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  1. inartistic

    Twitter 🌹 Patreon 🌹 Discord 🌹 YouTube 🌹 Facebook 🌹 RSS 🌹 Goods ✨vk.gy✨ (ブイケージ, like “v-k-jee” or “v-cage”) is a visual kei library powered by fans like you. It houses years of vk news, thousands of artist profiles, extensive discography information, and much more. (We've recently added official videos, so soon you'll be able to browse those in one place too!) We have exclusive information and images that you won't find anywhere else, as well as special features directly from the bands. ★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★ After joining, you can create your custom vk avatar, which will appear around the site. You can export your avatar as an icon to use at other sites, or as an auto-updating signature banner (which you've seen used by people here at MH). Of course the icon and banner are available in light or dark versions 🌚 ★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★ vk.gy is integrated with Mp3tag, so you can quickly and easily tag any CDs that you rip (and it automatically grabs cover art too). Simply download the script from your account page, drop it into the appropriate folder, and then you can utilize the full vk.gy database. ★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★ There are lots of other random features. If you just hate seeing romaji, you can toggle the site to Japanese mode at any time. If you're online 24/7, you can save your eyes by switching to dark mode in your account settings. There's a flyer of the day, artist of the day, weekly band access ranking, artist tagging, release rating, the ability to track releases that you own, and more. vk.gy is under active development (shoutout to co-developer @Peace Heavy mk II), and we do consider suggestions/requests from the community. ★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★ If you'd like to support vk.gy, you can upgrade your account to 👑VIP status through Patreon. VIP members get almost-daily development updates, access to a limited Discord channel, exclusive avatar options, beta access to new features, priority support, priority consideration of feature requests, and more. For any exclusive images around the site, VIP members get access to the full-res, unwatermarked versions (and this extends to Mp3tag as well). You'll also get a “VIP” badge beside your username, and a ★ by your username in your forum banner. There are occasional physical rewards too! All Patreon supporters are listed on the main page of vk.gy. They're responsible for keeping the site running, and for funding occasional events such as our t-shirt giveaway, New Year postcards, and free stickers. So shoutout to all of the amazing Patreon supporters, and special shoutout to RarezHut and 666 Bistro, who support at the advertiser level! ★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★ ✨If you would like to help✨ If you want to add information to the site, just let me know your username and I'll set you up. Or, pop into our Discord and tell us what you know. The Discord is also the best place to let us know about any bugs, or to make feature requests. We're also looking for people who can help translate the Japanese press releases/live reports that we get, or for people who can help manage our social media accounts. Of course, you can also help the site just by using it. Leave some comments, tag some artists, rate a release or two, or check a random band in the database and learn something new. If you've read through all of this, thank you for your time m(_ _)m ★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★・・・・・・★ ✨vk.gy✨ Twitter 🌹 Patreon 🌹 Discord 🌹 YouTube 🌹 Facebook 🌹 RSS 🌹 Goods
  2. raspberrynilla

