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|Origin||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Genres||Avant-garde metal, progressive metal, mathcore, instrumental rock, djent|
|Associated acts||SchwarZenatoR, Paul Gilbert|
|Past members|| Shane Gibson |
stOrk was an American avant-garde metal supergroup, formed by ex-Korn touring guitarist Shane Gibson and drummer Thomas Lang in 2010. The band's debut album, stOrk , was released on January 11, 2009 via MUSO Entertainment. Their second album, Broken Pieces , was released in 2014.
On April 15, 2014, Shane Gibson died of a blood clotting disorder, at the age of 35.
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