Armia (English: Army) is a Polish punk rock and hardcore punk band founded in 1985 by Tomasz Budzynski, Slawomir Golaszewski and Robert Brylewski.
Armia is famous for its use of horn, which was unusual for punk rock bands in the late 80's and 90's.
With Budzynski's poetic (often inspired by philosophy and literature) lyrics and the band's evolving, creative music, Armia has gained popularity and respect over the years and its concerts now attract numerous fans of rock music.
Although Armia's sound has always had its roots in punk rock, the musicians from the band's different lineups have brought other styles into the mix: hardcore, heavy metal, keyboard riffs, sampling, and complex, quasi-orchestral arrangements.
Each of the band's albums sounds different from the rest.
"Legenda” is the band’s sophomore studio album from 1991.