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  • Mizraab _ Ujalon Main - Pakistani Band

    4:27

    Band: Mizraab
    Song: Ujalon Main
    Language: Urdu
    Country of origin: Pakistan

    Mizraab (Urdu: مضراب, literal English translation: a plectrum made by hand from a continuous strand of iron used to strike the strings of the sitar) is a progressive rock band from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, formed in 1996. Founded by vocalist, lead guitarist and songwriter, Faraz Anwar, the band's initial line-up was with Faraz Anwar on vocals, Khalid Khan on bass and Akhtar Qayyum on percussions, since then there had been many changes in the line-up the only consistent member being Faraz himself.

    The band is well known for being one of the few bands to have brought progressive rock music in Pakistan, thus being one of the few heavy metal music bands to receive significant acknowledgment by the press. The band earned a growing fan base in the underground music community and critical acclaim, with their debut album release Panchi in 1999 described as the first progressive rock album in Pakistan. Faraz Anwar then in 2001 recorded and released An Abstract Point of View through the record label Gnarly Geezer, owned by Allan Holdsworth. The album got rave reviews from musicians all over the world hailing Faraz as a great guitar find from Asia. In 2004, the band, fronted by Faraz, found renewed success and popularity by the release of their second studio album, Maazi, Haal, Mustaqbil, which received too much criticism and critical acclaim. The album sold more than 30,000 copies and is the band's highest selling album. Singles from the album like Panchi and Kitni Sadian received a lot of airtime on local music channels. The album is also credited to be the first proper urdu metal album released in Pakistan.

    After the release of their second stuido album, Mizraab made a comeback into the lime light with the video for Ujalon Main in December 2006, which showcased the new band members as well as the change in genre and was well received all over the country. Mizraab's third album was completed in late 2006-2007 but due to the dire state of the music industry in Pakistan, no deal could be reached and the album was shelved.


    Band Line-Ups:

    Current members:
    Faraz Anwar - vocals, lead guitar (1996--present)
    James Hobday - bass guitar (2010--present)
    Matthew Curr - drums (2010--present)
    Yusuke Iwahashi - rhythm guitar (2010--present)

    Former members:
    Akhtar Qayyum -- percussion (1996--1999)
    Khalid Khan -- bass guitar, backing vocals (1996--2003)
    Faraz Arshad -- bass guitar (2003--2004)
    Jamal Mustafa - rhythm guitar (1999--2004)
    Irfan Ahmad - drums (2003--2010)
    Shahzad Naseem - rhythm guitar (2004--2009)
    Rahail Siddiqui - bass guitar (2004--2009)

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  • MiZrAaB- PaNcHi

    6:34

    shaam hoyi ghar aa panchi

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  • MIZRAAB- KITNI SAADIYAN

    6:52

    THIRD VIDEO OF MIZRAAB TO BE ON AIR, IT WAS 1ST ON PAKISTANI MUSIC CHARTS. THE THING THAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS SONG IS THE RHYTHM AND VOCALS,VERY DIFFERENT WHAT WE NORMALLY HEAR. AGAIN FARAZ ANWAR AT ITS BEST WITH THE GUITARIST. ENJOY THE VIDEO. A GOOD CONCEPT VIDEO ABOUT LIFE ...THIS VIDEO WAS SHOT AT PAKISTAN-LAHORE RAILWAY STATION, ITS REALLY OLD BECAUSE IT WAS BUILD BY BRITISHERS LONG TIME AGO.ENJOY THE VIDEO AND DO POST YOUR COMMENTS

  • Kuch Hai | Mizraab | Season 4 | Coke Studio Pakistan

    8:11

    Coke Studio Sessions. Produced by Rohail Hyatt.

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  • Mizraab _ Meree Tarhan - Pakistani Band

    4:15

    Band: Mizraab
    Song: Meree Tarhan (As I Am)
    Language: Urdu
    Country: Pakistan


    Mizraab (Urdu: مضراب, literal English translation: a plectrum made by hand from a continuous strand of iron used to strike the strings of the sitar) is a progressive rock band from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, formed in 1996. Founded by vocalist, lead guitarist and songwriter, Faraz Anwar, the band's initial line-up was with Faraz Anwar on vocals, Khalid Khan on bass and Akhtar Qayyum on percussions, since then there had been many changes in the line-up the only consistent member being Faraz himself.

