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  • Birthday 05/18/1993

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    Visual kei, talking to friends, singing, playing video games, cooking, watching videos, watching futarama, watching documentaries, writing short stories, drawing digital art, fitness and crap. :)

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  1. Hey, it's Yasu! I'm a very old member of the community, and I would love to meet more of you guys. I don't want this to seem like a shameless ad, believe me, but I am reaching out to fellow visual kei and j-rock fans and trying to grow something very big and special for us all. So if you like J-rock and especially Visual Kei, please check out my discord server. https://discord.gg/9qaSQGs We are planning to attempt a partnership with MH, and we want to help out this community on the social side, so people have a good medium to chat real time with. Thank you.

  2. shiroihana

    How do you look at the world and humanity? What is the meaning of life? Do you have a philosophy? If you do, what is it, and why? I'm an existentialist whose belief is that life has no meaning, but people can attribute meaning to their own lives. This is different from nihilism, which suggests that there is no purpose to life, period.
  3. shiroihana

    This is a big deal guys. Kisaki's influence in VK goes far beyond only the bands he's been in. This guy is the founder of the MATINA and Under Code labels. He has composed music for tons of well known visual kei bands. This shit is really bad for visual kei, really.
  4. shiroihana

    Pretty big deal. Hibari is one of the best vocalists in the indie VK scene I'd say, and both his past bands (Schmelz Cure and MiD DERACINE) were really cool. This band is definitely worth watching out for.
  5. I don't remember your username on discord. I can't find you.

    1. lichtlune

      lichtlune

      Give me the 4 digit # after your username. 

       

  6. Hi friend. You were on the MH discord channel a while ago, but that channel lost activity. I saw you and I remembered you. I remembered you were active there, so I would like you to come to my visual kei discord channel and say hi. :)

     

    https://discord.gg/hacfGa4

     

    Would be nice to have you mate. We're all very friendly and it's a pleasure to have more visual kei fans around to talk to and hang out with~

     

    - Yasi

  7. shiroihana

    Ya I try to avoid Maria Cross too. She already haunts my dreams enough. Welcome to the forum. If you like chatting bands discord is a great place to meet and socialize with some of our members.
  8. Hey guys. I'm not sure how many of you really know me, especially since I haven't been extremely active on MH in years. But I just wanted to let people know that I made a discord server for visual kei fans, and it's active currently.

     

    Originally I was going to message certain old friends, but I have to delete inbox messages and I can't really be bothered to do that.

     

    It's mostly myself and friends, but everyone there is cordial and friendly, and I'd love for more people to participate. Come check us out if you're interested in giving it a shot. Thank you.

     

    https://discord.gg/smdkyxM

     

     

  9. I don't watch Ru Paul, but this is just plain exciting. Kaya is such a bae.
  10. shiroihana

    Beer: Taste by itself is lame, although I have never had a "good" beer so take that with a grain of salt if you've never had beer. I do use it to cook food, like "fish and chips" on occasion, since beer makes a very good light batter due to the carbonation and flavor, but I wouldn't drink it for taste and I certainly wouldn't drink it to party. Wine: I like red wines, and am not too picky. Red wines are great for braised red meats and have other culinary uses. I recently finished off a red wine blend which tasted pretty damn good. Pinot noir is pretty good, it tastes sort of like cherries and has a high resveratrol content. White wine works well for chicken and fish. I don't drink white wine by itself though, only red. I figure if I'm going to drink something unhealthy I should at least pick the healthiest wines. Spirits: Can't stand these by themselves because of how strong they are, but Irish cream, margaritas, matinis, rum mixed with coke, pina coladas etc taste pretty good but are a fucking nightmare if you're trying to watch your weight because of the ridiculous amount of calories lol
  11. shiroihana

    While talent / skill is imperative to at least some degree for a band to be objectively good, overall I find that passion is still more important. In other words if a band's members have very little technical skill, they can more than make up for that by pouring their heart out and releasing otherwise sick tunes. I feel this way as someone who listens to a lot of very indie visual kei. I can totally dig horrendous vocalists if the music resonates with me. I'm probably explaining this poorly.
  12. shiroihana

    No photos yet but I ordered this rare ass V.A called Screen of Culminate Vol.1 and I dunno if anyone here would appreciate the bands or not but it's really my style. http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/product/HLD-29 Screen of Culminate Vol.1 / オムニバス クラッチ、Veronica、アンデット、PARFAIT、悪いヤツ!、℃、Garret、PHANTOM、Feather、Grieveの楽曲を収録。 Here is one of the songs from the V.A, and again I dunno if people here are into this type of shit but I really like it and can't wait for it to arrive so I can rip it immediately.
  13. shiroihana

    Both of those covers are cool but I especially like that Gackt cover, you have a fantastic voice and you're really good! Keep working hard and making kickass covers!
  14. I'm surprised how many people here are a bit like me musically!! I would've been into post-hardcore, metalcore, some alternative and oldschool rock, definitely some pop, and some different types of metal for sure. I was really into post-hardcore and metalcore before I found visual kei, and I still love those genres. Visual kei sorta filled the void for me, because musically I like the weird crazy melodic shit that suddenly turns into pure chaos that most people think sucks.
  15. shiroihana

    Hi

    Welcome! You seem like a pretty cool person.
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