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the GazettE is a visual kei rock band from Japan. They formed in 2002 under the name ガゼット, though later changed the name to the Gazette in 2006.

Vocalist : ルキ Ma'die Kusse -> L'ie:Chris -> Kar+te=zyAnose -> the GazettE]
Guitarist : 麗 Ma'die kusse -> L'ie:Chris -> kar+te=zyAnose -> the GazettE]
Guitarist : 葵 Melville -> Artia -> the GazettE]
Bassist : れいた Ma'die Kusse -> L'ie:Chris -> Kar+te=zyAnose…

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  • vv You're right. Sometimes my jokes go overboard. It was too much.
  • Calm Envy, that song ... I have never been so touched deeply in my soul by a song before. I want to cry each time I listen to it. Such a masterpiece ...
  • vvvvv Damn. Did you really have to do Stacked Rubbish like that?
  • Then again, I suspect that incoherence is a plague-like characteristic that will remain in VK until the said scene eventually dies out *shrug*
  • In all honesty, (from what I've inspected) BD seems to be their most coherent release to date (quite suitable in case you are more of an album-listener than some biased individual chunez-wacking person) - sure, DIM has some of their strongest numbers to date, but it's quite far away from being anything consistent/coherent (totally out-of-place SEs and questionable song positions near the end).
  • vv lmaoooooo
  • Don't forget to support the artists by buying their music. Here's information on where to buy the physical and digital versions of DOGMA in Europe, which include translation sheets: https://www.jpurecords.com/thegazette-dogma/ NIL, STACKED RUBBISH and DIM have also been re-released on CD, and also appear on Spotify within Europe.
  • you could say...it was stacked rubbish
  • tbh their recent albums were all weak but at least had those 2-3 catchy songs that kinda stood out but dogma was just a pile of bland goo
  • If you remove Inside Beast, Beautiful Deformity was better than this. Actually, you don't even have to do it. This album was so forgettable [2]. Weak lyrics, weak melodies... I was expecting a darker album, not a heavier one. I'm a bit disappointed. They can do better than that. There are some good songs (Wasteland, Deux and another?), but in general... DOGMA is just generic.

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