Destroic | Destroic 2 - EP

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Destroic 2 - EP

by Destroic

You can't express this band with existing words! Industrial, Electronic rock, Trance, Rave culture... The second EP of the only band that has a strong and unique originality!
Genre: Electronic: Big Beat
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1. Hurt
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2. Come Along This Way
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3. G[Z]
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4. Paraphilia
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5. Perfect Schemes
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6. An Ending
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
DESTROIC is rave band that consists of girls unit "DERRI×SARRI" and producer "GUNSO".
All art is designed by DESTROIC's main man GUNSO.
He composes all track, edits down to mixing and mastering.
The second EP gets deep and heavy.
It ranges from hard electro rock of "Hurt" and "Come Along This Way" to trance, break beats, classic strings, ambient.
The band got been powerful enough to act in Summer Sonic of Japan rock fest.
The strong presence of highly qualified music, female twin vocals, and Derri×Sarri's aggressive live performance will never leave your mind.
They promise you that they keep working hard to surprise you, and break your idea of Japanese band.
The DESTROIC totally rocks on!


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