    Hello! I've been a fan of Visual Kei for more than 10 years now. My love for Visual Kei really started with Alice Nine. They were my favorite band for the majority of my teen years, I even had a Twitter account simply dedicated to them (@AliceNineWorld for anyone that might remember!). I would also try to discover new bands daily, listen to VK 24/7 and just emerge myself in anything Visual Kei. However back in 2014, my interest for it just slowly started to fade and left the scene all together. I just felt Iike major bands were experimenting with sounds I did not enjoy and newer bands all sounded the same to me. You could say VK died for me that year. But occasionally, I would go back and check up on bands that I still had some interest in, such as Dir en Grey, Diaura, BUCK-TICK, and sometimes A9. Fortunately, this summer my love for Visual Kei resurged once again. Coming back into it and trying to catch up with everything I missed in the past four years has been overwhelming haha. The amount of older bands that have disbanded has come as a complete shock, but the newer bands that are starting out have seriously brought in new life to Visual Kei that I personally think really needed. In my opinion, I think we might be reaching a renaissance of Visual Kei, and that absolutely excites me! All in all, I joined this forum because I wanted to be part of a community in which I could keep up with news and talk with other fellow fans. Visual Kei has always been a huge part of my life growing up, so coming back into it almost feels like coming back home.
  3. Hello everyone, I've been a long time fan of Visual kei for almost half a decade ( If you consider that a long time?), I recently found out about this site from a friend who mentioned it and I thought I'd check it out! I'm into the oldschool side of things, I do not mind some modern bands, although I'm not a big fan of the cookie cutter thing that's going on nowadays. To give you a feel, I'm really into Malice Mizer, La' Mule, Parasite, Baiser, Noi'X, and I'm a HUGE deadman fan. Other than that, I enjoy playing my guitar, listening to normie music, and collecting old military items. Please feel free to talk to me, I don't have much friends so hopefully that can change! I deeply apologize if I accidentally posted this in the wrong forum, I have trouble navigating through sites like these!
  4. secret_no_03

    Hello everyone, I've been a Visual Kei fan since 2004 when I discovered J-Rock with Asian Kung Fu Generation and subsequently Visual Kei through L'Arc~en~Ciel through Fullmetal Alchemist and quickly found DIR EN GREY and X Japan. I was a fan of everything FROM ∀NTI FEMINISM, An Cafe, Girugamesh and 蜉蝣 to Phantasmagoria, Moi dix Mois and Versailles -Philharmonic Quintet- from 2004 up until around 2010. I then fell into Japanese hip hop and left the scene until last year while keeping up with stuff like DIR EN GREY and the GazettE. Anyway, since last year I've been back in it and quite deeply and it's been nice discovering so many new bands and the nostalgia of the bands I used to love. I was always ostracized and ridiculed about my musical choices in my youth (my youth? I'm only 28 xD) and I ended up finding a soul mate who enjoys Visual Kei as well, especially DAMY, but that doesn't mean that I am not looking to create friendships as friends with similar musical interests are few and far between. I've been a fan of a variety of subgenres over the years, everything from your traditional Visual Kei to Oshare-kei and Nagoya-kei. My favorite bands since I've come back would have to be TRNTY D:CODE, Darian Marian, SARIGIA, dexcore, DatuRΛ, MISERIA, and I was really fond of DEVIZE, VRZEL and MEJIBRAY. As far as old bands I've always loved anything MORRIE does; so DEAD END, 黒夢, PENICILLIN, GLAY, X Japan, Luna Sea and D'erlanger. Oh my, I apologize for writing what has essentially turned into a short story! I guess I can end this by saying that I've been aware of this place for some years and used to lurk off and on in the past and I'm happy to be here now.
  5. Talagand

    Hey Monochrome-Community, I'm a long time lurker and thought, why not joining. My own personal favourites are more the old classics, like X, Malice Mizer and Dead End. All of you, have a lovely evening
  6. Hello everyone! I'm shellyshally and being in my early to mid twenties, I'm barely getting back into being a fan of the visual kei music scene I was so obsessed with as a middle/high school student. My favorite band has been and always will be the GazettE, though I also really like Dir en Grey (are they still considered visual kei? not sure if I remember anymore haha) I'm open to learning about new bands! A friend introduced me to アルルカン and I've seen mejibray around too I joined because I wanted to meet some cool new friends I can go to vk concerts/lives with. I have never been to a concert/live before so it's a bit intimidating to go by yourself >< I live on the border between Kanagawa and Tokyo so if anyone is in the area and free and knows where the good concerts are, hit me up lol Nice to meet you all!!
  7. よしあつい

    I just started my account today, what's up? Basic information about me is... i'm 18 years old, a Cancer, I listen to music 24/7 and sometimes I like to draw. You can call me Ar. I've never used a forum space like this before, so I don't know how to appropriately use it. If there is any advice, please say. I'm kinda new to visual kei as a whole and my favourite band so far is Dadaroma.
  8. VulgarKingdom

