Deluhi Megathread (Far East Dizain and all things post Deluhi)

Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by Bloody_Inferno, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. Bloody_Inferno

    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    deluhi

    There may as well be a thread about them. :)

    Some of you here have already heard of these guys, but for the rest, it's J-Rock with a heap of awesome metal riffs. It even features ex Galneryus bassist Yu-to so there's a bit of cred right there. Enjoy.











    And their guitarist Leda is also a monster shredder:

     
  2. ralphy1976

    ralphy1976 1 less ERGNESS

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    i remember JohnIce creating a thread on J-pop and watching that revolver blast video!!!
     
  3. ArkaneDemon

    ArkaneDemon SS.org Regular

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    J-Rock puts North American rock to shame, man. Let's move to Japan, fuck this continent.
     
  4. Mordacain

    Mordacain 1-watt brigadier

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    J-Pop puts NA-Pop to shame as well (not that that's saying much). Wish I could check this out, but at work currently :fawk:
     
  5. Murmel

    Murmel Fapping to J-rock

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    J-rock > all.
    I honestly wish there were more people listening to it, the stuff they incorporate into their music is incredible. In my town, I'm like the only one who does except for one of my friends but he only plays the clarinet so... :lol:

    Thanks for the links Inferno, they're pretty god damn awesome :yesway:
     
  6. ArkaneDemon

    ArkaneDemon SS.org Regular

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    I have come to the realization that J-Rock is more metal than a lot of the entry level metal from North America. Like DevilDriver, Disturbed, shit like that. Entry level metal should be eradicated and replaced with this. lol
     
  7. Murmel

    Murmel Fapping to J-rock

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    Entry level metal... Yeah... I guess you could call it that...
     
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    Deathbringer769 SS.org Regular

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    This band's style, mainly the guitarist, strikes me as a Japanese Children of Bodom.
     
  9. Bloody_Inferno

    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    It wouldn't surprise me. They've been around for over 2 years, I remember seeing an ESP ad with Leda and an MH a while back. It's only recently they're getting a decent amount of exposure, though they haven't released a full album yet. Funny enough, their newest single Departure (perhaps appropriately titled) is their most pop sounding effort. :lol:
     
  10. ry_z

    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    This is pretty sweet. :yesway:
     
  11. Psychobuddy

    Psychobuddy edxgxsrfrz

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    Basically this!

    Thanks much! I will be checking them out. :D
     
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    Variant Banned

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    J-Rock needs more beards. That's all.
     
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    ThorSilhouette New Member

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    hell yeah, orion once again is my jam.
     
  14. Bruiser

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    There's something about the Japanese and their brain operating on an entirely different level when it comes to art and music. Hell, really almost anything done by the Japanese is far more interesting and skillful than what you see in the western world.
     
  15. powergroover

    powergroover monster death chunk

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    yes the music is good but im still not too fond of the visual kei though
     
  16. Murmel

    Murmel Fapping to J-rock

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    Heh, that's one of the things I like about Japanese bands. Though I honestly wouldn't care if they weren't VK, it just makes it a little more interesting to watch.
     
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    adaman SS.org Regular

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    Thanks for the post, I loves me some J-Rock :yesway:
     
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    Kr1zalid Archrocker

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    Awesome new discovery for me, thanks!

    Am I the only one who wants their wardrobe as much as their gear? (probably :lol:)
     
  20. ry_z

    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    Nope. :yesway: :lol:
     

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