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DMZ//38

DMZ//38

Alternative / Rock Fullerton, CA  US
No Man's Land
No Man's Land
Reunify
Reunify
Reunify (Korean version)
Reunify (Korean version)
Skooter Girl
Skooter Girl
No One Can Stop the Rain
No One Can Stop the Rain

Videos

Reunify

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  • Wooden Robot (Artist)
    Wooden Robot
    Great songs my man keep pushing forward.
  • Pace Ride (Artist)
    Pace Ride
    Great stuff!!!Keep up the excellent work!!
  • IMPURIA (Artist)
    IMPURIA
    Great music! keep it coming! hit us on fb we´ll be glad to hit ya back! https://www.facebook.com/pages/IMPURIA/115583945152144

Photos

  • DMZand Mo Nishida at Southern Cal Library
  • The Band: DMZ, Ben, Mario, Pat
  • At the LA Federal Building

Members

Mario Pagliarulo

Bass

Ben Palvera

Guitar

About

Sounds Like: Muse, The Clash, Green Day, R.E.M., Neil Young

Label: Taegukki Records

Bio: DMZ//38 was formed to draw attention to the ongoing division of the Korean peninsula. With international visibility including broadcasts in both South and North Korea, DMZ//38 has performed throughout the West Coast, and plays an active role in the National Campaign to End the Korean War.

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Added a new video: "Reunify" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5yaj3f #video

Press

“Promoting Korean Reunification through Rock Music: DMZ//38, Korean American Rock Group The unique position of 1.5 and 2nd generation Korean-Americans is increasingly evident to the immigrant community. Listening to "No Man's Land" by the band DMZ//38, one can better understand this generation's place in America. As seen vividly from their choice of name, DMZ//38 hopes to spread the message of Korean re-unification to people throughout the world. The main theme of the "No Man's Land" album is the status of the Korean peninsula and re-unification. Several songs refer to Korean re-unification. In particular, the title track explores what the DMZ (De Militarized Zone) itself looks like today. Despite the political messages, DMZ//38 songs are quite enjoyable to listen to. Though touching on serious themes, the music invites repeated listening. This style of rock is easy on the ears, making "No Man's Land" a good choice for playing in your car. ”

— Daniel Jung, Korea Times

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  • Song Plays 387
  • Video Plays 31
  • Total Fans +2 588
  • ReverbNation Fans 189
  • Facebook Likes 96
  • Twitter Followers 59
  • Widget Impressions 12,849

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