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Phantasmagoria

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Phantasmagoria fue la banda del conocido bajista Kisaki (ex Mirage, Syndrome, Kisaki Project). Extremadamente visual con un sonido Heavy Rock, la banda fue una de las mas populares del sello Under Code Production.

Phantasmagoria : una fantástica serie de imagenes, como las que se ven en un sueño. Su apariencia y música parecieran ser creadas con la misma definicion del nombre de la banda y que mantienen fuertemente en su mente.

Formada en Noviembre de 2004, después de la separacion de la tan exitosa banda Kisaki Project, la alineación original de Phantasmagoria parecía estar mayormente por amigos de Kisaki : Mao (ex Selfush) como vocalista, Jun e Iori (ambos ex Mar’derayla) como guitarristas y Shion (ex Mist of Rouge) como baterista. La participacion de Mao en la banda fue corta despues de todo, y fue reemplazado por Kenji (ex Hiskarea), que actualmente es conocido por el nombre de Riku.

Su primera presentacion fue el 7 de Diciembre de 2004 con la aparicion de su primer maxi-single «Moonlight Revival», lanzado el 22 del mismo mes. Dos dias mas tarde, fueron parte del festival de Fool’s Mate, «Beauti-fool’s Fest 2004» junto a otras bandas como Plastic Tree y MUCC.

A comienzos de 2005, el baterista Shion desafortunadamente deja la banda por motivos de salud y Matoi (ex Hiskarea) toma esa posición.

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  • Ele__na

    I am selling signs of fragments by Phantasmagoria + many other Visual kei & JROCK CDs/DVDs/cheki here! http://www.lastfm.it/user/Ele__na/journal/2014/07/22/65usxp_massive_visual_kei_and_jrock_sale

    Ayer 3:55pm Responder
  • PIXYFALSE_

    Kisaki wouldn't have been in so much financial trouble (I think) if he'd just keep Phantasmagoria on the record. They were huge in the VK scene and still in what I'd call the top three of D, Lareine and Phantasmagoria, even whilst signed to UNDER CODE itself and not being major. I think at points they would've been capable of selling out Budokan. It's such a pity.

    20 Jun 20:24 Responder
  • crimsonxsoda

    Missing the shit out of them today after watching some DVDs. [2] The Diamond Dust live was utterly good. Damn, I wish they were still recording :(

    27 May 18:26 Responder
  • PIXYFALSE_

    Missing the shit out of them today after watching some DVDs.

    21 May 15:42 Responder
  • Karaouq16

    ok thanks :D

    16 May 21:54 Responder
  • Le_newtype

    You could probably also find their Dejavu CD / Artbook relatively cheaply. When UCP closed and had their special lucky bags to get rid of overstock, they literally gave everyone who bought one a copy of it since I doubt anyone actually bought it when it was released.

    21 Abr 15:16 Responder
  • Le_newtype

    They should be fairly easy to get on auction sites. The overwhelming majority of them are collections of previously released songs, so the later the more likely you'll have most of their songs. Both of their requiem albums can be found on iTunes which has 18 of their 29(?) songs. Their almost-all-inclusive collection album, Wailing Wall is also on CDJapan. It's cheaper there then trying to get it off of Yahoo. They also seem to have a good deal of their other CDs as well, but again, most of them are re-releases of songs with the exception of a few singles that have rerecordings.

    21 Abr 15:15 Responder
  • Karaouq16

    anyone know where i can get their albums ?

    15 Abr 21:58 Responder
  • Karaouq16

    i like them, even if they did disband

    2 Abr 2:50 Responder
  • nvrexisted

    They were one of my favorite bands back in the day.

    10 Ene 7:39 Responder
  • agatha29

    I miss them...

    2 Ene 21:08 Responder
  • Ronin427

    Very good!!! \(^__^)/

    27 Sep 2013 Responder
  • STEPHENCARLMURP

    Murphy

    7 Sep 2013 Responder
  • Le_newtype

    Rin have a much larger repertoire, so that's to be expected. Granted, the ratio of amazing to 'eh' is much smaller than Phantasmagoria's, but they do have some gems. In a sense I'm happy that all of the members pretty much changed musical style: that makes this band's work seem special even after their heyday. At least Rin hasn't been re-releasing the same 15 songs 8 times :3

    4 Ago 2013 Responder
  • PIXYFALSE_

    v I'd say I would gladly kill you but seeing how I have more 凛 than Mago scrobbles that would be cheating.

    25 Jun 2013 Responder
  • crimsonxsoda

    Lately, I've been finding RIN kinda better than mago. lol pls kill me

    26 May 2013 Responder
  • seyyjJ

    i can't believe i'm actually listening this again lol

    29 Mar 2013 Responder
  • gazerock91

    Perfect!

    27 Ene 2013 Responder
  • HimeHas

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  • kurome-

    v for sure, Rin have 1-2 good songs. Mago <3 , RIP kote kei.

    7 Oct 2012 Responder
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