    Hello ^ ^ ' I happened to come across this site by just looking for Visual Kei things and places where people sell their old merch , and just over all a community of Visual Kei fans . Please be aware I do have some anxiety issues ^ ^ ' so please be kind and forgive me for any late reply and being overwhelmed easily ó _ ò More stuff Also please call me by Koukai ^ ^ ' ~ ♡ I go by he / him and they / them pronouns I do have discord so I may join the server soon ^ ^ just give me some time to get comfortable
  9. DavidB.Rockin

    Hello,My name is DavidB.Rockin. I love Music and Anime. I've been listening Jrock and Visual Kei bands/music since I was in high school(10th or 11th). I've decided to listen to japanese bands and music that were or weren't featured in Anime back in high school. I've also been a fan of Classic Rock for many years and decided to look for bands similar to Led Zeppelin,so I decided to search for Japanese bands from the 60s,70s,80s,and 90s(mostly 80s and 90s)....my intro to Jrock and Visual Kei was anime theme songs,LUNA SEA,La'cryma Christi,and L'Arc~en~Ciel.....In my search results for similar bands to Led Zeppelin/classic rock,I found a few bands that are similar to american/uk bands. I'm a fan of the oldschool Visual Kei bands, I also love some Nagoya Kei bands.
  10. Mephistopheles

    Good day, It has been many years since I have been active in the Jrock/Visual Kei scene. I was provided this forum name as a suggestion from a friend when I inquired about certain music I was searching for. I am a little hesitant to emerge again in the community after being absent for so many years, but I wished to at least say hello while I am here. Thank you for having me.
  11. Hello~ I'm Albert and I like kitkats! ٩(๑❛ᴗ❛๑)۶ I'm from Vancouver, Canada! If anyone is near me let me know! I joined recently as this seems like the best forum for VK friends/news/downloads etc I'm a Japanese/Taiwanese mix. I don't know any Mandarin but I'm perfectly fluent in Japanese so if you need translations then I can help. That being said I'm a lazy person so nothing more than a few sentences at a time. My favorite bands are Misanthropist, Delacroix, Far East Dizain, Morrigan, Vistlip etc...I also like a bunch of anime songs too! Nice to meet you all. I don't know how to use this forum AT ALL atm but I guess I'll get used to it eventually... ᕙ(⇀‸↼‶)ᕗ
  12. RaistMajerk

    Hi everyone, it's nice to meet you. I'm Raist. I've been listening to Visual Kei since I was twelve (about 5 years ago), and I have just now decided to join here because I'd like to get to know some people who are interested in the same type of music, ect.. I like a mix of older and newer bands. I wouldn't say my taste is too horrible. At the moment my absolute favorites I can mention shortly are probably the BP Records three, Liraizo, and recent GazettE. I'm also studying Japanese, and I will take the JLPT N3 this December, so I'm about mid level. I plan to visit Japan for a week in about a year and a half, and m-maybe go to my first live. :'D Thanks, if you read this far. I hope we can get along ok. ;D
  13. Seileen

    Hello and nice to meet you all! My name is Seileen and I'm a 25 year old girl from Italy. My main reason for joining this forum is to meet fellow Jrock, Jpop and VK fans. I'm very happy to have found this forum because all of the VK forums I've found so far have died many years ago and, as you may have guessed, it's extremely rare to find someone who listen to this music when you live in the countryside of Italy xD I'd like to find people from all over the world with whom to have interesting conversations, share common interests and it would be great to find travel/concert buddies as well, since my dream is to go to Japan and attend my favourite bands' lives there. Among my favourite bands are: X Japan, Malice Mizer, Moi Dix Mois, Merry, miyavi (I mean the old one T.T), Kishidan <3, Golden Bomber, Kaya, Seileen/ Selia, Versailles, Psycho Le Cemu. Not visual kei music but I love them anyways: DJ OZMA and basically every OST from every Ryu Ga Gotoku game. So I hope to hear from you!
  14. Tatsusalt

