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Mizraab

Country of origin:
Pakistan
Location:
Karachi, Sindh (eaarly), London, England (later)
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1997
Genre:
Progressive Metal/Rock
Lyrical themes:
Social problems
Current label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1997-present
The only Pakistani metal band to get significant mainstream exposure. The band's second album spawned a number of videos, all of which became hits on Pakistani music channels. The band released two songs from their upcoming album online and both songs showcased a change in the band's style, going from Progressive Rock/Metal to a classic rock influenced sound

In 2010, the band's line up was ...
Current
Ferdinand Goveas Bass
Muhammad Muxammil Guitars (rhythm)
Faraz Anwar Vocals, Guitars (lead) (1997-present)
See also: Faraz Anwar, Collage, ex-Dusk
Irfan Charlie Drums (2001-present)
Past
Rahail Siddiqui Bass
Mannu Bass
James Hobday Bass
See also: Opus Mortis, ex-Isurus
Zeeshan Drums
Gumby Drums
Matthew Curr Drums
Omran Shafique Guitars
Shahzad Naseem Guitars
Yusuke Iwahashi Guitars
Khalid Khan Bass (1997-2003)
Akhtar Qayyum Drums (1997-1999)
See also: ex-Dusk
Jamal "Jamie" Mustafa (R.I.P. 2009) Guitars (2002-?)
Faraz Arshad Bass (2003-?)
Ferdinand Goveas Bass
Muhammad Muxammil Guitars (rhythm)
Faraz Anwar Vocals, Guitars (lead) (1997-present)
See also: Faraz Anwar, Collage, ex-Dusk
Irfan Charlie Drums (2001-present)
Rahail Siddiqui Bass
Mannu Bass
James Hobday Bass
See also: Opus Mortis, ex-Isurus
Zeeshan Drums
Gumby Drums
Matthew Curr Drums
Omran Shafique Guitars
Shahzad Naseem Guitars
Yusuke Iwahashi Guitars
Khalid Khan Bass (1997-2003)
Akhtar Qayyum Drums (1997-1999)
See also: ex-Dusk
Jamal "Jamie" Mustafa (R.I.P. 2009) Guitars (2002-?)
Faraz Arshad Bass (2003-?)
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