In the 1997 final lineup was completed. The band consisted Marta Mistarz (vocals), Jasmina Trafikowska (guitar), Agata Derda (bass) and Marcin Borkowski (drums). In this configuration the band released two demo albums "Foto" recorded in 1998 and "Ars Moriendi" in 2001. Producers and managers of Furyas were Jerzy Łaba from MDK Światowid Wrocław and Ireneusz Borkowski (Marcin Borkowski's father).
From 1996 to 2001 Furyas played almost 100 concerts in Poland. The band supported on stage Polish & international stars like O.N.A., Lady Pank, Republika, Big Cyc, Kult, Perfect, Hey, Apollo 440, ATB, Swawolny Dyzio and many more. Also played their own shows for their own fans. In 2000 Paweł Ostrowski, one of the most taletned drummers in Poland replaced Marcin Borkowski, who left the band. In early 2001 Furyas split after Marta Mistarz & Agata Derda (one of two co-creators of Furyas) went abroad.
The band had gone on hiatus but stated played again in 2003 with Małgorzata Grasz (vocals), Jasmina Trafikowska (guitars), Adam Czerniak (bass) and Marta Zduniak (drums). They had changed the name to Furyaz performing all the songs in English and recorded first live demo "Zywiec festival" in 2004. Kasia Moc replaced Marta on drums and the band played till 2005. Furyaz came back on stage in 2006 in Warsaw, Poland where Jasmina & Kasia Moc had moved in 2005.
Merfi (bass) and Katarzyna Trojnar (vocals) joined the band in early 2006. Furyaz performed on several occasions and recorded second live demo "Metal Cave Live". In early 2007 the band annouced that will never tour or record again. Read more on Last.fm.
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