    Hello ^^/ My name is Sebastian and I am new here of course haha. I am a little new to the world of Visual Kei and J-Rock but it feels safe to say that MUCC is my favourite band. I just really love Tatsurou's voice (´•ω•`)♡ I would have to say my favourite album is MyakuHaku but I also really love some of their older songs. I will try to list a few of my favourite songs; Aka, Suimin, HATEЯ, and Himitsu. But that is just a few lol. Aside from MUCC I really love MALICE MIZER, my favourite era is the Klaha era but I do love some of the songs from the Gackt and Tetsu eras. And because of MALICE MIZER I decided to check out Közi and I just fell in love with some of the bands he has also been in ^^ Anyway lol I will end the post here ₍₍ (ง ˙ω˙)ว ⁾⁾
  15. AwesomeNyappy

    Hi everyone I've been listening to JRock for 11 years and was also quite active in another forum in my teenage years. Now, feeling like a JRock grandma already, I've decided to start my comeback. I've never really stopped listening to JRock, but as you get older you grow out of that phase of huge obsession over VK to then....obsess over other, more adult things Recently I've been getting into Dir en Grey and other bands again, mainly because I spent two weeks in Tokyo last year and went to VK shops in Shinjuku. It was a great experience and awakened a long buried passion! I think it's really sad that all of the "youngsters" are just all about KPop nowadays. Not that KPop is bad or anything, but I've just always been more into Metal and Rock in general, so I just don't get all too excited over it. The VK scene has diminished over the years and is now, sadly, barely existent. I want to change that and keep the spirit alive by talking with you lot about JRock and everything related (or unrelated.) Cannot wait to hear from you guys! See you around!
  16. AmberCrystal17

    Hey there! I'm AmberCrystal17 but you can call me Amber (not my real name). I have been lurking around on this site for a while now after I found it on a google search and I finally decided to make an account and temporarily come out of lurking to finally introduce myself. I still won't be super active on this site and I probably won't leave comments or make posts, but I might leave the ocassional like (if I even remember to do so). English is not my native language, so I apologize for any mistakes in grammar or spelling or whatever. I was a fan of VK around 2011-2013 before I stopped listening to it for a while for some reason. I only got back into it in 2016 when I looked through a very old playlist full of VK music I had on Youtube. Most of the VK bands and artists I like are well known ones like The Gazette, Dir en Grey, and Versailles, so I'm not really interesting in that aspect. DISREIGN is a band I like too. However, I've been really bad at keeping up with updates and news about them and I'm only really into their music, so I don't know if I want to call myself a fan of them... Well, that's pretty much all I wanted to share that I could come up with. I guess it's time to go back to lurking.
  17. Kr_kohaku

    Hi

    Hi, my name is Kohaku I just rejoined this site. I had an account YEARS ago and I can`t even begin to try to figure out what my log in info was. So I`m starting over lol. A couple of my friends recently brought this site up and I figured that I should sign up again. I want to make more friends that like J-Rock (And DIR EN GREY)! I also hope to discover some new bands maybe. I also offer translating and finding merch services if anyone is interested in that. I go to many DIR EN GREY lives so I can get people merch that is being sold on the tours. Sorry this was such and awkward intro lol. P.S. I recently have been getting really into Pierrot and Angelo if anyone wants to have a discussion about them!
  18. kyounoowari

    Hi, I have been a fan of jrock amongst other forms of music since 2010, and it is about time to say hi and participate a bit in discussions. If I had to pinpoint favorites, it would be hard, but I feel Sekai no Owari is up there for more mellow; Guild for visual Kei; and an honorable mention to Jikkendai Marmot. Hopefully I will be able to contriibute to this decent community.
  19. tetrahelixthrone