    The band is well known for being one of the few bands to have brought progressive rock music in Pakistan, thus being one of the few heavy metal music bands to receive significant acknowledgment by the press. The band earned a growing fan base in the underground music community and critical acclaim, with their debut album release Panchi in 1999 described as the first progressive rock album in Pakistan. Faraz Anwar then in 2001 recorded and released An Abstract Point of View through the record label Gnarly Geezer, owned by Allan Holdsworth. The album got rave reviews from musicians all over the world hailing Faraz as a great guitar find from Asia. In 2004, the band, fronted by Faraz, found renewed success and popularity by the release of their second studio album, Maazi, Haal, Mustaqbil, which received too much criticism and critical acclaim. The album sold more than 30,000 copies and is the band's highest selling album. Singles from the album like Panchi and Kitni Sadian received a lot of airtime on local music channels. The album is also credited to be the first proper urdu metal album released in Pakistan.

    After the release of their second stuido album, Mizraab made a comeback into the lime light with the video for Ujalon Main in December 2006, which showcased the new band members as well as the change in genre and was well received all over the country. Mizraab's third album was completed in late 2006-2007 but due to the dire state of the music industry in Pakistan, no deal could be reached and the album was shelved.


    Band Line-Ups:

    Current members:
    Faraz Anwar - vocals, lead guitar (1996--present)
    James Hobday - bass guitar (2010--present)
    Matthew Curr - drums (2010--present)
    Yusuke Iwahashi - rhythm guitar (2010--present)

    Former members:
    Akhtar Qayyum -- percussion (1996--1999)
    Khalid Khan -- bass guitar, backing vocals (1996--2003)
    Faraz Arshad -- bass guitar (2003--2004)
    Jamal Mustafa - rhythm guitar (1999--2004)
    Irfan Ahmad - drums (2003--2010)
    Shahzad Naseem - rhythm guitar (2004--2009)
    Rahail Siddiqui - bass guitar (2004--2009)

  • Coke Studio Season 10| Ujaalon Mein| Faraz Anwer & Faiza Mujahid

    7:25

    Coke Studio Season 10| Episode 5
    Produced & Directed by Strings
    Music Directed by Jaffer Zaidi
    Lyrics by Adnan Ahmad
    Originally composed by Faraz Anwar
    A familiar rock-ballad finds a home at Coke Studio, Season 10, as Faiza Mujahid’s electrifying voice is paired with prolific guitarist, Faraz Anwar, in a magical rendition of Pakistan rock anthem, ‘Ujaalon Mein’. Jaffer Zaidi masterfully creates a space that complements and accentuates the simplicity of the melody while staying true to the signature progressive-rock sound that comes with Faraz Anwar’s fiery musical personality to create a powerful rendition of a classic Pakistani rock song.
    HOUSEBAND
    Imran Akhoond (Guitars)
    Aahad Nayani (Drums)
    Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass)
    Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla)
    Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano)
    Omran Shafique (Guitars)
    Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions)
    BACKING VOCALISTS
    Rachel Viccaji
    Shahab Hussain
    Natasha Khan
    STRINGS SECTION
    Javed Iqbal (First Violinist)
    Ghulam Abbas
    Ghulam Muhammad
    Muhammad Ilyas
    Babar Ali
    Khawar Hussain
    GUEST MUSICIANS
    Faraz Anwar (Guitars)

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  • MIZRAAB - MAAZI HAAL MUSTAQBIL-FULL ALBUM-HIGH QUALITY ORIGINAL FILES.

