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  1. Estimated reading time: 8 minutes, 20 seconds. Contains 1669 words. There was a time when a Schwarz Stein reunion would have been at the top of my music wish list. The late 2000s were drawing to an end and I was still very much immersed in their eschatological vision of digital decadence, a dream of liberation and redemption with the technopolitan paradise awaiting. With their first two albums, 2003’s New vogue children and 2004’s Artificial Hallucination, Kaya and Hora established their very own, unique sound, not only as an electronic act in the visual kei space, but also within electronic music in general, fusing beat-driven, danceable EBM with tinges of trance, synthpop, industrial and chanson. Their conceptual and lyrical focus on themes and dualisms of oftentimes biblical proportions (entrapment vs. salvation, earthly dystopia vs. transcendent utopia, freedom vs. sin etc.) and allusions to hedonism and sexual liberation as an antidote to the paralysis of totalitarian social order give Schwarz Stein a distinct gothic edge which resounds in their music in an obvious yet elegant way. Accompanying even more upbeat tracks is an almost omnipresent melancholia, lingering in the timbre of reverberating keyboard strokes and gaining momentum in the lyrics and vocal delivery. Kaya’s singing voice has always struck me as exceptionally powerful yet composed, while retaining fragility, warmth as well as emotional depth and nuance throughout its entire range. He croons with such clarity and smoothness, his lower register seems more like the dark hues of a bright color while his midrange is forceful and voluminous, at times erupting into a subtle, wistful vibrato. Even his highs stand out to a certain degree – they sound youthful, open and bright while thinning out only in falsetto. Similar to their sound and overall design philosophy as a band, Schwarz Stein’s visual aesthetic revolves around the juxtaposition of visceral darkness and playful sensuality. The foundation of their style is a mixture of BDSM fashion and gothic glitz, which in and of itself would be anything but revolutionary and was actually quite the cliché couture of early 2000s visual kei. But Schwarz Stein put a unique spin on their makeup, costumes, props and stage design by incorporating an iconography and visual aesthetic that is unmistakably inspired by H.R. Giger. On a superficial level, it might seem gimmicky. But Giger’s transhumanism actually translates in a very meaningful way into Schwarz Stein’s world, where the non-human part, the intrusive, dehumanizing element resounds not only in their musical concept as a purely digital act but also in themes like estrangement, solitude, corruption and slavery to an unfree system. Interestingly, this clear vision of their style had already been established during their Rudolf Steiner demo days and (unsurprisingly) became a little less prominent during their prime under music and fashion label owner Mana. In 2006, two years after their initial disbandment and subsequent pursuit of solo careers, Kaya and Hora came out with a onetime collaborative session album titled another cell. While it was a solid release, especially for Kaya lending INNER UNIVERSE and FROZEN PAST his voice, it suffered from lower production value and a creeping disconnect in the duo’s collaboration; a first foreshadowing of what the future would hold. When Recurrence of Hallucination dropped in celebration of Schwarz Stein’s 10th anniversary, the sense of foreboding left behind by another cell turned into sobering reality. Even though the 2011 mini-album was released under the Schwarz Stein name, it feels even more like an on the side cash grab. It consists of three slightly remixed and somehow less exciting versions of tracks from Hora’s solo work, one new, albeit sub-par composition and an instrumental intro, which ironically trumps the rest of the EP. The whole thing sounds anemic and detached. And I don’t even so much take issue with its shortcomings in the engineering and production department; the switch to Kaya’s label トロイメライ (Traumerei) surely came with budgetary constraints. It’s the blatant decline in songwriting and compositional quality and the obvious lack of effort put into the project I find so deeply disappointing that not even nostalgia suffices to compensate for it. After their official reunion in 2014 and a handful of hit-and-miss singles, Schwarz Stein finally announced a proper new mini-album titled Immortal Verses and scheduled to release in September of 2018. The track list and cover art looked promising at first, calling to mind their trademark mix of gothic kitsch, dystopic gloom and stoic sensuality. In a lot of ways, however, Immortal Verses completely fails to correct course. In fact, it seems entirely ignorant of any shortcomings or failures in the first place and instead reiterates in an even more opportunistic way the exact creative principles which not only spoiled its predecessor but also threaten to water down their entire legacy. The main problem boils down to the songwriting and composition. As a solo artist, Hora has always been frustratingly impervious to any kind of innovation when it comes to his sound. It wouldn’t even be much of an overstatement to say that he’s