    Hello! My name is Mishya, and I'm new to this forum and VKei. I listened to a tiny bit in High School, but my boyfriend recently got me back into it. About me: I am 20 years old, Male, University student. My major is Secondary English Education with a minor in Japanese and TESL. I am Aquarius dominant, INTJ, blood type A+. I grew up in Hawaii. I have a two cats I love a lot. I do a lot of art and poetry in my free time, and love to cook. Bands/Artists I Like: - The GazettE (All time favorite, and currently my favorite band. I thought Dogma was a brilliant album) - Dir En Grey - Sukekiyo - VAMPS - L'arc~en~ciel - DADAROMA - LUNA SEA - X Japan - SUG - Daoko - Miyavi - Gackt - In This Moment - Bjork - Constanza Francavilla - Brooke Candy - Die Antwoord (specifically Yolandi) - The Smiths/Morrisey - HEARTSREVOLUTION - Depeche Mode - Purity Ring - Father John Misty - Four Tet - Florence + the Machine - Death Cab For Cutie - The Postal Service - The Cure - Bring Me The Horizon - Lil Wayne - Shakira - La Dispute I listen to many more bands, but these are the ones I've been listening to for the last year or so. It's nice to meet you all, and I hope we can be friends! Thank you for reading this! Mishya
  20. LockInitial

    Hi! I've visited this site once and a while and now that I see myself on it more I made an account. Some of my favorite VK bands are Kannivalism, xtripx, 9goats black out, Deathgaze, and Baroque. I've been also getting into more non-visual Japanese bands like Lamp in Terren, People in the box, and Super Beaver. I've never actually read any of the introductions here so this is probably posted all wrong but I'm looking forward to sharing my opinion on stuff here!
  21. warumonokurenai

