Rokicki (Different State, Garden Of Worm) and Krzysztof Bentkowski (Sparagmos, Damnable, Monev). After joining of £ukasz Myszkowski (Sparagmos, IN) and Macio Moretti (Starzy Singers, Ma³y Szu, DJ HUJ), Antigama had been working intensively on the first album "Intellect Made Us Blind" which has been released short after that.
Meanwhile Antigama started to play shows regulary next to such a groups as: Tragedy, Toxic Bonkers, Fleas And Lice and many others. In September 2001 little tour called Grind Manifesto 2001 along with Damnable and Brainwash took its place. In 2002 up to then bassist Macio left the band, and Micha³ known before from Reinfection joined on his place.
With such a line-up the band recorded split CD with Jan Fredericx's (Agathocles) project - Jan Ag. Antigama put on that record its song interpetations of national hardcore precursors SIEKIERA. Short after, continuation of Grind Manifesto Tour 2002 followed - this time with italian Nefas, Bastard Saints and native Pignation and Toxic Bonkers. In January 2003 the band recorded Promo 2003, which was sample of incoming new material. The CD consisted of 3 new songs + cover of Godflesh "Anything is mine" that appeared on Godflesh Tribute CD. In July 2003 Antigama recorded experimental material "East Clintwood" with destination to be split CD with Japanese Deranged Insane.
In August 2003 the band shut itself in Selani Studio in Olsztyn, where under the eye of Szymon Czech was recording its second album "Discomfort". In September 2003 Antigama took part in third edition of Grind Manifesto 2003 Tour together with Third Degree and Pignation. At the same time Italian electro/industiral band The Seed remixed, on its own intiative, "Fala" the song taken from "Intelect made us blind". Year 2004 started from few shows and part in Ten Days Grindcore Massacre Tour as headliner together with native Deformed. Spring 2004 brought split CD with Australian band Open Wound. Also premiere of "Discomfort" takes its place on April followed by surprising very good reviews in the country as well as abroad. In June Antigama recorded 6 new songs on 3-way split CD with Third Degree and Herman Rarebell.
Right after that the band got invited on Obscene Extreme Festival 2004 in Czech Republic - the biggest extreme music festival in Europe. 2005 seems to be crucial year for Antigama's works. In March 2005 the band records songs for their 3rd full album entitled "Zeroland". Re-release of "Discomfort" takes place in April and shortly after that long awaited split 7" shared with Bastard Saints from Italy comes out. In August eventually comes vinyl version of "Discomfort" as 12"LP. Early September Antigama plays at Giants Of Grind festival in Germany along with Mesrine, Deppression, Mastic Scum, Jigsore Terror among the others.
November 1st 2005 is official release date of highly anticipated "Zeroland" album! Antigama is controlled and overwhelming chaos.