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FUMIGUN is an instrumental progressive heavy fusion-rock band from Chile. This power trio started up in 2000 when the three friends Gonzalo ARIAS (guitar), Flavio SALAS (bass) and Miguel YANEZ (drums) decided to write and play music together. The band draws from several musical sources such as rock, latin, metal and jazz, with their mutual love for music as the driving force behind their work.

Their music could be described as a heavier version of DJAM KARET, with a heavy core (reminding of KING CRIMSON and RUSH) interspersed with laid-back moody fusion workouts.
In 2009 they released their debut album "F.M.G. X-periment" for Mylodon Records.

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