Haino founded Fushitsusha in 1978 in Tokyo, Japan, although their first LP was not released until 1989. The band initially consisted of Haino on guitar and vocals, and Tamio Shiraishi on synthesizer. After the departure of Shiraishi, Ayuo joined briefly in 1979 before Fushitsusha became a trio with the addition of Jun Hamano (bass) and Shuhei Takashima (drums). The lineup soon changed, adding Yasushi Ozawa (bass) and Jun Kosugi (drums) throughout the 1990s. Their 1993 album Allegorical Misunderstanding was released on John Zorn’s record label, Avant, although most of their albums have come out on independent label P.S.F. and on major label Tokuma.
Fushitsusha has returned to duo status, with Haino supplementing percussion with tape loops, though the band was believed to have been on hiatus since 2001.
Eleven years after their last album (Origin’s Hesitation, from 2001), Fushitsusha released another album on Heartfast, called ” 光となづけよう [Hikari To Nazukeyou] ” with a lineup consisted of Keiji Haino on guitars and vocals, Mitsuru Nasuno (from Altered States, Korekyojinn, Sanhedolin) on bass guitar and Ikuro Takahashi (of Kousokuya, LSD March) on drums.
Fushitsusha soon anounced their European tour with the lineup of Chiyo Kamekawa on bass and Ryosuke Kiyasu on drums.
Edited by Iheartokiohotel on 4 Nov 2012, 01:33
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