Shortly after on August 30, they released their first maxi-single, -9-, limited to 1,000 copies, which sold out in less than a couple weeks. After several live shows and in-store events, UnsraW released their second maxi-single "Gate of Death on October 25, which was limited to 1,000 copies also, and sold out in pre-sale. On December 20, they released their first mini-album entitled Spiral Circle consisting of the songs included in their earlier maxi-singles along with an introduction track. Spiral Circle came in two types, each with a different PV as well as a different live clip. It sold out in pre-sale just as Gate of Death.
It was also re-released with three additional songs as Spiral Circle 〜Complete〜, making this their first full-length album. A lot of the songs included on these releases were new versions of CoЯe The Child songs. In 2007 UnsraW released three mini-albums: Calling, ABEL, and KEIN. Due to the popularity of ABEL and KEIN, they sold out and a second-pressing consisting of both albums combined, as ABEL/KEIN, was released with a bonus track, Eve. In spring 2008, Yuuki became ill with pneumonia, starting a band hiatus. He overcame his illness and the band continued activities in 2009, kicking it off with two lives at Takadanobaba AREA on August 22 and 23.
By late September, they also released a new single, REBORN. On January 13, 2010, it was announced that Rai would be leaving UnsraW on February 27 after their European tour which included stops in the Netherlands, Sweden, France, and Germany. On that day, they announced their two new members, 円 (Madoka) and 迅 (Jin). Jin was previously their support bassist during the European tour after the departure of Jun. They held a one-man live on April 19, 2010 called TRACE OF GUILT in the Takadanobaba AREA.
On March 3, 2011, UnsraW announced their disbandment following the departure of Yuuki. The band played their remaining scheduled shows thereafter. 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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