Kamis, 04 Oktober 2012

Biography of members The Gazette

hi guys...still remember with my promised, right?
sorry...because it's take too long...
you know, i have a simple problem with my notebook and my internet conection...because of that, why i'm late to posting this... 
ok, now i'll write about member of The Gazette,here you are...check it out...

Uruha ~ 麗

Real name: Takashima Kouyou
Birthday: 9-06-1981
Birthplace: Kanagawa
Blood Type: O
Height: 177cm
Weight: 62kg
Colors: purple, grey
Hobbies: billiard, pachinko, bowling, soccer
Cigarette: Marlboro Menthol Light
Family: Parents, two older sisters
Animals: dog, polar bear, penguin, domestic duck
Ring size: 19
Favorite brand: PPFM ,CHROME HEARTS, Rude gallery
Perfume: Gucci Rushes, Bvlgari
Piercings: 4 right ear, 5 left ear
Favorite type: gentle, mature
Previous Bands: Karasu, Ma'die Kusse, Kar+te=zyAnose

Ruki ~ ルキ

Real name: Matsumoto Takanori (松本 たかのり)
Birthday: 1-02-1982
Birthplace: Kanagawa
Blood Type: B
Height: 162cm
Piercings: 5 on the right ear
Colors: purple, red, black, silver, gold
Hobbies: shopping, rental
Cigarette: Marlboro Menthol Light
Family: Parents, older brother
Animals: dog [chihuahuas], cat
Ring size: 17 (middle finger)
Favorite brand: PINK DRAGON, THE GAMBLER$, Anticlass, Creamsoda, Rude gallery
Favorite drink: Kirin Koiwai Apple
Perfume: CO2
Piercings: 5 right ear
Favorite type: cute, wonderful
Disliked type: stupid, dingy
Previous Bands: Mikoto, Ma'die Kusse, Kar+te=zyAnose

Sorry,next time i'll continue this biography....
to be continued....

Selasa, 19 Juni 2012

The Gazette

Hi..hi..come again...
Now i'll write about  The Gazette...uhm, i don't know how to write it,forgive me if what i write is too bad...because of that,i need your comment guys...
Ok, enjoy it...

The Gazette (stylized as the GazettE), this band is originally known as Gazette (ガゼット Gazetto), is a Japanese visual kei rock band formed in early 2002. The band is currently signed to Sony Music Japan's VVV Records. In addition to being one of the more popular bands in the visual kei scene, The Gazette has gained a large international following and to some degree managed to break into the mainstream Japanese music industry.

The band began with Ruki (vocals), Reita (bass), and Uruha (guitar). After being involved with other bands in the visual scene, the trio decided that The Gazette would be their last band. They recruited Aoi (guitar) and Yune (drums) from disbanded visual band Artia and formally became The Gazette in January 2002.

Originally signed to Matina, they released their first single, "Wakaremichi", and released their first music video on April 30, 2002. They re-released "Wakaremichi" in June. By September they had released "Kichiku Kyoushi (32sai Dokushin) no Nousatsu Kouza" and their second PV. In October, they played their first solo live. On Christmas, the 5-song compilation 妖幻鏡 moon and the song "Yougenkyou" were released.

In early 2003, Yune left the band and was replaced by Kai and he volunteered to be the leader. Shortly after this, The Gazette signed with the PS Company label and in May, released their first EP, Cockayne Soup. They started their first tour with the band Hanamuke, and during the tour the bands collaborated on two songs.

A second tour followed with the band Vidoll. The bands were featured together on the November issue of Cure, a magazine focusing on Visual Kei bands.

In early December, they played a co-headlining show with Deadman. On December 28, they performed at Fool's Mate magazine's Beauti-fool's Fest. Afterwards, the performance was released on DVD.

On January 16, 2004, the band recorded a solo performance at the Shibuya-AX, released on DVD as Tokyo Saihan -Judgment Day-. On March 30, 2004, they released their fifth EP Madara, which reached #2 on the Oricon Indie Charts. Madara was followed on May 26 by a companion DVD that included six music videos and an in-the-studio documentary. In the same month, The Gazette was featured in Shoxx magazine's Expect Rush III, a catalogue of independent visual kei artists.

