14-26, Shiroko-Ekimae, Suzuka, JP, 510-0241

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    »One Rule Meets Deuzebra

    November 01, 2014 9:00 PM

    Formed in 1993, Space is an alternative rock band from Liverpool that was conceived by Tommy Scott, Andy Parle, Jamie Murphy and Franny Griffiths. Following a string of well-received singles, the band dropped its debut album Spiders, in 1996. Over the next couple of years the album spawned three sold-out tours and introduced the band to an international audience. Honing its classic rock-inspired sound, Space coasted through the 1990s but began to feel the weight of touring and time as the members musical directions began to veer in different directions. After the release of 2004's Suburban Rock 'n' Roll, Scott was the only founding member remaining in the band, until 2011 when Murphy and Griffiths reunited with him for the first time in a decade.

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    »Cj Ramone

    November 05, 2014 7:00 PM

    Christopher Joseph Ward (aka C.J. Ramone) is an American musician best known for his stint playing bass for legendary punk band, The Ramones. Ward took over for founding member Dee Dee Ramone and would serve as bass player from 1989-1993, a somewhat turbulent time for the band which would later prove to be some of its final years. He has formed or been a member or several projects since the Ramones disbanded, including Bad Chopper, his most recent. Ward continues to make frequent appearances as C.J. Ramone, performing some of the band's biggest hits for new generations of fans.

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    »Gorguts /w Krisiun

    November 07, 2014

    Gorguts is a technical death metal band from Quebec, Canada that has experienced tremendous success since forming in 1989, despite taking a brief hiatus as a result of drummer Steve MacDonald's suicide in 2002. Since the band released its first full-length album Considered Dead in 1991, Gorguts was able to follow up the album with three more critically acclaimed albums before disbanding in 2005. Having regrouped as of 2008, Gorguts has returned to the Canadian death metal scene stronger than ever.

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    »Code Orange

    November 09, 2014

    Code Orange (once Code Orange Kids) is a hardcore punk band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that was formed in 2008. Though the band started off with the straightforward punk aesthetic found on its early demos, it slowly began to sew elements of doom metal into its music, resulting in an abrasive hybrid of heavy metal and post hardcore. After solidifying it sound and live performances, Code Orange Kids dropped its debut full-length offering, Love Is Love/Return to Dust, in 2012.

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    »9mm Parabellum Bullet

    November 11, 2014 6:00 PM

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    »Vamps

    November 14, 2014 6:00 PM

    The Japanese Goth rock duo Vamps was formed after two musicians were collaborating in their free time for a few years. After a period of time, both musicians realized that what they were doing together was better than their respective solo endeavors and decided to officially form a band together and go on a national tour before releasing an album. The duo organized the tour themselves, setting up shows at all of Japan's famous Zepp live houses, played a total of 46 performances, selling out every one. Known for its stage presence and graffiti art decorations at each venue, Vamps made a name for itself and subsequently released two hugely successful albums. The band now is working on spreading its success to the US and Europe.

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    Nagoya,

    »Vamps

    November 15, 2014 6:00 PM

    The Japanese Goth rock duo Vamps was formed after two musicians were collaborating in their free time for a few years. After a period of time, both musicians realized that what they were doing together was better than their respective solo endeavors and decided to officially form a band together and go on a national tour before releasing an album. The duo organized the tour themselves, setting up shows at all of Japan's famous Zepp live houses, played a total of 46 performances, selling out every one. Known for its stage presence and graffiti art decorations at each venue, Vamps made a name for itself and subsequently released two hugely successful albums. The band now is working on spreading its success to the US and Europe.

    4-60-7 Nakamura-ku
    Nagoya,

    »Bigbang Japan Dome Tour 2014

    November 15, 2014 3:00 PM

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    »Bigbang Japan Dome Tour 2014

    November 16, 2014 1:00 PM

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    »Mr. Big

    November 17, 2014 6:30 PM

    Mr. Big is a metal band that rose out of the burgeoning Los Angeles glam metal scene during the 1980s. Initially active between 1988 and 2002, the group released a self-titled debut album with Atlantic Records in 1989 and embarked on its first US tour in support of Rush. Mr. Big broke into mainstream audiences with its follow-up LP, 1991's Lean Into It, which featured the hit songs "To Be with You" and "Just Take My Heart." As band tensions rose towards the end of the 1990s with members focusing on other projects, Mr. Big played a farewell show in 2002. After a few years the group reunited released a seventh LP, titled What If... in 2011, re-energizing its international following, particularly in Japan.

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    »Vamps

    November 17, 2014 6:00 PM

    The Japanese Goth rock duo Vamps was formed after two musicians were collaborating in their free time for a few years. After a period of time, both musicians realized that what they were doing together was better than their respective solo endeavors and decided to officially form a band together and go on a national tour before releasing an album. The duo organized the tour themselves, setting up shows at all of Japan's famous Zepp live houses, played a total of 46 performances, selling out every one. Known for its stage presence and graffiti art decorations at each venue, Vamps made a name for itself and subsequently released two hugely successful albums. The band now is working on spreading its success to the US and Europe.

    4-60-7 Nakamura-ku
    Nagoya,

    »Vamps

    November 18, 2014 6:00 PM

    The Japanese Goth rock duo Vamps was formed after two musicians were collaborating in their free time for a few years. After a period of time, both musicians realized that what they were doing together was better than their respective solo endeavors and decided to officially form a band together and go on a national tour before releasing an album. The duo organized the tour themselves, setting up shows at all of Japan's famous Zepp live houses, played a total of 46 performances, selling out every one. Known for its stage presence and graffiti art decorations at each venue, Vamps made a name for itself and subsequently released two hugely successful albums. The band now is working on spreading its success to the US and Europe.

    4-60-7 Nakamura-ku
    Nagoya,
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