Tag Archive: Onmyouza

Jan 03 2018

Onmyouza – Ouka Ninpo Cho (MV)


Onmyouza has released the music video for their 17th single “Ouka Ninpo Cho”, the opening theme of the TV anime Basilisk – Ouka Ninpo Cho.

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Apr 05 2017

JRock247’s Best J-Rock Album Covers 2016


Check out JRock247′s best J-Rock album/single jackets for 2016, chosen by JRock247 contributors David Cirone, Jen Wang, and Nhu Nguyen. Click here to view the full list, including Gackt, Onmyouza, exist†trace, L’arc-en-Ciel, BAND-MAID, Kaya, and many more!

Aug 30 2015

Onmyouza announces live DVD/BDs Fujin Live and Raijin Live


Japanese rock band Onmyouza has announced the simultaneous release of two concert DVD/BD’s Fujin Live and Raijin Live, recorded at their tour finals in December 2014 and February 2015 at Tokyo Dome City Hall. Each video contains a different set list from their recent albums Fujin Kaiko and Raijin Sosei, and limited editions come with …

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Jan 04 2015

JRock247′s Best J-Rock Album Covers of 2014


Check out our picks and commentary for the best album/single jacket art of 2014! http://jrock247.com/best-j-rock-album-covers/

Sep 02 2014

Onmyouza reveals double-jacket art for 11th and 12th albums


Onmyouza’s 11th and 12th albums Fujin Kaiko and Raijin Sosei promise to hit you full-force with elemental fury of the gods of wind and thunder. The 2-part concept albums took almost 9 months to record and will release on Sept. 24. The album art creates an epic battle scene that definitely fits Onmyouza’s power shredding …

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Aug 14 2012

PicSpam: Onmyouza


CD Data, Feb 2009

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Jan 14 2012

Onmyouza – Kongo Kyuubi (Review)


Onmyouza KONGO KYUUBI Review by David Cirone Onmyouza is a 10-year legend for metal fans in Japan, and they dive deep into their mythological roots for their latest full-length CD “Kongo Kyuubi.” The album takes its title (meaning “Dazzling Nine Tails”) from the Japanese folklore character Tamamo-no-mae, and the jacket art features lead vocalist Kuroneko …

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