A second concert DVD, Heisei Banka, was released on August 25. During September and October, they toured with fellow PS Company bands Kra and BIS. Their first studio album, Disorder, was released on October 13 and subsequently made it to the top 5 of the indies Oricon Daily Charts.

In early 2005, The Gazette embarked on their Japan-wide spring tour called Standing Tour 2005 Maximum Royal Disorder. The final tour was held at Shibuya Kokaido on April 17. On March 9, The Gazette released the new single "Reila".

After the DVD release of their concert July 6, the band released their sixth EP, Gama, and embarked on the Standing Tour 2005 (Gama) the Underground Red Cockroach. On October 20, The Gazette released their first photobook, Verwelktes Gedicht, which included an exclusive CD containing the song "Kare Uta" (枯詩; Withered Poem). On December 7, 2005, the band released their first single under a major label, "Cassis". The promotional video of "Cassis", was shot in Austria. On December 11, The Gazette performed with other bands signed to the PS Company label to celebrate the record label's fifth Anniversary Peace and Smile Carnival 2005 Tour.

Starting 2006 with a name change from Japanese characters to a romanized script, The Gazette released their second studio album, Nil, on February 8. Shortly afterward, they embarked on another Japanese tour named Standing Tour 2006 Nameless Liberty Six Guns and the tour ended at the venue Nippon Budokan. In May, they released their first compilation album, Dainihon Itangeishateki Noumiso Gyaku Kaiten Zekkyou Ongenshuu; the album included songs from 2002 until 2004. In the next month they released their second music video compilation DVD, Film Bug I. On July 29, The Gazette performed at the Beethovenhalle in Bonn, Germany, their first show outside of Asia. The concerts were arranged in conjunction with the AnimagiC anime and manga convention.

On August 6, The Gazette held a festival called Gazerock Festival in Summer 06 (Burst into a Blaze) at Tokyo Big Sight West Hall. Later that month, the band released two new singles, "Regret" on October 25, and "Filth in the beauty" on November 1. To promote the singles, they embarked on another tour, Tour 2006-2007 Decomposition Beauty. In the middle of tour, they announced location for the final of the tour to be at Yokohama Arena.

The single, "Hyena" was released in early 2007. "Chizuru" (千鶴; A Thousand Cranes), the B-side of "Hyena", was used as the ending song for the horror Korean movie, Apartment. The band's third studio album, Stacked Rubbish followed on July 4, 2007. The album reached #2 on the Oricon charts within a day from the release. The album was followed by a long time promotional tour named Tour 2007-2008 Stacked Rubbish (Pulse Wriggling to Black) from July 2007 until April 2008. In the midst of tour in October, The Gazette embarked on their first European tour, performing in England, Finland, France, and Germany. The tour finale was held in Yoyogi National Gymnasium on April 19 and April 20, 2008

In the beginning of 2008, The Gazette collaborated with GemCerey for jewelry. They released a single, "Guren" (紅蓮; Crimson Lotus), on February 13, 2008, which reached #1 on the Oricon charts. The DVD for their Stacked Rubbish Grand Finale (Repeated Countless Error) at Yoyogi National Gymnasium was released on August 6. The single "Leech" released on November 12, 2008, which also landed a #1 spot on the Oricon daily charts. On July 14, the band performed in the event Music Japan 2008 (a TV program on NHK) with other bands such as Alice Nine, Plastic Tree, LM.C and Mucc.

On August 23. The Gazette held a festival called Gazerock Festival in Summer 08 (Burst into a Blaze) at Fuji-Q Conifer Forest. The Gazette went on a fanclub tour throughout October called Standing Live Tour 08 (From the Distorted City), referencing the song "Distorted Daytime" from their "Leech" single, which portrayed Tokyo as a "distorted city," in terms of the societal and political crises sweeping over Japan.

On November 15, 2008, The Gazette hosted their first secret show in Shinjuku Station. Originally, around two-hundred fifty people were to be anticipated, but instead, over seven thousand attended, the most in the band's history. Due to the amount of people on the streets, the police were forced to shut it down after two songs.

