News from girugamesh

news - 07.23.2013 15:07
Visual rock band girugamesh have been very quiet of late, with their last single having been release a little over a year ago. This quietness is now set to come to an end, as during the special event absolute 0 decision last Monday, the band revealed that they have reviewed and found their new style for the second decennium, which they refer to as "the second stage of girugamesh".

On September 11th, the single INCOMPLETE will be released. This will be followed by the band's sixth album, titled MONSTER, which will come out later in 2013, though a firm release date has yet to be confirmed. The band will also hold a one-man performance on October 13th in SHIBUYA-AX.

INCOMPLETE will be available in two editions. The limited edition will contain as its B-side a demo 'trailer' version of MONSTER. The regular edition will be CD-only and will feature the title track and its instrumental version, as well as two brand-new songs.

JaME also had the chance to ask the band about any overseas activities. Vocalist Satoshi said that even though there are no current plans for a world tour, he hopes that their fans will continue to wait for them, as they hope to come back as soon as possible. The single INCOMPLETE will also be released in Europe through the label GANSHIN, and will come out on September 11th.

During absolute 0 decision, girugamesh played three of their new songs. The new style signals a clear return to their older, heavier, work while keeping the catchier melodies which they developed later on in their ten-year career, resulting in a powerful sound. You can check out a preview of the new single below:

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