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Loitered Lens: Jurojin

‘Although during the first few songs, they came across as your standard four-piece doomy metal band with powerful vocals and formulaic song structures, when their turbaned tabla drums player joined the stage things became interesting and I abandoned my plans to go to the bar.’

‘Although during the first few songs, they came across as your standard four-piece doomy metal band with powerful vocals and formulaic song structures, when their turbaned tabla drums player joined the stage things became interesting and I abandoned my plans to go to the bar.’

– Sarah Corbett, viewing Jurojin at the Borderline earlier this month.

Photos: Carl Byron Batson

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