    1:9:59

    AVAILABLE AT:










    Stores: Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, TikTok, Google Play, Amazon, Pandora, Deezer, Tidal, Napster, iHeartRadio, ClaroMusica, Saavn, Anghami, KKBox, MediaNet, and Instagram/Facebook

  • MIZRAAB - Ujalon Main

    4:28

  • Mizraab - 09 - Muntazir

    5:24

    Mazi Haal Mustaqbil
    Release Date: March 2004
    Genre: Progressive Rock/Metal
    Label: Sadaf Stereo

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  • Mizraab - 06 - Insaan

    6:42

    Mazi Haal Mustaqbil
    Release Date: March 2004
    Genre: Progressive Rock/Metal
    Label: Sadaf Stereo

  • Mizraab-woh aur main

    4:48

  • Mizraab - Izhar

    3:40

    Mizraab
    Izhar
    Release: March 2003
    Director: Visual Experience

  • Mizraab - 07 - Aag

    5:44

    Mazi Haal Mustaqbil
    Release Date: March 2004
    Genre: Progressive Rock/Metal
    Label: Sadaf Stereo

  • MiZrAaB- MaYuSeE

    8:25

    mizraab at applause...
    mayusee gunah hain

  • Mizraab - Muntazir Improvised Guitar Solo

    1:33

    Mizraab live at Royal Rodale and Faraz playing an improvised guitar solo.

  • Mizraab-sadiyaan

    7:09

    best live version of sadiyaan

  • Mizraab - 02 - Woh Aur Main

    5:44

    Mizraab - Unplugged
    Release Date: 21st January 2012 (Internet Release)
    Recorded for MTV Unplugged (Pakistan) Sessions

  • Mizraab - 01 - Mayusee

    9:12

    Mazi Haal Mustaqbil
    Release Date: March 2004
    Genre: Progressive Rock/Metal
    Label: Sadaf Stereo

  • Mizraab - Aag

    6:39

    Dated: Friday 24th August, 2007
    Time: 9:00 pm
    Venue: Play TV Studios

  • Mizraab - Sham-O-Seher

    5:46

    Mizraab - Sham-O-Seher
    Release Date: 25th December 2005
    Produced for Pakistan Television (P.T.V) on Quaid-E-Azam Birth Anniversary

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  • Mizraab - Purani Jeans

    1:33

    Mizraab Live on Geo Applause
    Dated: Wednesday 13th October, 2004
    Time: 8:00 PM
    Venue: National Sailing Club (Karachi)


    Mizraabs Geo Applause was recorded in 2004 but it was aired on Sunday 23rd April, 2006 on Geo Entertainment.

  • Ujaloon mein mizraab

    3:45

    song UJALOON MEIN covered by ALI SHOZAB featuring FARAZ JR (solitude) performed live at ROYAL RODALES CLUB

    ujaalon mein is originally a MIZRAAB'S SONG

  • Mizraab, Kitni Sadiyaan

    6:52

    mizraab's video for the song kitni sadiyaan, a soft rock song with killer lyrics

  • MiZrAab- PaNcHi

    7:05

    mizraab performing at applause..
    faraz anwar dominating as always

  • MIZRAAB-MERI TARHAN

    4:15

    SECOND VIDEO OF MIZRAAB, ANIMATED VIDEO, ITS REALLY A GOOD SONG. GUITARS ARE GOOD AS EVER.

  • Mizraab, Coke Studio Pakistan, Season 4 Coke Studio

    2:45

    Coke Studio Sessions. Produced by Rohail Hyatt.

  • Mizraab - Dil Dil Pakistan

    4:12

    Dil Dil Pakistan
    Release: August 2004

  • Mizraab _ Insaan - Pakistani Band

    5:27

    Band: Mizraab
    Song: Insaan (Mankind)
    Language: Urdu
    Country: Pakistan


    Mizraab (Urdu: مضراب, literal English translation: a plectrum made by hand from a continuous strand of iron used to strike the strings of the sitar) is a progressive rock band from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, formed in 1996. Founded by vocalist, lead guitarist and songwriter, Faraz Anwar, the band's initial line-up was with Faraz Anwar on vocals, Khalid Khan on bass and Akhtar Qayyum on percussions, since then there had been many changes in the line-up the only consistent member being Faraz himself.

