0.8秒と衝撃。(“0.8byou to shougeki” or sometimes also “0.8Syooogeki”) are a Japanese independent band, who formed in 2008 in Shibuya, Tokyo and debuted on August 12, 2009 at Shinjuku Loft. They debuted in September 2009 with the single “POSTMAN JOHN” under independent label Actwise. Placing 20th on the Oricon Indies charts, an album was released on October 7, 2009 entitled “Zoo & Lennon.”
Their EP “Ethnofunkydostoyevskycomecomeclub EP” was released in August 2010, followed by the Single 「Machizou・Machiko・Hakai」 in March 2011, which was part of their most recent album “1bo2bo3bo4bo5bo6bo, Touyou No Techno.”
On May 24, 2011 they had a broadcast on “Nico Nico Douga” with 1419 people watching and 9307 written comments.

Members:
塔山忠臣 (Touyama Tadaomi) (“Like a jewel from outer space. Having a part-time job at daytime.”) (singer and songwriter)
J.M. (“like a monster eating humans. model at daytime.”) (singer and model)

Live support members:
◆Yasai-kun (“0.8 seconds’ loose character”) on bass
◆Hachiouji (“Heartful 6 chords”) on guitar
◆Cookie. (Beaten Guitar and Synthesizer) on guitar and synthesizer
◆Koresuke Arishima (The third best drummer of Japan) on drums

Official sites:
http://syooogeki.com/
http://ip.tosp.co.jp/i.asp?I=project002

Edited by Kumanosuke on 21 Aug 2011, 13:03

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Formed in
  • 2008
Founded in
  • Shibuya, Tokyo
Band Members
  • 塔山忠臣   (2008 - )
  • J.M.   (2008 - )
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