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HIZAKI

HIZAKI

HIZAKI


HIZAKI (born Masaya Kawamura) is a Japanese guitarist, from Kyoto, Japan and began his solo-project in 2004. He was recently a member of Versailles/Versailles -Philharmonic Quintet- but now a member of a new project named Jupiter, since 2013. He has also been a member of the bands GARNET GRAVE (1998), Crack brain (1999-2002), Schwardix Marvally (2003-2004), BURNING FIRE (2004) and SULFURIC ACID (2005-2006). After the disbandment of SULFURIC ACID he focused again on his solo project, now changing its the name to HIZAKI grace project. Read more on Last.fm
HIZAKI (born Masaya Kawamura) is a Japanese guitarist, from Kyoto, Japan and began his solo-project in 2004. He was recently a member of Versailles/Versailles -Philharmonic Quintet- but now a member of a new project named Jupiter, since 2013. He has also been a member of the bands GARNET GRAVE (1998), Crack brain (1999-2002), Schwardix Marvally (2003-2004), BURNING FIRE (2004) and SULFURIC ACID (2005-2006). After the disbandment of SULFURIC ACID he focused again on his solo project, now changing its the name to HIZAKI grace project. In his solo project he writes and performs all the music, playing guitars, bass and keyboard, while many vocalists from other bands do support vocals for him, such as Fu-ki (ex. BLOOD), SEIJI of Brain Hacker, MASAKI of SULFURIC ACID, Maaya of 999, and Yoshi of Refiena.

Support drummers are MIKAGE of Babylon/バビロン and KAI of Sherock. HIZAKI's style can be described as heavy/power metal with Neo-Classical compositions and sometimes symphonic arrangements. His songs are characterized by fast and complex guitar-work, melodic solos, and powerful riffs and throughout the years he has developed a signature-sound for himself. Discography: 2004/09/29 - Maiden†Ritual 2005/04/27 - Maiden†Ritual -experiment edition- 2005/04/27 - Dance with grace 2005/04/27 - Grace Special Package: - Disc 1: Dance with grace - Disc 2: Maiden†Ritual -experiment edition- - Disc 3: member comment + Tragic serenade (Inst. version) 2011/03/11 - Prayer For further release for his solo project, see HIZAKI grace project. Discography (other bands:) GARNET GRAVE: Haitoku no SAVIOR (Demo, 1998) Crack brain: Crack Diary (Demo, 1999) Kinbaku Izon Shou (Demo, 2000) Sunadokei (Demo, 2000) Kankinshitsu no Tobira (Single, 2001) -SPEED.R- (Single, 2002) -RESET- (Album, 2002) Schwardix Marvally: Kaikoroku Dai San Shou (Single, 2003) HEAVENS ROMANCE (Single, 2004) BURNING FIRE: Midnight Angel ~Ano hi no Bokutachi~ (Single, 2004) SULFURIC ACID: Vanilly Sky (Single, 2005) Akahebi -Kimi to Mita Aka no Kioku- (Single, 2005) Aohebi -Boku no Naka no Aoi Yami- (Single, 2005) [sAlfj'urik 'aesid] (Album, 2006) Kyousei Inyou [03-06] Ongen Shuu (Best-of, 2006) Kyousei Inyou [03-06] Eizou Shuu (DVD, 2006) Versailles: The Revenant Choir (Single, 2007) The Revenant Choir (DVD, 2007) Lyrical Sympathy (EP, 2007) Aesthetic Violence (DVD, 2007) 革命のアンソロジー (DVD, 2007) A Noble was born in Chaos (Single, 2008) Noble (Album, 2008) Art of "Propaganda" (Split with Chariots, 2008) Prince (Single, 2008) Prince & Princess (Single, 2008) Kakumei no Anthology (DVD, 2009) History of the Other Side (DVD, 2009) Chateau de Versailles (DVD, 2009) Ascendead Master (Single, 2009) Jubilee (Album, 2010) Lyrical Sympathy -Live- (Live album, 2010) Noble -Live- (Live album, 2010) Destiny -The Lovers- (Single, 2010) Philia (Single, 2011) Holy Grail (Album, 2011) Chateau de Versailles -Jubilee- (DVD, 2011) Rhapsody of the Darkness (Single, 2012) Rose (Single, 2012) Versailles (Album, 2012) Chateau de Versailles -Holy Grail- (DVD, 2012) Anthologie (Best-of, 2013) Jupiter: Blessing of the Future (Single, 2013) Classical element (album, 2013) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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