been making the same three songs for thirteen years now – there’s the abrasive industrial banger, the spacy club anthem and the ambient mood piece. Even his sound palette hardly changed in over a decade which makes his albums altogether feel like weary and unfocused attempts at amplifying the slowly fading echo of his accomplishments from times past. Unfortunately, this is exactly what plagues Schwarz Stein’s post-reunion material. There’s very little in the way of original ideas. Instead, songwriting and composition seem to be largely governed by a self-referential process of copy & paste and an aggravating compulsion to check the same old boxes. It’s formulaic to the point of redundancy. Lotus is a prime example of that. It’s the mini-album’s thematic and narrative climax, the focal point of overall tension building and pacing. By virtue of its placement and function, it tries hard to be loud and spectacular, to emulate the abrasiveness and tonal density of their harsher, more industrial-oriented output. Nothing about it works though. Structurally, it is entirely predictable and musically, much too familiar. What should’ve been an homage, I assume, ends up as an awkward amalgamation of Schwarz Stein’s BIO GENESIS (2003) and Kaya’s Sodomy (2013, music written by Hora). The thumping beat, the ominous synth lines, the nervous, channel-hopping buzz of distorted guitar samples… it’s all there, ready to wreak havoc but the individual elements simply don’t add up to anything meaningful or enjoyable. Lotus misses the mark widely and by recycling old material so bluntly illustrates the duo’s petty refusal to be creative with disheartening clarity. And to add insult to injury, even Hora’s “death voice”, a simple yet somewhat iconic voice distortion effect (cf. CREEPER, 2004), is employed so ham-fistedly here, it degenerates into a meaningless, lackluster gimmick. In short, Lotus is Immortal Verses at its worst: derivative, unimaginative and overstated in all the wrong places. Despite all that, however, there are a few redeeming moments and some genuinely sensible artistry to be found on the mini-album. The lyrics of Immortal Verses tell a short but moving tale of a lost love which has rendered the protagonist broken and immobilized, slowly withering away in deeply solitary, lifeless apathy. The memories both painfully elusive and relentlessly parasitic begin to haunt them in the form a faint, flickering light. The longing for what seems forever lost in time – love, happiness, the feeling of wholeness – is presented as an inescapable dilemma: it’s the sole raison d’être and ultimate martyrdom at the same time. The narrative unfolds over the course of all five tracks and adds a welcome element of cohesion which the music alone oftentimes fails to provide. In some cases, the lyrical themes of isolation, estrangement, solitude and yearning resonate quite beautifully with the instrumentation and vocals. morgue, for instance, does a decent job as an opener with its simmering organs setting a somber mood and the beat building tension in unison with dramatic synth strings. It’s neither loud nor overbearing but a patient moment of exposition, providing a well-rounded backdrop for Kaya’s equally subdued yet poignant vocal performance. Although he’s always been a competent vocalist, his voice sounds more refined and confident than ever. Even in otherwise unremarkable tracks like Immortal Light and Forest of Paralysis, he manages to break the relative flatness of the instrumental and add depth, a third dimension for emotion to resonate within and become tangible. Wachtraum is most noteworthy in that regard. In similar fashion to COCOON (2014), Kaya hums impressively clear, low notes during the verses which transition into an elegant, climactic hook. The tension that has been progressively built during the first three cuts and peaked in Lotus quietly dissolves in these last, satisfying moments of calm reflection and melancholy. And even though they don’t quite reach ethereal quality of tracks like transient (2003) or Emergence of Silence (2004), these quieter moments bring to light little bits and pieces of something I thought Schwarz Stein had lost for good: their identity. I find it difficult to assess Immortal Verses in a broader, more general way that would be commensurate with a conclusion of this review. There’s one reason for that and it’s the sincerest bottom line I can produce. Immortal Verses is an extremely hermetic release – and deliberately so. Neither does it engage in any kind of dialogue with the tropes and trends of contemporary visual kei - be it stylistically or musically - nor does it build upon the duo’s established sound and innovate it. The mini-album’s entire artistic scope and purpose are wholly determined by its relationship to Schwarz Stein’s previous work. Immortal Verses is a sonic soliloquy, a nostalgic stroll down memory lane and as such it explicitly and exclusively caters to a very specific audience: Schwarz Stein’s most devoted, longtime fans. In a perpetual sequence of anachronistic references, the songs try so hard to tie in with the collective memory of a sympathetic fan base that they fail to say anything much but this: contemporary Schwarz Stein is for those who remember. Without that memory, there just isn’t much to enjoy.
