Tag Archive: luna sea

Apr 09

LUNA SEA / Release of New Single for Earthquake Relief – Available Now!

LUNA SEA is releasing a promising new single ‘PROMISE’ after a long break of 10 years on 4/9 (dawn of Sat, JST) for download only. This song was played at their live at Kobe World Memorial Hall upon LUNA SEA’s REBOOT last year, but there was neither a promise nor a specific plan to release …

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Jan 07

[live report] Legacy of LUNA SEA

Writing for an online, blog-style site, I have the liberty of getting a little bit personal with my articles. If a band or artist annoys me, I will bluntly tell you. If someone gives a disappointing live performance, I’ll pinpoint where they fall short. And if for some reason I feel the need to hurl …

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Dec 28

[live report] Dead End – Tour 2009 “Metamorphosis"

Article by Sarah Dworken Up on the hill near Yoyogi Park in Tokyo there is an accursed land filled with the ghosts of Jrock past. Many rock stars have lived out their prime there and many are now buried in the dusty analogues of history, only remembered by their loyal fans and the now grown-up …

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Aug 22

[lifestyle] All 90's Visual Kei Karaoke

Live shows are fun. I guess. Watching a group of musicians standing up high on a stage, surrounded by giant, altar-like speakers, inhaling waves upon waves of screams from the adoring public, going home with a sense that you made a difference in the lives of more people than the average person meets in his …

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Jun 19

[Interview] Ken Lloyd of Fake?: The Art of Losing Borders

Ken Lloyd, frontman of Oblivion Dust and Fake (typeset Fake?), is a man of dualities. He is British and Japanese, commercial and experimental musically, and outsider and insider to different aspects of Japanese culture. Just two hours before his alt-rock outfit Fake made their U.S. debut at Anime Next, Lloyd sat down with purple SKY …

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