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HIZAKI grace project

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(2006 – present)

HIZAKI grace project was the continuation of HIZAKI’s solo-project , which utilized stable members rather than guest musicians (which was the case with releases that were released under HIZAKI). Their music style can be described as a fusion of , and .

The original line-up:
Vo. HIKARU (ex IZABEL VAROSA, currently in PIECElang)
Gt. HIZAKI (ex Crack brain, Schwardix Marvally, Versailles, Jupiter)

Ba. Yuu (勇) (ex 雀羅(Jakura) later in Versailles passed away August 9th 2009)

The last line-up:
Vo. Juka (ex Moi dix Mois, Xover, VII-Sense)
Gu. HIZAKI (ex GARNET GRAVE, Crack brain, Schwardix Marvally, SULFURIC ACID, Versailles, Jupiter)
Gu. TERU (ex 藍華柳~Aikaryu~, Versailles, Jupiter)
Ba. Yuu (勇) (ex 雀羅(Jakura) later in Versailles passed away August 9th 2009)
Dr. Mikage (美景) (ex バビロン (Babylon), currently in VII-Sense)

HIZAKI grace project first began in 2006. With the first line-up they released the song “Race Wish” in the “Graceful Playboys” compilation and a coupling CD with the band +ISOLATION named “unique”, providing two songs: “cradle” (instrumental) and “solitude” (with HIKARU on vocals).

With the second line-up they released the song “cradle” on the “SUMMIT 03” compilation and finally a full album on January 1st, 2007 entitled “Dignity of crest”. They played a concert named “Eien no Kokuin” at Meguro Rock May Kan.

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  • Sanctum_

    v well, just promise not to look under "her" skirt.

    26 Feb 7:58pm Reply
  • HaohmaruRocks

    I want to marry Hizaki. She is so sexy.

    26 Feb 3:24pm Reply
  • darkonyxswe

    Yeah, Juka is so much better :/

    24 May 2013 Reply
  • Angeltearx

    Hizaki has been seen in the recordstudio, it seems he is busy to record something.

    13 Jan 2013 Reply
  • darkonyxswe

    @Le_newtype: yeah, that will most likely be the case, but hopefully (my wish) he'll join another band or make a solid new project once again, but if he sticks to his solo project, well, that's fine for me too.

    27 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Le_newtype

    I wouldn't be surprised if he releases something once Versailles is on hiatus in 2013.

    26 Nov 2012 Reply
  • darkonyxswe

    @xeMadoka: Hizaki hasn't released any new material in a long while = no publicity :(

    22 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Angeltearx

    It seems Hizaki actually is planning to write a new song for Hizaki Grace project. Check out his Twitter. Although i might have misunderstand the translation of his tweet...

    12 Sep 2012 Reply
  • darkonyxswe

    I hope HIZAKI revives this project after Versailles goes to hiatus... [3] + I would love to see Hizaki Grace Project back, that is, if they decide to make instrumentals. [2]

    3 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Angeltearx

    I would love to see Hizaki Grace Project back, that is, if they decide to make instrumentals.

    30 Aug 2012 Reply
  • OmegaKhaos

    I hope HIZAKI revives this project after Versailles goes to hiatus...

    25 Jul 2012 Reply
  • OjejQQ

    Now I'm waiting for reunion.

    20 Jul 2012 Reply
  • ClockworkFaerie

    Juka Grace Project [4] Also, all speed metal guitarists rip each other off.

    18 May 2012 Reply
  • Angeltearx

    I find Hizaki a very solid Guitarist, and ive never heard a song that sounded similar to other music, in contrast to many other guitarist who tend to rip of other songs. Pretsy, if you got some examples, i would like to hear it. Yngie Malmsteen also has a different style. Much more ''technique'' based instead of ''melody'' based. And riffs are worth nothing in power metal. 90% of the metal guitarists play riffs that only consists of the same note (1/16th note) over and over again. For example: 1111111111111111333333333333333344444444444444440000000000000000. Almost every band ive ever heard has a riff similiar or the exact same as the above one.

    7 Apr 2012 Reply
  • Pretsy

    Would've been better if it had even a tinge of..."originality", since I've heard the riffs he uses many times by other artists, such as Angra (Hizaki's influence btw) or Yngwie Malmsteen (well, he's the godfather of "symphonic shredding")

    29 Mar 2012 Reply
  • MaliceAndMisery

    good but not better than lareine

    16 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Twiggyay

    Better than Lareine [2]

    29 Feb 2012 Reply
  • Le_newtype

    Better than Lareine [1]

    17 Jan 2012 Reply
  • dadaningyouhime

    Derp Grace Project.

    6 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Twiggyay

    Juka Grace Project [2]

    15 Nov 2011 Reply
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