  2. I like to request the lyrics of Fabulous and Nuovo from the last single of Kaya ~
  3. A recent passion project of mine once I got my physical copies of both Licht and Dunkelheit was to take the raw kanji and romanize it and then translate it into English. I understand that there have been other romanizations and translations available, however I had noticed several errors in their romanization that lead me to believe most of them were incorrect. In any case, these compilations had severe songs that were never romanized or translated, so here you go! Please, please, if you use these lyrics elsewhere, give me credit? I worked insanely hard on these. THE BEST -LICHT- 1. TESTAMENT 2. RISE TO HEAVEN 3. PROFANE GENE 4. CURRENT 5. LAPIS LAZULI 6. GENUINE -RECURRENCE- 7. TRANSIENT 8. EMERGENCE OF SILENCE 9. FLEETING BEAUTY 10. HYPNOS -LICHT- 11. PREDICT -ROSEN CLARION- 12. PERFECT GARDEN -SK0520MIX- 13. NEW VOGUE CHILDREN 14. LAST HALLUCINATION 15. HAVEN THE BEST -DUNKELHEIT- 1. BLAZING DARKNESS 2. RELEASE ME 3. ADDICTIVE EPICUREAN 4. QUEEN OF DECADENCE 5. LILITH 6. THE ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS -EXPIRE- 7. CORRODED CAGE 8. FESTER LOVE 9. COCOON -FALLEN- 10. CREEPER 11. SLEEPING MADNESS 12. SYPHILLIS AND DISORDER 13. SUCCUBUS 14. APOCALYPSE -ECLIPSE RING- 15. SIRIUS -DUNKELHEIT-
  4. Hi There, I was just planning to buy the above mentioned DVD from Chaotic Harmony, but it seems that they no longer have it in stock ;( So I was wondering if there is anyone willing to sell me one, Feel free to drop your price and condition of the item in replies. I am based in United Kingdom if that helps. Thank you ^^ JnX.
  5. chaoticharmony

    Hello! We're Chaotic Harmony Imports and our mission is to globalize visual kei by bringing official merchandise to your doorstep! We're a new import store, and an official distributor for each of our artists. We actually work directly with the labels and artists to get all of our merchandise, which keeps the prices low for you (as close to the original Japanese price as possible), and supports all of the artists! By doing this, we allow you to completely avoid expensive import and shopping service fees, as well as slow shipments! This also means that all of our inventory is brand new, and nothing us ever resale! We are based in the US, but we offer international shipping an accept payments by Paypal. Currently we feature these artists: lynch., SuG, Kaya, Schwarz Stein, Femme Fatale, DaizyStripper, FEST VAINQUEUR, Kiryu, Royz, Codomo Dragon, MeteoroiD, Chanty, and Avanchick. We are also always working to expand our inventory. We feature tour goods like t-shirt, towel, cheki (signed!), cheki holders, and more! Visit www.chaotic-harmony.net to see all of our available inventory! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via our contact form, or e-mail us at info@chaotic-harmony.net. We'll also be replying to any questions or comments on this thread. Our social media: Facebook Twitter Tumblr
  6. Currently selling: Kamijo - Castrato - Regular edition NEW - 80sek Lycaon Akujo no hohoemi single (limited version, unopened!) - 60sek Femme Fatale Powder (limited edition completly new and sealed. comes with photobookelt inside according to sticker at the front) 80sek Kaya Yumeji poster from Tower records (I think it's the half body picture but I haven't opened it) D- Master Key D version, case has a crack on the back. Otherwise in new condition, sealed. 65sek, shipping included in you only want this single!(excluding paypalfee) Please comment or PM for pictures as photobucket links doesn't work anymore! As I'm in Japan at the moment the below items can't be shipped! Shipping's from Sweden, payment through paypal in Swedish krona. Feedback: http://silk-puppet.livejournal.com/17415.html Prices are negotiable. Flyers, 8sek each Buck-tick (several different from the past tour and aku no hana re-release, ask for photos D'erlanger Girugamesh Mix Speakers Inc Scarlet Valse Velvet Eden Papers 10sek: Gab vol 72 - Nocturnal Bloodlust, orn, lycaon, femme fatale, avelcain, grieva
