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Lagrange Point announce second single

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Lagrange Point, Rejet's newest seiyuu unit project is making their debut in three days and, as expected, we'll be hearing more of them in the next quarter of the year. CATASTROPHE is the stepping stone for this unit consisting of Toshiyuki Toyonaga and Genki Okawa. The single is scheduled to be released on 13/08/2014 and is already available in its preview version (est....

Lagrange Point “Catastrophe” – Details revealed

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Rejet's newest brainchild is seiyuu unit Lagrange Point, making their debut this summer. The mini-album already titled CATASTROPHE is scheduled to be released on 13/08/2014 and its title track is already available in its preview version (est. 3 min) on Lagrange Point's website. For those interested in getting to know this seiyuu unit with a bit more depth, we've...

Lagrange Point to release debut single this summer

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Lagrange Point is the newest seiyuu unit around and they are making their debut this summer. This the second seiyuu unit under the wings of Japanese game label Rejet (mostly known for the Diabolik Lovers franchise), the other one being the rising seiyuu unit MARGINAL#4. Interesting enough Lagrange Point are related to that unit (Lagrange are Marginal#4 seniors) both units are...

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