A few days after returning to Poland (June 1990), Dezerter went to [[Frankfurt Airport]], from where it flew to [[Tokyo]], on invitation of [[Michiro Endo]] of [[The Stalin]], a renowned Japanese punk rock band. Together with The Stalin, Polish rockers performed at [[Kawasaki, Kanagawa|]] (two shows), [[Nagoya]], and [[Osaka]]. Both Kawasaki shows were recorded and five songs were later included in the CD Wszyscy przeciwko wszystkim, published in 1991. In exchange, Dezerter's manager Maciej Chmiel invited The Stalin for the 1990 [[Jarocin Festival]], which took place in August of that year. Chmiel himself resigned from his post of band's manager in late 1990. In February 1991 Dezerter went on a concert to [[Gryfino]]. On the way back, a car accident took place on icy road near [[Łomża]], after which both Matera and Grabowski ended up in hospital, with broken [[clavicle]]s. As a result, the band ceased to perform for a few months.
In late 1991 the band began working on a new album, Blasfemia (Blasphemy), which was recorded in 1992 at the Studio. Together with the LP, Dezerter's first ever videoclip was made, for the Pierwszy raz (First time) song (see the clip at YouTube [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkayWrn_VgY]). With new manager, Piotr "Pietia" Wierzbicki", Dezerter frequently performed across Poland in the first half of the 1990s. In spring 1992, the band once again left for Western Europe, performing in [[Hamburg]] and [[Scandinavia]], together with [[Disorder (band)|]]. One show took place at the [[Blitz (movement)|]] in [[Oslo]], together with [[Jingo de Lunch]].