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Alan Dubin is an American vocalist/singer most widely known for his role in the now defunct doom metal band Khanate. He is noted for his tortured and distinctive vocal approach. Other bands he has been featured in include OLD and current band Gnaw.
Dubin is also a professional film/video editor with many credits in TV commercials, shows, films, music videos and more.
- Old Lady Drivers - 1988
- Lo Flux Tube - 1991
- The Musical Dimensions of Sleastak - 1993
- Hold On To Your Face - 1993
- Formula - 1995
- This Face - 2009
- Horrible Chamber - 2013
A Taste For Decay
- Beneath Black Waters (featured on the track "Approaching Fresh Throats (Of Certain Ghosts To Be))" - 2010
- Through A Pre-Memory (featured on the tracks "Muse", "Watch Over Stillness / Matters Principle") - 2013
- The Great Sonic Wave - 2013
- York, William. "Biography: Khanate". Allmusic. Retrieved 10 April 2010.
- Weingarten, Christopher R. Khanate. CMJ New Music Monthly. p. 1. Retrieved 11 October 2010.
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