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Gaku Oguro “hematite” (Review)

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The 11th entry in VAZZROCK's bi-color series brought passionate performances and a fancy blend of rock and acoustic, all in order to impress the listener. Title: 大黒 岳-hematite- Label: Tsukipro/Movic Release date: 28/12/2018 Genre: Rock Tracklist: 1 - DRAMA「勝手知ったる、俺とお前」 2 - DRAMA「予言者の騙し討ち」 3 - DRAMA「あの日握った掌の熱を、今でもずっと覚えてる」 4 - BREAKING THE WORLD!! 5 - アルカナの旅路 6 - BREAKING THE WORLD!! -off vocal- 7 - アルカナの旅路 -off vocal- Track by track analysis: 4 -...

Tsukipro unveil details on Gaku Oguro’s “hematite”

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TSUKIPRO released the final details on the 11th entry in the bi-color series. Updated intro to this series with some spoilers in the mix: VAZZROCK is the newest 2.5D project by Tsukipro. The cast includes 12 characters split into 2 bands: Vazzy and Rock Down. Those 12 characters represent different precious stones. Besides this and in regards to the interactions between this series and others under Tsukipro, it is mentioned that VAZZROCK‘s...

Tsukipro unveil details on the last bi-color releases

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TSUKIPRO released the first details on the last two volumes of the "bi-color" series. Updated intro to this series with some spoilers in the mix: VAZZROCK is the newest 2.5D project by Tsukipro. The cast includes 12 characters split into 2 bands: Vazzy and Rock Down. Those 12 characters represent different precious stones. Besides this and in regards to the interactions between this series and others under Tsukipro, it...

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