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Sundsvall, Sweden (2010 – 2013)

Seremedy was a band formed in January 2010 in Sundsvall, Sweden. They were signed to Ninetone Records/Universal Music. The idea of the band came in late 2008 in by RAY and JENZiiH, but it took one year until the band established its final line-up.

SEIKE - vocals
YOHIO - guitar
RAY - guitar
JENZiiH - bass
LINDER - drums

Only six months after their formation Seremedy had their first international show in Moscow and the band was featured on the Cure Magazine compilation album NEW AGE COLLECTIONS VOL. 3, released in Japan.

Seremedy released their first single Bulletproof Roulette as a download single worldwide in March 11, 2011,
and it reached the top 10 on Swedish iTunes.

The EP Seasons will change was released in April 13 and in April 22 Seremedy had their first Japan tour.
They toured Japan again in October and played at V-Rock Festival and also had their first One man show.

In the beginning of 2012 Seremedy started the official recordings of their first album Welcome to our MADNESS. It was released on July 25 in Japan and August 8 in Sweden.

In April 2013 the band announced that they have decided to disband.

2010.07.21 NEW AGE COLLECTIONS VOL. 3 (compilation album)
2011.03.11 Bulletproof Roulette (1st single)
2011.04.13 Seasons will change (1st EP)
2011.06.03 Bulletproof Roulette (Japanese Version)
2012.07.18 NO ESCAPE (2nd single)
2012.07.25 Welcome to our MADNESS (1st album)



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  • brunomoonchild

    OMFG! Seremedy is back \\0/ "Seremedy LAST SINGLE 「DIVERGE」2014.09.15 RELEASE!"

    8 Sep 2:05pm Reply
  • Jrocker66

    Visual Kei? haha

    24 May 8:53pm Reply
  • yapooos

    Hahahaha oh wow, this is pretty bad...

    11 Nov 2013 Reply
  • SamuraiSx

    this is awful. x....x and how band can produce this much 'good' songs in one year? O.o mfg why crap always got attention...

    17 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Nakanamori

    haha yohio was in eurovision.

    18 May 2013 Reply
  • Min-Jung

    v Don't you think it's weird that Japanese do R&B songs then?

    14 May 2013 Reply
  • cream_puffz

    They were okay to me at first but then after a while I kinda found it awkward for a non japanese band to be considered as a visual kei band. No discrimination here but it was just weird seeing people call them visual kei. It would have been cool if they continued to start their own thing~

    26 Apr 2013 Reply
  • asakasoring

    kinda sucks to hear the disbandment...although I'm not surprised...shame though, I gave them another listen and was starting to like them...

    15 Apr 2013 Reply
  • OmegaKhaos

    Seremedy disbanded LOL....because of "musical differences"....I kinda expected that(and many others).....since YOHIO didn,t seem to need this band anymore.....

    15 Apr 2013 Reply
  • ciretose

    I vote for gaijincore kei.

    6 Apr 2013 Reply
  • BlackfuckinFlag

    No, it isn't. THere isn't a more fitting description of this band, than AIDSCORE.

    15 Feb 2013 Reply
  • OmegaKhaos

    well whether their music sux or not...depends on one,s point of view...I,m not the biggest fan of their music either...I like some of their material,but that,s all....I just think that calling them "Weaaboo Kei" and "aidscore" in this kind of derogatory way is really wrong...

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
  • OmegaKhaos

    We are already heading towards global society and almost it,s almost impossible for Visual Kei to only stay in Japan+Visual Kei itself is influenced by Western culture whether modern or past...well I have nothing against if Black people also want to try it out....and so called emo wave was pretty much wasn,t a real scene...and your definition of weaaboo is really off....there is no such thing as Weaaboo Kei.....and well Visual Kei is already ruined needs a new life and making it a worldwide movement would be great thing....but the thing to remember obviously,is that Visual Kei is just a label....the ideas and philosophy behind it are most important....

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Kikuza-kun

    The meaning of visual kei is long lost and there are certain things that should stay in Japan for sure. It´s part of their culture and doesn´t belong here. Would you imagine black people in visual kei? Besides, worldwide it´d be only an another wave of emo. I would like visual kei to stay as it is and I definitely wouldn´t like to see it ruined massively by some weeaboos. And no, I don´t hate Seremedy or any other weeaboo kei band, but I just strongly dislike the whole idea of visual kei being absolutely ruined and ridiculed.

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
  • OmegaKhaos

    I don,t understand this kind of hate either.,.....Sad story......but Visual Kei is slowly becoming worldwide movement and I myself really welcome that......Seremedy isn,t the greatest band...but they are definitely helping in that....

    24 Jan 2013 Reply
  • DeathCrawler

    Your hearts will not endure such hatred.

    23 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Kikuza-kun

    Seconding you, Kaarel. Aidscore ftw!

    22 Jan 2013 Reply
  • kaarel45

    Always nice to have a laugh on these weeaboo-kei bands. It's ok to listen to japanese bands and be influenced by them. But this is ridiculous.

    22 Jan 2013 Reply
  • novemberregen_

    I love this band, ♥.

    21 Jan 2013 Reply
  • KarlaArmstrong

    Happy birthday, SEIKE! 22 years old. ♥

    16 Jan 2013 Reply
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