This band's ground-breaking rebel songs voiced the repressed feelings of the generations who grew up under the Communist rule in the 1970s and 1980s. Beatrice's frontman, Nagy Feró, quickly became the public enemy of Communist supporters, who gave him the nickname '"The Roach of the Nation." The band's songs are energetic, sarcastic and often dark. They are usually laced with lyrics of concealed critiques of the political system. Don't hesitate to see them live; this band puts on an expressive performance!