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  1. zaa_zaa

    Franlky, I do think that it's a good thing for Dimlim that they drop the visuals. After all, to the majority of female audience jrock musicians are a thing - simply a projection of their adrogynous perfect males from the dreams. The audience couldn't care less. So if Retsu is truly fed up with it - good for him.
  2. Surprised. Yet I can't say the song is good simply because I don't feel like they are used to listening and producing this kind of music.
  3. zaa_zaa

    Seems like the guys know about existence of MH, @Tokage
  4. zaa_zaa

    Incredibly boring. It is typical Fixer instrumentals from their Starwave Records era (and boi, was it bad). Basically, Fixer just changed the vocals and continued doing the same thing they did for the last two years. Except that Sui can't scream or growl.
  5. I guess that's what you call "a bad deal"
  6. I like how they bought 12k views and managed to get only 20 likes.
  7. Marco's guitarist is the president of Voltage, so they can't possibly be dropped from the label
  8. I like how they came up with a solution to hide double-chin (rather big, btw) of the guitarist by painting half of his face in black. Good look overall, nevertheless.
  9. The second guy to the left is... peculiar, to say the least
  10. Seems like they are not on Danger Crue anymore
  11. zaa_zaa

    I get a strong Strawberry Song Orchestra vibe in the PV's visuals and song
  12. I lol'ed so much at this. I am gonna bet on Lin being fired from NB considering how much stigma revolves around cannabis in Japan.
  13. zaa_zaa

    It's all thanks to the Internet. Nowadays one has access to so many tutorials and hacks to polish skills.
  14. It's so........... bland. I just can't. Such a lineup, and such generic music. Especially considering all of the previous bands the members were in (except for Yukkie, I would expect something from Nah and Heisen Ishin guy).
  15. zaa_zaa

    Naaaaah, there are more songs of them on youtube, such as They released two singles,you can find both of them online even in 320 quality. All of the songs are on this channel.
  16. zaa_zaa

    I prefer Dimlim, but they will never be as popular as Kizu. Kizu already pull crowds that Dimlim can only dream of. I think it might have something to do with Kizu targeting female audience specifically, whereas Dimlim's music are more suited for males. Personally, I believe that Dimlim would have achieven more in Japan had they dropped of the visual kei look.
  17. zaa_zaa

    Not impressed at all. Seems like Chisa and Shogo were the main driving force behind DIV. What Guzmania and Laplus create is so bland, I just can't.
  18. I'm quite surprised that Kyotaru somewhat worked on his vocals. It sounds better and with his style from Cockroach and Black:list
  19. zaa_zaa

    That's some amazing news
  20. zaa_zaa

    pffff, I'm surprised they lasted THAT long they did have some good songs here and there, but it always seemed to me that they didn't use even half of their potential
  21. yeah, agree can't recall a single song by them which is strange - despa and fanatic crisis guys ought to have some songwriting talent
  22. I just don't get it. With so many experienced members each of whom have more than 20 years in VK under their belts and with all of their connections all they could find was Insomnia vocalist... It's plain stupid.
  23. This is exactly the feeling that I get. There were so many parts where harsh vocals would fit and make the songs even more versatile.
  24. Basically, Visual Kei stands on its own. We know about some transitions to Visual Key - Nokubura and Deviloof are examples of it. But we don't hear that much about guys who used to be visual kei and became (semi-) successfull in "normal" bands. Basically, most of those guys are virtually unheard of on MH. There are several exceptions, though, notably: - Yeti - all of the member are from relatively famous j-rock bands. Except, they are quite unpopular based on what I heard - The drummer from "Brick Break" did everything well - he played in several metalcore bands before joining Abstracts. That it quite impressive - from Dear Dolce band to Abstracts is quite a jump. Any others you might know about?
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