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SH.TG.N: SH.TG.N

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Before the 21st Century, the worlds of metal and jazz rarely, if ever, intersected. But that's all changed, so much so that musicians from both sides of the fence are rethinking their music, demolishing self-imposed genre boundaries and coming up with some truly innovative sounds. Belgium's SH.TG.N has the same sort of pioneering spirit. Yes, the results from its eponymous maiden release are mixed, but mixed in a promising way.Though the band's publicity trumpets various metal influences quite prominently, its music remains far afield from any sort of metal-as- we-know-it, be it Black, Sludge, Doom, Thrash, Technical, or ...



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