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  • Years Active

    2009 – 2013 (4 years)

  • Members

Seremedy is a Swedish visual rock band who started their activities in January 2010
and they are currently signed to Ninetone Records/Universal Music.

The idea behind Seremedy was created in late 2008 in
Sundsvall, Sweden, by RAY and JENZiiH;
but it took one year until the band established its final line-up.

Only six months after their formation,
Seremedy had their first international show
in Moscow, Russia,
and earlier that year they played at UppCon: 10,
Scandinavia's largest convention for Asian popular culture.

In July the band was featured in Cure Magazine
and released the song Bulletproof Roulette
on the compilation album NEW AGE COLLECTIONS VOL. 3,
produced by the legendary visual kei artist KENZI.

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

In July 22 Seremedy went to Japan on their first tour abroad,
called 「Seasons will change」 Tour '11.
They played 8 shows around Tokyo, Nagoya and Chiba,
and gained a growing fanbase in the Japanese visual scene.

Seremedy played at UppCon:11 on June 4, as the opening act for Versailles,
and on the same day they released a Japanese version of Bulletproof Roulette.

The band played their first major festival show at Getaway Rock Festival in July and in
October Seremedy embarked for their second Japan tour, with started with at show at
V-rock Festival and ended with their first one man show in Japan.


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


2010.07.21 NEW AGE COLLECTIONS VOL. 3 (compilation album)
2011.03.11 Bulletproof Roulette
2011.04.13 Seasons will change
2011.06.03 Bulletproof Roulette (Japanese Version)


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