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Grimus Band
Grimus castigatori GBOB Romania.jpg
Grimus represents Romania at the Global Battle of the Bands 2007 in London
Background information
OriginCluj-Napoca, Transylvania, Romania Romania
GenresAlternative rock
2005 – present
LabelsCramps Records
MembersBogdan Mezofi (Vocals)
Valentin Rauca (Guitar)
Cristian Csapo (Guitar)
Titus V?dan (Bass)
Turi Gabor-Peter (Drums)
Lehel Kiss (Keyboard)

Grimus is an alternative rock band from Cluj-Napoca, Romania.


Grimus performing at Waves Vienna 2013

While studying in Cluj-Napoca, the members started out as the 5-piece rock band Revers. In 2006, after having suffered multiple changes in the lineup, Grimus released a demo album. Their song Solitude is declared Song of the Year 2006 by City FM Radio. By 2007 the band received invitations to play at most music festivals in Romania. They take their name from Salman Rushdie's 1975 novel Grimus.

In October 2007, Grimus won the National Finals of the Global Battle of the Bands[1][2][3] and represented Romania in the World Finals. The band has since released three studio albums.



  • Panikon (2008)
  • Egretta (2011)
  • Emergence (2014)

Demos and singles

  • Demo (2006)
  • Umbre (2010)
  • Started (2010)
  • Face the Light (2011)
  • In Your Eyes (2012)
  • High (2013)
  • The Hell I'm In (2014)
  • Selfie (2014)
  • Ultima Oara (2015)
  • Vom Lupta (2016)
  • Culoare (2016)


  1. ^ "Finala GBOB - Grimus merge la Londra". Jurnalul National. 2007. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "O intalnire cu Grimus". Metropotam.ro. 2007. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Grimus, la "Batalia mondiala a formatiilor"". Clujeanul.ro. 2007. Retrieved .

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