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Animetal

Country of origin:
Japan
Location:
Tokyo
Status:
Changed name
Formed in:
1996
Genre:
Speed Metal, covers
Lyrical themes:
Anime and TV show theme songs
Last label:
VAP
Years active:
1996-1999, 2001-2006, 2013-present (as 哀旋士)
The band is known as アニメタル (pronounced Animetaru) in Japan. And since reforming in 2013, they now go by 哀旋士 (Aisenshi).

Animetal were on hiatus between 1999 and 2001.

On October 22, 2006, Animetal played their last concert because they wished to pursue their other projects (such as Syu's other bands and vocalist Eizo Sakamoto's very successful solo career and involvement with Anthem).

In ...
Last known
Eizo Sakamoto Vocals (lead) (1996-1999, 2001-2006)
See also: Eizo Sakamoto, 哀旋士, ex-Eizo Japan, JAM Project, ex-Anthem, ex-Katsu Ohta
Masaki Bass (1997-1999, 2001-2006)
See also: Daida Laida, Liv Moon, Metal Clone X, 地獄カルテット, Masaki Project, Canta, ex-Jacks'N'Joker, ex-Shy Blue
Syu Guitars (2003-2006)
See also: Galneryus, Spinalcord, ex-Valkyr, ex-Aushvitz, ex-Cross-Large
Past
Yasuhiro Umezawa Drums (1997-1998)
See also: Asian Black, ex-Reaction, ex-Hot Rod Crue, ex-Jacks'N'Joker, ex-NAMM
She-ja Guitars (1997-1999, 2001-2002)
See also: Vathokija, Volcano, 哀旋士, ex-Death Devil, Blue-3, Japametal, Raison d'Etre, Sister's No Future, Tempest (Jpn), The Nondakurez, ex-Gargoyle
Mie Vocals (female) (1997-1998, 2002)
See also: Pink Lady
Last known (Live)
Junichi Sato Drums (2002, 2006)
See also: Galneryus, Katsu Ohta, Mephistopheles, Spinalcord, ex-Concerto Moon, ex-Roxcy, ex-Teru's Symphonia
Past (Live)
Katsuji Drums (1997-1999, 2004-2006)
See also: Gargoyle, Eraserhead, Japametal, Kuroyume, Ladies Room, Naoto Shibata, Syu, The Cro-Magnons, ex-Volcano, ex-Kariostoro, ex-Metalfolk, ex-Shinachiku
Norifumi Shima Guitars (rhythm) (1997)
See also: Concerto Moon, Crystal Clear, D.T.F.M., Norifumi Shima, ex-Double Dealer, ex-Dion
Shinki Drums (1998, 2003-2004)
Eizo Sakamoto Vocals (lead) (1996-1999, 2001-2006)
See also: Eizo Sakamoto, 哀旋士, ex-Eizo Japan, JAM Project, ex-Anthem, ex-Katsu Ohta
Masaki Bass (1997-1999, 2001-2006)
See also: Daida Laida, Liv Moon, Metal Clone X, 地獄カルテット, Masaki Project, Canta, ex-Jacks'N'Joker, ex-Shy Blue
Syu Guitars (2003-2006)
See also: Galneryus, Spinalcord, ex-Valkyr, ex-Aushvitz, ex-Cross-Large
Yasuhiro Umezawa Drums (1997-1998)
See also: Asian Black, ex-Reaction, ex-Hot Rod Crue, ex-Jacks'N'Joker, ex-NAMM
She-ja Guitars (1997-1999, 2001-2002)
See also: Vathokija, Volcano, 哀旋士, ex-Death Devil, Blue-3, Japametal, Raison d'Etre, Sister's No Future, Tempest (Jpn), The Nondakurez, ex-Gargoyle
Mie Vocals (female) (1997-1998, 2002)
See also: Pink Lady
Last known
Junichi Sato Drums (2002, 2006)
See also: Galneryus, Katsu Ohta, Mephistopheles, Spinalcord, ex-Concerto Moon, ex-Roxcy, ex-Teru's Symphonia
Past
Katsuji Drums (1997-1999, 2004-2006)
See also: Gargoyle, Eraserhead, Japametal, Kuroyume, Ladies Room, Naoto Shibata, Syu, The Cro-Magnons, ex-Volcano, ex-Kariostoro, ex-Metalfolk, ex-Shinachiku
Norifumi Shima Guitars (rhythm) (1997)
See also: Concerto Moon, Crystal Clear, D.T.F.M., Norifumi Shima, ex-Double Dealer, ex-Dion
Shinki Drums (1998, 2003-2004)
Added by: VoodooXT Modified by: EdaCesar
Added on: 2004-02-10 22:42:47 Last modified on: 2014-08-04 09:43:55
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