Offering an eclectic mixture of punk, classical elements, and Slavic folk, the Polish group Ankh is becoming one of the most critically lauded and popular progressive rings within their nation. Using the entirety of their lyrics sung in Polish, the group mixes classically inspired violins and violas using a punk tempo section and distorted guitars. Ankh was produced in Kielce, Poland, in 1991 by Piotr Krzemiñskiing (electric guitar, vocals), Micha Jelonek (violin, keyboards), Jacek Gabryszek (drums, percussion), and Krzysztof Szmidt (bass). In 1993, they made an appearance on the Jarocin Rock and roll Celebration where they gained an archive five awards. Their first discharge was an eponymous cassette (afterwards Compact disc) released the next year. Afterwards in 1994, the music group released a restricted edition album offering unplugged variations of both previous and recent materials, Ankh-Koncert Akustyczny. 1995’s Ziemia i Slonce (“THE PLANET EARTH and sunlight”) discovered the group growing their sound and developing as artists. More than the next few years, the music group toured Poland to mass levels of vital and popular compliment. In 1997, they agreed upon to a fresh record label, Folk, so when Gabryszek still left the music group, they changed him with both Andrzej Rajski and Adam Rainfall. Furthermore, Ankh added a viola participant, Lukasz Lisowski, for a few concerts and record monitors. 1998’s ….Bêdzie Tajemnic found a greater focus on tempo as well as the usual distorted guitar and violin noises. That year aswell, the band documented their initial video; for the one, “Blaaza.” In 1999, Ankh made an appearance on the Rio Art Rock and roll Festival 1999.