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Integration

Kultur Shock

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Kultur Shock forged their early career mixing Balkan music with the fire of punk, often being quite politically abrasive about their American home. Over time they've moved more to something that might be called Balkan metal, and like all bands, their sound has changed, and having Jack Endino back as producer gives a deeper clarification. This is a big leap for them, taking in music with a country influence ("Country Mohammed" and "King"), and even trying something slow on "Rose." The core of their sound is still intact, however; there's no mistaking the Balkan roots of all this, nor the superb musicianship of everyone in the band. Their members are truly multicultural, everyone bringing something different to have an effect on the sound — the exacting "Gore Gore," for instance, veers close to a prog-metal fusion. Anyone expecting more of the same from Kultur Shock is going to be surprised, but that's a good thing. Growth is always beneficial.

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Genre: Rock

Aktiva år: '90s, '00s

Throw together a pair of Bosnians, a couple of Bulgarians, three Americans, and a bassist from Japan and you've got culture shock. Or at least Kultur Shock, the Seattle-based band who freely mix punk and metal with Balkan brass. Leader Gino Yevdjevich became a professional musician in his native Sarajevo when he was 16, making a good living playing commercial music. All that changed in 1991, when the war in the former Yugoslavia began. With no money and precious little food or electricity, the local...
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