Tag Archive: A9

Mar 28 2018

A9 releases UNREAL MV from PLANET NINE

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Oh, how time flies! A9, who will be celebrating their 14th anniversary this year, will be releasing their eighth album titled PLANET NINE on April 25, 2018. The announcement was made with the release of the full music video for their lead track “UNREAL”, produced by Ken (L’Arc〜en〜Ciel).

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Nov 29 2017

A9 announces 13th anniversary DVD and new single

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A9 has announced the upcoming release of their live Blu-ray/DVD 13th Anniversary Live “Alice In Wonder Land” filmed at the band’s August 26, 2017 concert at Shinkiba Studio Coast. The Blu-ray edition comes with a bonus CD, featuring live tracks and audio commentary. 13th Anniversary Live “Alice In Wonder Land” will be available in Japan …

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Aug 24 2017

URBANGARDE announces all-day lineup of Utsu Fes 2017

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Japanese rock band URBANGARDE has announced the full lineup of their all-day Utsu Fes 2017, to be held September 10 at Tsutaya O-East in Shibuya. URBANGARDE will headline the annual event with guests A9 (Alice Nine), Kenji Ohtsuki, Kinoco Hotel, Mio Yamazaki, Akito Matsumoto (Vacuum Hollow), Nana Kitade, and BRATS, among others.

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Sep 25 2016

A9 – Ginga no Woto (Review)

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A9 Ginga no Woto Review by Jen Wang Last year, visual kei rockers Alice Nine rebranded themselves as A9, releasing a new artist’s statement. Instead of focusing on sales and charts, they turned to crowdfunding. The result was the mini-album Ginga no Woto. Although it might not have accelerated A9′s rebirth, the EP reveals a …

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Jan 22 2016

Cure Magazine to present first-ever World Visual Festival

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Japanese Visual Kei and Styling Magazine, Cure Magazine, will be holding its first World Visual Festival on April 30th 2016 (Japan Time). The festival will be welcoming a total of 30 bands including the best of the best Visual Kei bands in the recent days, including KIRYU whom recently successfully completed its show at Nippon …

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