  7. Hi everyone! I'm selling a bunch of Cheki! I'd really love to have them gone soon, so price of a bit more expensive Cheki can be discounted by 10% if you buy more than 3! (I will write which ones below!) Please take a look at them here Selling Cheki of: Lycaon (all members, 4-8€!) ex. BFN (Ice, Cosplay/Signed, 8€) Shounenki (all members 6 Cheki Set for 20€!) ex. SCREW (Byou, 7€) PENTAGON (All members 6-8€, some only sold in sets though) JUPITER (Zin, Cosplay, 10€ each) Inugami Circus (4€) Kaya (Coupling Cheki with Inugami Circus/ Solo Cheki/SIGNED/ Femme Fatale Cheki) DISCOUNT POSSIBLE + FREE REGULAR SHIPPING IF YOU BUY 5 OR MORE Femme Fatale (Chargeeeee) MEJIBRAY (Mia, Koichi. 7-14€) DISCOUNT POSSIBLE! Also selling a big BLACK LINE/ G.L.A.M.S. / MIKARU Set! Contains: 35 Cheki (Mikaru, Black Line Members, GLAMS Members, most of them signed), 2 Photsets, 1 CD (Glams - Under the Moon), 1 Handwritten Atari Card by Syu from Black Lines Last Live. The original Price of everything would be around 180€-200€, I'm selling everything for 100€ on ebay OR 90€ if you contact me via facebook or here! See pictures here Pleaseplease contact me if you're interested <3 FEEDBACK can be found under my Photo Album! Shipping is from Germany! For Details please read the photo album desription If you have any questions please don't hesitate to send me a message!
  8. eiheartx

    Kaya / 『The Birth of DIVA』- DVD

    LIVE DVD『The Birth of DIVA』 品番:TK-15 税抜価格:¥5,500 発売日:2016年12月16日(金) 発売元/販売元:トロイメライ
  9. eiheartx

    Kaya / 夢路 - MCD

    夢路 2017.03.08 RELEASE ▼シングル『夢路』 発売日:2017年3月8日(水) ▼限定盤 品番:TK-16 税抜価格:¥2,000 【2曲入りCD+DVD】 1. 夢路 2. Frosty Rain (with 鈴木結女) DVD 夢路Making DVD ▼通常盤 品番:TK-17 税抜価格:¥1,500 【3曲入りCD】 1. 夢路 2. Frosty Rain (with 鈴木結女) 3. 夢路-Remix-
  10. haiironoanemone

    Hello dear monochrome heaven community I'm a Japanese studies student and I am planning to write my seminary paper about Visual Kei this semester. To be concrete, I would like to analyze modern Visual kei lyrics (language and contents) and thought about analyzing them according to subgenres and take e.g 5 bands per sub-genre. Now my problem is that there are so many especially recent bands where I don't know which subgenre they belong to and also, there are so many subgenres and everyone writes about them a bit differently. The ones I found out in a Japanese master thesis and in the internet are: 1) Kote-kei (90's bands, so I probably won't need that one as I'm focusing on modern VK) 2) Oshare-kei (I guess the samples explain it) An Cafe, LM.C, SuG, Kra 3) Koteosu-kei (mix of Kote kei and oshare kei) Bands: the Gazette, Nightmare 4) Sofubi-kei (natural make-up, softer music that is catchy and easy to listen to) Alice Nine, Vivid, SID (late era) 5) O-tanbi-kei (Influenced by the renaissance in Europe) Versailles, Misaruka, D, Kaya 6) O-warai-kei (I guess the examples explain what this subgenre is like) Golden Bomber, this is a Pen 7) Wafuu-kei (costumes & setting traditionally Japanese, also using typically Japanese instruments) Kagrra, Kiryu, Zin, Memento Mori, Orochi 8 ) Angura kei (also traditional Japanese setting& costume but usually very dark) MUCC, cali gari, guruguru eigakan, Plastic tree, heidi, Waggakki band sub-sub genres: misshitsu-kei, chikashitsu-kei, shironuri kei, eroguro kei, showa kayou kei 9) Kirakira/host-kei The Sherry 10) Nagoya-kei Avel Cain, Deathgaze So if anyone knows any more bands for one of these subgenres it would be very helpful to me Mainly bands formed after 2000~ would be great as I want to focus on modern Visual Kei. Also, as I mentioned, there are some bands I would really incorporate into my paper but I'm not sure to which subgenre I could add them. Dadaroma, Scapegoat, Mejibray, Killaneth, Balalaika, Grieva, DIO, Kuroyuri to kage etc- which subgenre might darker bands like this belong to? Or recent bands like Clowd, Belle, Gigamous, Chanty, Staa-ku, Pentagon, Sibile-bashir (probably o-warai-kei though) or Anfiel (maybe kirakira kei?)