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MESTIS

Progressive Metal • United States


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Founded in Los Angeles, USA in 2012

MESTIS is guitarist Javier REYES (ANIMAL AS LEADERS, T.R.A.M.). His first EP "Basal Ganglia" was all instrumental and feature the use of 8 string guitar in a form that is unconventional. Javier playing bass and guitar is joined by Matt GARSTK(ANIMAL AS LEADERS) handling drum programming, Hector BAREZ (CALLE 13, BIO RITMO) on percussion and David STOUT(MARVIN GAYE) on trombone. Javie use a variety of guitar tones to make his music quite unique.

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Basal GangliaBasal Ganglia
100% WOMON 2012
$5.99
$6.50 (used)
PolysemyPolysemy
Sumerian Records 2015
$8.47
$7.98 (used)
Basal Ganglia by MestisBasal Ganglia by Mestis
SUMERIAN
$21.55
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4.00 | 1 ratings
Polysemy
2015
3.50 | 2 ratings
Eikasia
2018

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4.00 | 1 ratings
Basal Ganglia
2012

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