There a multiple bands named SION:
1) A Japanese rock singer
2) A Russian metalcore band.
3) A British alternative rock band.
4) A Japanese vocalist known mostly for her work with teranoid & MC Natsack 1) SION is a Japanese rock singer. He was conspicuous in early Japanese indies scene and one of the most important. He respects old good blues, rock, trad, and punk musicians. Especially, Bob Dylan and Tom Waits.
In addition, Japanese old artists. 泉谷しげる, 友部正人 and more. 2) SION - metalcore band from St. Petersburg (Russia).
There a multiple bands named SION:
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