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Jinjer is a Ukrainian metal band from Donetsk. Jinjer was originally formed in 2009 by Maksym Fatullaiev (vocals), Dmitriy Oksen (rhythm guitar), and Vyacheslav Okhrimenko (drums). However, the band considers 2010 as its official year of formation when Tatiana Shmailyuk replaced Fatullaiev on vocals and Roman Ibramkhalilov was picked up for the lead guitar. Since their inception, the band has released three full-length albums and three EPs. The band has mentioned many of their influences for their music, including Guano Apes, Slayer, Death, Pantera, Anathema, Lamb of God, Gojira, and Twelve Foot Ninja. While explaining their influences, the band have noted other metal acts like Opeth, Karnivool and Textures, in addition to groups across the spectrum of R&B, soul, funk, jazz, reggae, and hip-hop acts such as Cypress Hill and House of Pain.

They released the live album Alive in Melbourne in November 2020.They returned to Kaska Record Studios in Kyiv in March 2021, and their fourth full-length album Wallflowers was released on 27 August 2021.


Studio albums
Cloud Factory (2014)
King of Everything (2016)
Macro (2019)

Objects in Mirror Are Closer (2009)
Inhale, Do Not Breathe (2012)
Micro (2019)


Current members
Tatiana Shmailyuk – vocals (2010– )
Roman Ibramkhalilov – guitar (2010– )
Eugene Abdukhanov – bass (2011– )
Vladislav Ulasevich – drums (2016– )

Former members
Maksym Fatullaiev – vocals (2009)
Vyacheslav Okhrimenko – drums (2009–11)
Oleksandr Koziychuk – drums (2011–13)
Yevhen Mantulin – drums (2013–14)
Dmitriy Oksen – guitar (2009–15)
Dmitriy Kim – drums (2014–16)


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