On January 3, 2009, The Gazette performed alongside fellow PS Company bands in the Peace and Smile Carnival 2009 Tour to celebrate the record label's 10th Anniversary in Nippon Budokan, where they announced they would release a new single called Distress and Coma on March 25. The release was preceded by a 7th Anniversary performance called Live 09 (7-Seven-) at Makuhari Messe Convention Hall.

The band released their 4th studio album, Dim on July 15, followed by another Japan-wide summer tour starting in July, for which the tour's final show was held at Saitama Super Arena on September 5. On October 7, 2009, they released their single Before I Decay. After that, The Gazette performed at V'Rock Festival 2009 at Makuhari Messe Convention Hall on October 24.

In December, The Gazette held a Christmas Eve live to close out the year called Live 09 (A Hymn of the Crucifixion) at Tokyo Big Sight.

On March 17, 2010, the band embarked Standing Live Tour 10 (The End of Stillness) at Zepp Tokyo. After the fan club tour, the band then announced a new single and a live tour, which is named Tour 10 Nameless Liberty Six Bullets starting in July with two consecutive nights at Nippon Budokan. Among all of these events, the band has also announced that they would be transferring from King Records to Sony Music Records. "Shiver" is the first single with new label Sony Music Records and was also selected as the opening theme song to the Sony anime series Kuroshitsuji II. On August 4, 2010, they released 3rd music video on DVD titled Film Bug II which included 10's PV from "Regret" to "Before I Decay".

Right after the release of "Shiver", the band announced the final stop of the Tour 10 Nameless Liberty Six Bullets would be held at Tokyo Dome, and two new singles "Red" and "Pledge" would be released.

On March 2011, the band embarked on a fanclub only tour named Live Tour 11 (Two Concept Eight Nights -Abyss/Lucy-) and 9th Birth (Day 9 -NINE-) at Zepp Tokyo in March 10. On March 23, The Gazette released a compilation album titled Traces Best of 2005-2009 and a live concert DVD named The Nameless Liberty at 10.12.26 Tokyo Dome.

The Gazette has postponed the releases of their best-of album Traces Best of 2005-2009 and live DVD The Nameless Liberty at 10.12.26 Tokyo Dome which contains footage of their final concert at Tokyo Dome due to the catastrophe in Japan. Both were released on April 6.

Their single "Vortex" was released on May 25, 2011. On July 2011, Ruki and Aoi will join in PS Carnival Tour 2011 Summer 7 Days at Shibuya. Ruki will include on session band named "Lu/V" and Aoi will include on session band named "Aoi with Bon:cra-z". The Gazette will also be performing at the 2011 Summer Sonic Festival that will be held on August 13 and 14, in Tokyo and Osaka. On September 18, 2011, The Gazette performed at the Inazuma Rock Festival 2011 with TM Revolution.

The Gazette finally announced the release of their new single "Remember the Urge" in August 31, the new album Toxic on October 5 and the Live Tour11 Venomous Cell. The tour will start on October 10 in Tokyo at the International Forum Hall A and will lead the band through 27 cities with a total of 28 performances until the end of the year. The tour finale was held in Yokohama Arena with the title named Tour11-12 Venomous Cell -the Finale- Omega in January 14, 2012. On October 3, The Gazette was rewarded "The Most Requested Artist 2010" from J-Melo Awards 2011.

In the final concert of the Venomous Cell tour, The Gazette announced that they will hold a 10th anniversary concert called Standing Live 2012 10th Anniversary -The Decade- at Makuhari Messe on March 10, 2012. They also announced the release of a new album called Division. The album will come out on August 29 and, as previously revealed, will be made up of entirely new songs. Division will be promoted during the nationwide tour Live Tour12 -Division- Groan of Diplosomia 01, which will start on October 8 and finish on November 29.

