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Japan (2008 – present)

Hailing from Tokyo, el-Ethnic Legist is a Japanese band with huge Egyptian influences (clothes, melody, artwork etc.). They formed August 2008 in Japan.Since then, they’ve been working very hard on their music and have performed lives, also in Europe! They’ve released their first album 「INDRA」 on September 11th

This first album contains 8 tracks, including a song called 「ドゥルガー」 (Durga) that they have chosen as their first Live PV !

No need to really explain the concept I guess, as you can see in everything they do that it’s clearly inspired by the Egyptian mythology!

The band released their two first (and consecutive) singles : The first one was called「アスタルテ」 (Asterte), which went on sale for their 2nd sponsored event 「PANDORA act 2」 on November 11th at Tokyo Meguro THE LIVE STATION. The second one was called 「ガネーシャ」 (gaNeza) and will go on sale for their 3rd sponsored event 「PANDORA act 3」 in the same place.

They released their second album 「アヌビス」 (Anubis) for their 4th sponsored event on January 16th 2010.

They had another sponsored event on February 20th (but no release this time) at Ootsuka RED ZONE before having a bunch of onemans, the first one being a free oneman called 「Chaostic Pharaoh act.0」 on March 27th at Meguro THE LIVE STATION, and the other three ones in April, June and August!

In January 2011 Yuma left the band because of musical differences and “SETO” took his place as a vocalist. The same year two new members joined, “myla” and “shaira”, both contributing with Opera Vocals.
Yuma’s last live was held 9th of January 2011.

At the current time el-Ethnic Legist- has released 3 live-PVs (Durga, Asterte and Kami no Uta; all featuring Yuma as a vocalist)

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