|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Tragiedia Wg Post Regiment||31||Audio||1998|
|2||Tragiedia Wg Post Regiment & And Still We Call Ourselves Mankind||22||Audio||1998||QQRYQ Productions|
|3||Post Regiment||23||Audio||2000||Nikt Nic Nie Wie|
|4||Death Before Metal||21||Audio||2007||Pasażer|
|5||Post Regiment||19||Audio||2010||Nikt Nic Nie Wie|
|6||Post Regiment||23||Audio||1992||QQRYQ Productions|
|7||Death Before Metal||36||Audio||2007||Pasażer|
|9||Post Regiment||17||Audio||1992||QQRYQ Productions|
|11||Tragiedia Wg Post Regiment||32||Audio||1997||QQRYQ Productions|
|12||Tragiedia Wg Post Regiment||32||Audio||2009||Nikt Nic Nie Wie|
|13||Post Regiment||23||Audio||Nikt Nic Nie Wie|
|14||16-latka||22||Audio||1990||Not On Label|
Polish hardcore punk band formed in Warsaw in 1986 and split up in 2001.
In the early days, Post Regiment had a much slower pace and more conventional singing style with vocalist Darek "Tolek" Gracki. By 1987, he left and Dominika "Nika" Domczyk took over on vocals. The band developed a faster, melodic punk sound by their 1992 self-titled first album.
Their second album, Czarzly, was released in 1995 and adopted a faster crust punk sound with rawer vocals and d-beat-style drumming.
Their final album, Tragiedia wg Post Regiment ("Tragedy According To Post Regiment") was released in 1998 on Profane Existence records in the USA and Skuld releases in Europe. It was an album of hardcore punk songs by the Polish band Tragiedia, longtime friends of Post Regiment who broke up without ever putting out a record.
Post Regiment had a fairly unique sound in hardcore punk, with some unusual elements like melodic singing, Eastern European modes, instrumentals and the occasional synthesizer. The band broke up in 2001, although they still practice from time to time.
Album Death Before The Metal, released in 2007, contains songs recorded between 1988 and 1990.