- I have no idea where I could add these ones. Or R-shitei, Royz, the Raid, Sick2, Purple Stone, Screw, Black Line, the Lotus, Fest Vanqueur, Neverland, Gossip, Blaive, Initial L/Lycaon, HERO, Astaria, BORN, Diaura, ViV etc etc So if anyone knows something more about one of these subgenres, or just knows any band to add to one of these (doesn't have to be one of the ones I mentioned) or could guess where one of the band mentioned above might belong to- any little comment would be helpful I hope I posted this in the right category of the forum, please tell me if not or if a post like this is unapproprite (>///<) Thank you very much in advance
  11. I'm selling these three Moi Dix mois pamphlets - Accepting PayPal and bank transfer within europe - Shipping worldwide from germany (ask for shipping costs) - I would consider trading for Matenrou Opera pamphlets ^^ Dix Infernal (size: B4, 28 pages) Price: 16€ + shipping Beyond the Gate (size: B4, 32 pages) price: 16€ + shipping Dis Inferno (size: B4, 28 pages) Moi Meme Moitie presents Moi Dix Mois and SchwarzStein price: 20€ + shipping
  12. Hi everyone: My nickname is Halman and I'm from Barcelona. Some years ago I was dix-he-kun in this forum. I'm a little bit sad but I really need to do this: I'm selling part of my CD and DVD official collection! All CD and DVD are in perfect conditions , also include the obi (as you can see in the pictures), so aren't Miya Records products! The price doesn't include shipping cost. All prices are acceptable to discus (private). Thanks! MOI DIX MOIS Moi dix Mois, Dixanadu + Lamentful Miss (2CD, European Version): 11,99e + shipping cost Moi dix Mois, Nocturnal Opera + Singles (2CD, European Version): 13,9e + shipping cost Moi dix Mois, DIXANADU (Limited Edition) (DVD): 18,73e + shipping cost Moi dix Mois, Invite to Immorality (2DVD + Case + 18 pages booklet) + Pamphlet: SOLD Moi dix Mois, Sticker B (Color Version): 4,15€ + shipping cost KAYA Kaya, Glitter (Limited Edition): SOLD Kaya, Salon De Chocolat (DVD + Photo): SOLD Kaya, Chocolat (CD + Case + Photo): 7,24e + shipping cost Kaya, 百鬼夜行: SOLD MALICE MIZER Malice Mizer, La meilleur sélection de Malice Mizer Best Selection: 10,16e + shipping cost Malice Mizer, Merveilles’s Cloth Poster 43’x31,5’ (109x80 cm aprox.), only this item is Not official: 12€ + shipping cost Malice Mizer, Bara no Seidou Limited European edition CD + DVD (Cardinal) + Poster Type A + Poster Type B + Booklet: 25€ + shipping cost Malice Mizer, "Uruwashiki Kamen no Shotaijo", 15€ + shipping cost Malice Mizer, "Illuminati" (Mini-CD), 15€ + shipping cost AURAL VAMPIRE Aural Vampire, "Zoltank", 18€ + shipping cost Aural Vampire, "Kerguelen Vortex", 15€ + shipping cost OTHERS XA-VAT, XA-VAT CD + DVD (Limited Edition): 8€ + shipping cost Goatbed, Men's vogue (DVD, Limited Edition): 24€ + shipping cost GOTHIKA, 120 Days of Sodom + Photo-set Type A + SIGNED: 13€ + shipping cost (rare!) GOTHIKA (Ex-Euthanasie), Queer Chronicle + Photo-set Type A + SIGNED: 13€ + shipping cost (rare!) Blam Honey, Providence of Decadence (2CD + DVD + DemoCD): 37,18e + shipping cost Bespa Kumamero, Romantic Waves: 4e + shipping cost Monica Uranglass, The Tempation X: 8,15e OFFICIAL T-SHIRT Mois dix Mois, Dixanadu Fated "raison d'être" - Europe Tour (Madrid 25-10-07): 12e (M) Tokyo Decadance (Madrid 23-05-08): 12e (Japanese XL)
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