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OmnisighT

OmnisighT
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Canada
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Omnisight (often styled OmnisighT) is a Vancouver, British Columbia band formed by Raj Krishna (vocals, guitar) and Chris Warunki (drums). They are joined by Dave Shannon (bass, backing vocals) and Blake Rurik (guitars) and play progressive hard rock band with a metal edge.
Website
http://omnisight.bandcamp.com
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (4)
OmnisighT — The Power of One OmnisighT — The Power of One
(Bandcamp Warunki Media WM004, 2017, DL)
OmnisighT — Live at the Theatre OmnisighT — Live at the Theatre
(Bandcamp Warunki Media WM003, 2016, DL)
OmnisighT — Wave Particle OmnisighT — Wave Particle
(Bandcamp Warunki Media WM002, 2013, DL)
OmnisighT — Path OmnisighT — Path
(Bandcamp Warunki Media WM001, 2012, DL)

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2020-11-20
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2020-10-14
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2020-10-06
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