    Hello there! So, I have been stalking this forum for a few years now but I never actually created an account, I guess it's not too late to do so lol so here I am! please feel free to check my "About me" section to... obviously know about me lol ('cause I already typed a lot there and I don't wanna type the same here or even copypaste it lol sorry). I hope I can meet some nice people here! Yoroshiku onegaishimaaaaaasu /weeaboo EDIT: My favorite bands are Dir en grey, Girugamesh, D'espairRay, Mejibray, Dadaroma, Vidoll, exist+trace, lynch, Byakura, OZ, Malice Mizer, sukekiyo, Sadie, Diaura, Juliadoll... Just to name a few, 'cause the list of bands I like/regularly listen to is literally endless. I came to find out about Visual Kei because of 2 things; one, Dance Dance Revolution and two, anime (I swear it makes sense once I explain how that lead me to it). So back in 2001 I used to hang out in the mall at the arcades and spend a lot of time playing DDR; I eventually made friends with a few kids that went every weekend to play as well, some were just a bit older than me, like 12 or 13, and they watched anime on cable TV all the time, it was like, "the cool version" of cartoons. I did get to watch anime sometimes but only whenever the local channels aired anything and that wasn't too often. But anyways, I loved Sailor Moon and so I kinda knew what anime was (didn't know it was called anime or anything about it but whatever, you get the point) and I wanted to watch more so I started hanging out with some of the kids at their places. So after a while I knew what anime was and I became more interested in Japanese stuff aside from Sailor Moon, like Hello Kitty or Pokemon cards or Street Fighter games. So far I haven't explained shit but the point in that was that the DDR made me meet anime fans who sort of exposed me to Japanese pop culture or whatever, so that built a foundation. At that time I had bought a Limp Bizkit CD because the guy I liked listened to Limp Bizkit's Chocolate Starfish all the time and laughed at me in his birthday 'cause I didn't know who Limp Bizkit were. I actually liked their music but didn't know how to find a CD! Anyways, I managed to buy a pirate CD that summer and that took me to trying to find more "heavy music" CDs. I asked the guy that sold the pirated CDs for something "heavy and loud" and that's how I started listening to Marilyn Manson and Metallica (yeah, WTF right? Amazing combination). I loved Manson's look and of course my parents couldn't believe the kind of music I was digging. They didn't oppose too much though, so I kept buying CDs that summer, some I liked, some I didn't (I hate ACDC but I got them, HATE Bon Jovi too but got one of his too... I did enjoy Korn and Aerosmith sometimes, both recommended by the pirated CDs people in Chuy). So there I got the liking for weird clothing, I'd see Manson and think "guys wearing make up? well that is ok and looks cool actually", I liked "dark" styles and loud music. And then, it finally happened. In 2003, I made a friend named Pablo (who I am eternally grateful for showing me the way) who was hardcore into Japanese stuff. Including music. I had never heard of a Japanese rock/metal band. Only anime openings and DDR songs in Japanese were "Japanese music" for me. He was one of the few lucky people to actually have internet access at home that you could use to download shit. He had found Japanese bands in a sharing program named ARES, maybe some of you remember or even used that thing... it was amazing! So anyways, at the time I was hardcore into Lacrimosa and Rammstein, so he shared the video for "Beast of Blood" with me and I was like "WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE?! ARE THEY REAL???? LIKE, OMG THEIR LOOKS AND THE MUSIC IS THE SHIT". And then a few days later he comes and gives me a burned CD with the tag "jrock and visual kei" and that had some songs by X and Larc en ciel (Endless Rain and Stay Away), another Malice Mizer song (Bel Air), a song from another band I can't remember and 2 songs from THE BAND THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING lol; Macabre (the song, not even the album, JUST THE ONE SONG and the actual PV for Cage in THE MOST extreme shit quality ever seen by my eyes. I would play these songs on repeat ALL FUCKING DAY, no kidding. My dad even confiscated my DISCMAN (oh shit) more than once because I would be plugged into it ALL DAY LONG. Pablo, being the best person ever, actually found and downloaded Gauze and Macabre for me and then I begged my parents so much for internet that they actually got us internet and I searched for more music constantly in Ares and the then using torrent sites. Fast forward to 2005 on, I became addicted to anything Visual Kei I could find. By 2007 I had cut my hair Vk style, would do my make up Vk style, would worship bandomen and receive criticism from my boyfriend's goth friends 'cause "my idols were just copying goth bands and it was lame" and basically facing the issues of a South American Visual Kei fan; you have no access to nothing, nobody likes or even knows about Vk, you parents don't understand why the people on your screen look like ladies but are all men and you keep saying they're not trans they're just "VISUAL KEI" and nobody gets what the fuck that is anyways. on 2008 I had managed to either meet a few other people that liked Vk or meet people that still didn't and after showing them they were like "yeah I dig this", and so the forum jmusicuruguay.tk was created. 2009 I attended my first concert and that was Dir en grey in Santiago, Chile, probably one of the happiest days in my life (like, it's hand on hand with their 2011 concert in Buenos Aires). I have a huge poster on my wall and I don't get tired of staring at it and reading over and over again "All Visible Things Tour". Fast forward to today, I'm close to being 30 fucking years old and I enjoy Vk more than ever I think? I like other styles, I am a big fan of Lacrimosa, Marilyn Manson, Rammstein, The Strokes, The Black Keys, Deftones, Silversun Pickups... But there's nothing like watching some hot dudes with their faces covered in makeup that's always on point no matter what and their hair is perfect and their costumes/clothes are always the shit and on top of that they can play instruments and (sometimes) sing and some are actually very fucking good and it's all so ridiculous that Japanese people out of everyone in the world created this shit out of some other shit some mad English people passed on to the Americans for them to make some updates to it and at some point the weirded out version got spread to Japan and it all ended up in this. On the other side, only in Japan you get the kind of things you get so it makes perfect sense, right? Whatever, that's my story. Sorry for the long post.
  22. tenshibara

