Home RUBIA Leopard

RUBIA Leopard

Pre-orders are open for RUBIA Leopard's first entry in DIG-ROCK's newest CD series "dice".
DIG-ROCK have a new band on their lineup - HOUND ROAR - and are ready to kick off a new CD series, dice. These and more details on this article.
RUBIA Leopard wrap up 1 year of releases since their debut with the exhilarating and powerful mini-album, Trigger.
TEAM Entertainment released the music video for RUBIA Leopard's new song, EXISTER. The band's 1st mini-album, Trigger, released today.
RUBIA Leopard's "Destination" is a dark and enthralling twist to the band's gritty and intimidating rock sound.
Impish Crow explore funky and groovy melodies in the simplistic tune, "Sky is the limit".
DIG-ROCK released the music video for RUBIA Leopard's "Destination", song included in entry in RUBIA Leopard "DIG-ROCK ―RED― Type:RL".
TEAM Entertainment released a preview of RUBIA Leopard's new song, EXISTER. The track is featured in the band's 1st mini-album, Trigger.
TEAM Entertainment unveiled details on RUBIA Leopard 1st mini-album, Trigger.
The music video for Impish Crow's "Sky is the limit", song included in the upcoming CD, DIG-ROCK ―BLUE― Type:IC, is out.

FOLLOW THTFHQ

3,470FansLike
687FollowersFollow
3,630FollowersFollow
230SubscribersSubscribe

TRENDING NOW

RECENT REVIEWS

SQ「Neo-X-Lied」Series-vol.3

Review | Rikka and Eichi “Neo X Lied Series vol.3”

0
Rikka and Eichi color the Neo X Lied series with their unique matchup and ethereal sound in “Iris”.

Review | Sora and Koki “Neo X Lied Series vol.1”

0
SOARA and Growth's leaders deliver an outstanding performance with the beautiful "Josho Kiryu". ALIVE's Neo X Lied series kicks off in the right foot.
PERFECTION NOISE Chisato

Review | Chisato Kurumiya “Achromatic”

0
Chisato Kurumiya (CV: Ryohei Kimura) brings a lot of fragility to the table with the emotional solo track "Achromatic".
VAZZROCK COLOR SERIES [-Green-] Get The Green Light

Review | ROCK DOWN “GREEN”

0
ROCK DOWN's "GREEN" has the makings of an awesome release however, a couple of odd choices in the composition left a lot to be desired.

Review | infinit0 “Unrequited flowers”

0
infinit0 change things around, this time around embracing a romantic ballad sound and, in return, delivering an emotional performance.