    The band is well known for being one of the few bands to have brought progressive rock music in Pakistan, thus being one of the few heavy metal music bands to receive significant acknowledgment by the press. The band earned a growing fan base in the underground music community and critical acclaim, with their debut album release Panchi in 1999 described as the first progressive rock album in Pakistan. Faraz Anwar then in 2001 recorded and released An Abstract Point of View through the record label Gnarly Geezer, owned by Allan Holdsworth. The album got rave reviews from musicians all over the world hailing Faraz as a great guitar find from Asia. In 2004, the band, fronted by Faraz, found renewed success and popularity by the release of their second studio album, Maazi, Haal, Mustaqbil, which received too much criticism and critical acclaim. The album sold more than 30,000 copies and is the band's highest selling album. Singles from the album like Panchi and Kitni Sadian received a lot of airtime on local music channels. The album is also credited to be the first proper urdu metal album released in Pakistan.

    After the release of their second stuido album, Mizraab made a comeback into the lime light with the video for Ujalon Main in December 2006, which showcased the new band members as well as the change in genre and was well received all over the country. Mizraab's third album was completed in late 2006-2007 but due to the dire state of the music industry in Pakistan, no deal could be reached and the album was shelved.


    Band Line-Ups:

    Current members:
    Faraz Anwar - vocals, lead guitar (1996--present)
    James Hobday - bass guitar (2010--present)
    Matthew Curr - drums (2010--present)
    Yusuke Iwahashi - rhythm guitar (2010--present)

    Former members:
    Akhtar Qayyum -- percussion (1996--1999)
    Khalid Khan -- bass guitar, backing vocals (1996--2003)
    Faraz Arshad -- bass guitar (2003--2004)
    Jamal Mustafa - rhythm guitar (1999--2004)
    Irfan Ahmad - drums (2003--2010)
    Shahzad Naseem - rhythm guitar (2004--2009)
    Rahail Siddiqui - bass guitar (2004--2009)

  • Mizraab _ Panchi - Pakistani Band

    6:34

    Song: Panchi
    Band: Mizraab
    Album: Maazl Haal Mustaqbal
    Language: Urdu
    Country of origin: Pakistan


    Mizraab (Urdu: مضراب, literal English translation: a plectrum made by hand from a continuous strand of iron used to strike the strings of the sitar) is a progressive rock band from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, formed in 1996. Founded by vocalist, lead guitarist and songwriter, Faraz Anwar, the band's initial line-up was with Faraz Anwar on vocals, Khalid Khan on bass and Akhtar Qayyum on percussions, since then there had been many changes in the line-up the only consistent member being Faraz himself.

    The band is well known for being one of the few bands to have brought progressive rock music in Pakistan, thus being one of the few heavy metal music bands to receive significant acknowledgment by the press. The band earned a growing fan base in the underground music community and critical acclaim, with their debut album release Panchi in 1999 described as the first progressive rock album in Pakistan. Faraz Anwar then in 2001 recorded and released An Abstract Point of View through the record label Gnarly Geezer, owned by Allan Holdsworth. The album got rave reviews from musicians all over the world hailing Faraz as a great guitar find from Asia. In 2004, the band, fronted by Faraz, found renewed success and popularity by the release of their second studio album, Maazi, Haal, Mustaqbil, which received too much criticism and critical acclaim. The album sold more than 30,000 copies and is the band's highest selling album. Singles from the album like Panchi and Kitni Sadian received a lot of airtime on local music channels. The album is also credited to be the first proper urdu metal album released in Pakistan.

    After the release of their second stuido album, Mizraab made a comeback into the lime light with the video for Ujalon Main in December 2006, which showcased the new band members as well as the change in genre and was well received all over the country. Mizraab's third album was completed in late 2006-2007 but due to the dire state of the music industry in Pakistan, no deal could be reached and the album was shelved.