    Hi I've been coming here as a guest for a while now but I decided to join formally today! *slow clap in the background* I like a lot of VK bands but my favourites are Mejibray, Diaura, GazettE, VRZEL and Pentagon (ペンタゴン) You might see me pop up around here quite often since I have too much time on my hands xD Love, peace and chocolate, ~ Aya <3
  23. Hi everyone! I've never posted on a forum before so here goes! I go by ghata, I'm a 25-year-old guy from California. I work in the family business as an ISP. I got into Japanese music when I started watching anime when I was 13 listening to all the intro and closing songs! I like just about any genre of music but VK is definitely my favourite. My favourite bands are Versailles, Girugamesh, Dir en Grey, The Gazette, and many more! If I'm not listening to music I'm trying to play it on guitar (and hopefully piano and violin one day) I also practice Wing Chun(kung fu) when i can. I play lots of video games and watch any anime I can get my hands on. I always wanted to find a community of other people who liked Japanese music as much as I did that I could talk to, and I'm really excited about this forum! Thanks for reading! Please feel free to message me anytime
  24. Waru Chibi

    Hei guys, I am new to the board but not to the VK and J-rock scene. I listen to that kind of music for over 12 years now and I thought it would be nice to meet new people who also enjoy the same taste ^^ Well I really don't like introductions but here are some facts of me: I speak English, German and I am currently learing Japanese in my 3rd year, I also started to learn finish but I am not very good at it my hobbies are collecting CDs, Music DVDs and Artist books. My collecion of CDs/DVDs/Tapes and so on is currently around 750, but I try to be at 800 by the end of the year I love my Ball-Jointed-Dolls. At the moment I own 32. Six of them are inspired by musicians. So two of them are Dir en Grey Kyo and Kaoru minimees, which means they are made to look like the real one. The other 4 are the guys of The 3rd Birthday. Eru and Tomoya are in Balalaika now, so I will continue to create the dolls like their real self. (The real guys know and love their little ones, that makes me for sure continue). Folie and Yu-chi will be like they were in The 3rd Birthday. I also don't plan to get Yuudai and Kei to complete Balalaika. I love going to concerts I work at an online radio named Radio Diabolos and we are airing a J-rock show every two weeks on friday from 2.00-4.00p.m. C.E.T. I am a Student I love sewing And on the end I should name some of my favourit bands. Mostly I love indie Bands. I think I will go with my top 10 active bands: Balalaika [The 3rd Bithday/Amber Bullet (same Vocal so my number one xD)] Dir en Grey Avanchick Fixer Sukekiyo Killaneth Nocturnal Bloodlust Rides in Revellion D Deviloof And for disbanded: Unsraw, Kagrra, OZ, Tokami, Kagerou, varyl/Gossip, Cardia and many more Feel free to ask questions if you like to know something ^^ よろしくお願いします。
  25. SethItari

    Hello everyone, My name, or at least the one I go by, is Seth. I'm a student and musician from Ontario, Canada. I love all sorts of Japanese music, but particularly J-Rock hence my interest in joining this community to hopefully stay current and discuss the music I love with other fans. While I study computer science in school, with a minor in Japanese, my dream is to become a musician or composer, particularly, as unrealistic a dream as that may be for a Canadian, in the realm of J-Rock / J-Pop. I play sing, play guitar, drums, Saxophone, and a bit of violin which I may or may not have picked up as a result of my infatuation with TK's use of strings in tracks like Unravel. Though I am more familiar with what I would consider "mainstream" J-Rock, I do enjoy Visual Kei bands such as The GazettE, DIV and MEJIBRAY. I get the impression a lot of you are particularly Visual Kei savvy, which is fine as I'd love to improve my knowledge of the genre, though I like that all the same I do see a lot of variety around the site and hope that you'll accept my musical openness. (I'll try not to profess my love for Nishino Kana and FLOWER as openly to stay on topic with the rock music. Can't make any promises for Eir Aoi and LiSA though. They rock hard enough for me.)
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