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Apr 19

[interview] To "XYZ" and Back: HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR Returns to Their Metal Roots

Interview and photos by David Cirone HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR’s April 3rd concert shook the walls, the floor, and even nearby freight elevators at the Washington State Convention Center. Having performed twice before for American fans in 2006 and 2007, their appearance at Sakura-Con 2010 was the band’s first opportunity to show their re-awakened metal …

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Mar 23

[live report] HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR @ Shibuya Club Quattro

Written by Sarah Dworken Meet HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR. Or rather, meet the new HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR. I’m well aware that this band has some decent exposure in the English-speaking world. From their relatively frequent appearances at anime conventions to their involvement in popular anime soundtracks, at the very least, the overseas anime fans …

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Nov 01

[press release] JapanFiles presents HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR at Sakura-Con 2010

October 31, 2009 – Japanese rock band HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR returns to the USA with a new vocalist and heavier sound. HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR will play a live concert at Sakura-Con 2010 and attend autograph and Q&A sessions for fans during Sakura-Con’s three-day event in Seattle, WA on April 2-4, 2010. Sakura-Con information …

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Aug 20

[review] HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR: Swamp Man

HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR’s debut album featuring new vocalist HALCA is a dam of pent up music waiting to be released. “Swamp man” rises from the water, a powerfully haunting intro that crescendos with the pain of new beginnings yet sounds like a dead mans march. The speaker asks, “Why do we exist?” With Sony …

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Aug 12

[press release] New HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR Album “swamp man” Available on JapanFiles

August 12, 2009 – JapanFiles continues its partnership with Spice Records with the release of HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR’s new album “swamp man.” The Japanese rock band’s new CD goes on sale in Japan on September 2, but JapanFiles has the early digital release available today for J-Rock fans worldwide. With song contributions to three …

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