Adrian Tymanowski Marcin Gliszczyński Marcin Tymanowski Tomek Stelmaszek Daniel Kruz

Adrian Tymanowski

Marcin Gliszczyński

Marcin Tymanowski

Tomek Stelmaszek

Daniel Kruz

About the band

Daimonion comes from Piotrkow Trybunalski, Poland. Their music may be called atmospheric rock with a lot of climate, space and dark anxiety. The band has always had good reception live and this form of contacting fans is the band's favourite. Daimonion has produced several demo and live tapes and CDs, as well as one full-length studio album, entitled 'Daimonion', offically released on June, 15th 2007 by Love Industry, an indie label from Łodz, Poland. Their songs were included in several medleys, e.g. the one accompanying the 2001 edition of the Castle Party festival in Bolkow, PL, which left the band with a great deal of warm memories of participating in five of its editions. The band was also present on a DVD medley released by Metal Mind Records entitled 'In Goth We Trust', issued to show an overview of the Polish dark and gothic scene.



- the band originates from the ashes of a local formation called Kwiaty Doktora Waleriana

- the first official line-up:

Marcin Tymanowski - vocal
Marcin Gliszczynski - guitar
Tomasz Stelmaszek - acoustic guitar
Adrian Tymanowski - bass
Robert Marcinkowski - drums

- the first demo tape including early versions of: "Noc", "Obled", "Torami Twojej Produkcji", "Kolory" and "Styks"

- participation in the last edition of the cult Polish rock music festival in Jarocin. The concert entitled "Dark Night" featured also Opposition, Ziyo, Fading Colours, Pornografia or Moonlight

- performances at the first three editions of Castle Party (Grodziec)

- Mokotowska Jesien Muzyczna (Warsaw) - III prize in the contest (after Myslowitz and Atmosphere)

- recording session at the Radio Lodz studio - several songs including "Darkness", "Wiatr", "Poza Toba", and a trance remix version of "Wiatr" by Maciej Werk (Hedone)

- gig with Love Like Blood and Breath of Life in Korona (Cracow)

- period of sound and composition experiments in a home studio

- new drummer - Daniel Kruz, so far banging the skins for Rain

- Tomek Stelmaszek quits - no acoustic guitarist for a while

- the band's activity is suspended until the end of 1997


- subsequent editions of Castle Party (Bolkow)

- new acoustic guitarist - Rafal Michalak

- participation in the Halo!Gramy festival organised by the Polsat TV station

- recording session for the first studio album entitled 'Daimonion'

- new guitarist to replace Rafal Michalak - Arek Tytus de Ville Sawicki, formerly Pornografia

- gig at Forty - a club in Wroclaw - extensive fragments thereof are included in the 'Forty' promo CD

- new drummer - Marcin Machine Szewczyk

- Dark Nation Day I festival, Vienna

- Daniel Kruz returns behind the drumset

- Dark Nation Day II, Vienna

- gigs along the Autumn 2002 tour of Closterkeller

- another period of hybernation


- one time performance at the Dark East Music Meeting festival in Warsaw with Gerard Klawe as guest drummer. Other bands at the festival were No Signal Detected, God's Own Medicine, Gray/scale, Forgotten Sunrise and Believe. A festival compilation was released with Daimonion's cover of "Here Comes the Rain Again" by Eurythmics


- official reactivation

- new drummer - Gerard Klawe (Closterkeller, Jezabel Jazz, Rezerwat, Moskwa)

- inaugural concert at Proxima (Warsaw) with Closterkeller and Via Mistica (Abracadabra Gothic Tour)

- gig at Rock'n'Roll pub in Piotrkow - filmed to provide the basis of the 2007 promotional DVD+CD package

- official premiere of the so-far unreleased 'Daimonion' album

- works on the material for the second full-length album