    Band Line-Ups:

    Current members:
    Faraz Anwar - vocals, lead guitar (1996--present)
    James Hobday - bass guitar (2010--present)
    Matthew Curr - drums (2010--present)
    Yusuke Iwahashi - rhythm guitar (2010--present)

    Former members:
    Akhtar Qayyum -- percussion (1996--1999)
    Khalid Khan -- bass guitar, backing vocals (1996--2003)
    Faraz Arshad -- bass guitar (2003--2004)
    Jamal Mustafa - rhythm guitar (1999--2004)
    Irfan Ahmad - drums (2003--2010)
    Shahzad Naseem - rhythm guitar (2004--2009)
    Rahail Siddiqui - bass guitar (2004--2009)

  • Mizraab - Dil Dil Pakistan

    2:52

  • Mizraab - Live at LUMS

    10:02

    Mizraab Live in Lahore at LUMS, 14th February 2009

  • Mizraab - Insaan

    5:28

    Mizraab the Progressive Metal band from Pakistan .. and Faraz Anwar the best Guitarist of Pakistan and no doubt the best band of Pakistan also ... And this was rated as the Best solo of Pakistan .. Imo it is the best no doubt , check it out ;-)


    forum.mizraabianz.com

  • MiZrAaB- MuNtAziR

    5:26

    mizraab at applause

  • Mizraab - 02 - Panchi

    6:34

    Mazi Haal Mustaqbil
    Release Date: March 2004
    Genre: Progressive Rock/Metal
    Label: Sadaf Stereo

  • Mizraab - Kitni Saadian

    3:12

    Mizraab, Knumb & Andher (The Art of Noise Carnival De Rock)
    Dated: Friday 20th May, 2005
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Venue: Karachi Arts Council

  • Mizraab - Random Jam

    5:30

    Mizraab Jam Session (before Aag Alive Performance)
    Dated: Sunday 14th January, 2007
    Venue: Rahails Home

  • Mizraab - Ujalon Main

    4:25

    Mizraab Jam Session (before Aag Alive Performance)
    Dated: Sunday 14th January, 2007
    Venue: Rahails Home

  • Mizraab - Mayusee

    6:40

    Mizraab, Knumb & Andher (The Art of Noise Carnival De Rock)
    Dated: Friday 20th May, 2005
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Venue: Karachi Arts Council

  • Mizraab - Kitni Saadian

    5:08

  • Mizraab - Woh Aur Main

    5:00

    Woh Aur Main
    Release: December 2007
    Director: Faraz Anwar & Irfan Ahmed

  • Mizraab - Insaan

    6:28

    Mizraab, Knumb & Andher (The Art of Noise Carnival De Rock)
    Dated: Friday 20th May, 2005
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Venue: Karachi Arts Council

  • Mizraab - Mayusee

    8:13

    Mizraab First Gig in Islamabad
    Dated: Saturday 25th May, 2005
    Venue: City School (Islamabad)

  • Mizraab - Panchi

    9:36

  • Mizraab - Ujalon Main

    4:17

    Mizraab Live at Institute of Business Administration (I.B.A)
    Dated: Sunday 22nd April, 2007
    Venue: Institute of Business Administration

  • Mizraab - Meri Terhan

    7:16

    Mizraab, Knumb & Andher (The Art of Noise Carnival De Rock)
    Dated: Friday 20th May, 2005
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Venue: Karachi Arts Council

  • Mizraab - Insaan

    7:11

    Mizraab Live at Institute of Business Administration (I.B.A)
    Dated: Sunday 22nd April, 2007
    Venue: Institute of Business Administration

  • Mizraab - Meri Terhan

    10:09

    Mizraab Live at Institute of Business Administration (I.B.A)
    Dated: Sunday 22nd April, 2007
    Venue: Institute of Business Administration

  • Mizraab - Panchi

    8:13

    Mizraab Live at Institute of Business Administration (I.B.A)
    Dated: Sunday 22nd April, 2007
    Venue: Institute of Business Administration

  • Kitni Sadiyan Mizraab

    5:36

    mizraab Kitni Sadiyan .. acoustic by me ..

  • Kitni Sadiyaan | Mizraab | Cover

    5:43

    This is a Cover version of song Kitni Sadiyaan. The video covers the picturesque and astounding beauty of a famous Goa backwaters and mangroves, where lies the peace, calm and serenity. The romance in the nature, encouraged me for performing this song. I am in LOVE.
    Originally the song is sung by Faraz Anwar of Mizraab music band from Pakistan

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