Before this, the band will also embark on a fanclub-only tour, titled Standing Live Tour12 -Heresy Presents- Heterodoxy. It will start on July 4 and will end on August 9

I tnink enough for this time. About the profile of members  The Gazette, i'll write it in my next post...
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Senin, 18 Juni 2012

ok guys...
what's up?
long time i'm not write in this blog...
hmmm...still thinking what should i write right now...
i need help...
from who? i don't care, the important thing is i can write something...
now i don't know what's just i write right now...
somebody please help me....
damn !!!
i'm so confuse now...
ok, i will talk about D'espairsRay ...
this is it...
D'espairsRay was a Japanese visual kei rock band. The lineup of Hizumi on vocals, Karyu on guitar, Zero on bass and Tsukasa on drums remained the same, with the group having released four full-length records, fourteen singles, and two EPs. Besides Japan, D'espairsRay have also toured Europe and North America, and had domestic releases in those territories.
this is the biography of the members  D'espairsRay


HIZUMI was the vocalist of D'espairsRay.
Part: Vocal
Birthday: March 2nd, 1977
Blood Type: B
From: North Pole
Height/Weight: 168cm/50kg
Shoe size: 23.5cm
Cigarettes: -----
Color: Black, Red, Green
Hobby: computer
Skill: design, etc
Favourite color: Black, Reddish-brown
Favourite food: nitroglycerin
Disliked food: benzene
Favourite drink: Qoo
Favourite artist: Cabagin
Favourite performer: Una Kowa
Place to have fun: cave, hole
Favourite song: Doubt
Favourite type of woman: Donald
First love: I just remembered
Family: one cat
Describe D'espairsRay: helium
Previous bands: Le'veilKaryu

Karyu in Angelo promoting BABEL

Karyu is the guitarist of Angelo and ex-guitarist of D'espairsRay.
Part: Guitar
Birthday: December 7th, 1978
Birthplace: Dracula's Castle
Blood Type: O
Height/Weight: 183cm/56kg
Shoe size: 27cm
Cigarettes: Marlboro Medium, Mild Seven Light
Perfume: CK One
Hobby: being tied up
Skill: licking
Favourite color: Black, Red, White
Favourite food: little girls
Disliked food: medicine
Favourite drink: the blood of cute little girls
Favourite artist: Korn
Place to have fun: my neighbourhood
Favourite D'espairsRay song: Genshoku
Favourite type of woman: woman who seems cute
First love: anytime
Previous bands: Dieur Mind, D'espairsRay

ZERO (D'espairsRay)

ZERO was the bassist of D'espairsRay.
Stage Name: ZERO
Birthday: July 31, 1978
Blood Type: O
Birthplace: Sakitama, Japan
Height: 170cm
Favorite Cigarettes: Red LARK
Favorite Perfume: Bvlgari Blv Pour Homme, CHIC
Hobby: Tying up
Skill: Delusions
Favorite Color: Purple, Black, Reddish-brown
Favorite food: Frustrated masturbators
Disliked food: Seafood
Favorite drink: Sake, X fluid
Favorite artist: Mana
Place to have fun: Convenience store

TSUKASA (D'espairsRay)

TSUKASA was the drummer of D'espairsRay.
Part: Drums
Birthday: March 6, 1977
Blood Type: B
From: North Pole
Height/Weight: 171cm/49kg
Shoe size: 25.5cm
Cigarettes: LUCKY STRIKE
Perfume: Annasui, GIVENCHY
Hobby drawing
Skill: hidden talent
Favourite color: Black, Reddish-brown
Favourite food: curry, donuts, chou a la creme
Disliked food: prawn
Favourite drink: fresh!
Favourite artist: me
Place to have fun: cave, hole
Favourite D'espairsRay song: kisei -parasite-
Favourite type of woman: natural type
First love: when kindergarten
Describe D'espairsRay: erotic and grotesque
Family: one cat
Previous bands: Le'veil

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Jumat, 30 Desember 2011

Souls who contemplate life ...

You know ...
"Life is too easy to be lived ..."
Too easy, until we ourselves bored to live ...
I guess that's what inspires some people to end his life ...

I personally congratulate to those who have been successfully freed from the shackles of this world ...
Congratulations, you have been free!

This life really sucks ...
But unfortunately I'm not one who likes to curse this life ...

Come on ...
"Do not make the world increasingly funny ..."
You think the dead would put an end to your suffering?
No kidding ...
You will only make people laugh until want to faint ...

I like to think about this life ...
What exactly should we do in this life?
Hmmm ....
Lots of questions ....
But I do not know the answer ...
Pondering ...
Looking for an epiphany ...
I expect an epiphany will come ...
I gave it all to God ...

Senin, 12 Oktober 2009

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