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Sex Machineguns

Country of origin:
Japan
Location:
Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1989
Genre:
Power/Speed Metal
Themes:
Love, Humour, Sex, Food, Anger
Current label:
Kanameishi Records
Years active:
1989-1992, 1995-2003, 2004-2006, 2007-2012, 2013-present
Japanese spelling: セックス・マシンガンズ

Sex Machineguns participated in the Gargoyle compilation album "Gargoism", covering the song "Hunting Days" and also to the "Tribute to Seikima-II - Akuma to no Keiyakusho" covering the song "Fire after Fire".

Went on hiatus in 2012 when drummer Ken'ichi left the band. Anchang and Shingo☆ formed ザ☆メンテナンス ("The Maintenance").
Current
Anchang Guitars (1989-present), Vocals (lead) (1992-present)
See also: ザ☆メンテナンス, Takamiy (live), ex-Anchang, Big Bites, ex-Earnest-Eros, ex-Raphael (live)
Shingo☆ Bass, Vocals (backing) (2008-present)
See also: ザ☆メンテナンス, Gargoyle (live), 猫曼珠-Nekomanju-, ex-閃靈 (live)
Thomas Drums (2022-present)
See also: Metalbastard (live), ex-Phantom Excaliver, ex-Mardelas (live), ex-矢島舞依 (live), ex-Lapis Light
Past
Pretty Tsumura Bass
Saamasu Bass (1989-1995)
MAD Power Tsuchiya Drums (1989-1998)
Asada Vocals (lead) (1989-1992)
Noisy Vocals (lead) (1992-1996), Bass, Vocals (backing) (1996-2003)
See also: Dustar-3
Atkin Sukkon Bass (1995-1996)
Zamasu Bass (1995)
Sussy Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing) (1996-2001)
See also: Dufu, Ino Head Park, ヘアメタル研究会, ex-Victim of Faith
Imai Vocals (lead) (1996)
Speed Star Sypan Joe Drums (1997-1999, 2004-2006, 2007, 2009)
See also: Daida Laida, ex-The Cycle, ex-Dasein
Clutch J. Himawari Drums (2000-2003)
See also: Dustar-3, ex-Queen Doll, ex-CLeIR, ex-Cygnuss
Circuit.V.Panther Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing) (2001-2006, 2007, 2009)
See also: Panther, ex-Queen Doll, ex-The Cycle, 東京Spandixxx, ex-CLeIR, ex-Cygnuss, ex-Syu
Samurai W. Kenjilaw Bass, Vocals (backing) (2004-2006, 2007, 2009)
See also: ex-The Cycle, Cali≠Gari, ex-Mag-Net, ex-Coaltar of the Deepers (live)
Ken'ichi Drums (2007-2012)
See also: Takamiy (live), LOKA
Iberiko Moja Malmsteen Guitars (2007-2008)
Leon Drums (2014-2019)
See also: 8-Ball, ex-Murasaki
Current (Live)
Sussy Guitars (lead) (2008, 2009, 2011-present)
See also: Dufu, Ino Head Park, ヘアメタル研究会, ex-Victim of Faith
Past (Live)
Takeo Shimoda Drums
See also: ex-Siren, ex-Cyclone, ex-Binh Dinh Rag
Clutch J. Himawari Drums (1998-1999)
See also: Dustar-3, ex-Queen Doll, ex-CLeIR, ex-Cygnuss
Cyzer A. Hamburg Synth Guitar (2001)
Crazy Horse Kameen Synth Guitar (2001-2003)
Shingo☆ Bass (2007)
See also: ザ☆メンテナンス, Gargoyle (live), 猫曼珠-Nekomanju-, ex-閃靈 (live)
Kikyo Guitars (2008)
See also: Mardelas, Screaming Symphony
Hide Guitars (2008)
See also: Big Bites (live)
Dragon Sue Guitars (2008)
See also: King (live), ex-Vegirama, ex-Viewell, ex-Gre-ase (live)
Leon Drums (2012-?, 2019)
See also: 8-Ball, ex-Murasaki
Tadafumi Okamoto Drums (2019)
Ven Drums (2019)
See also: Rosenfeld, The Sheglapes, VellaDonna, ex-風里銃, ex-Antithesis ♭5th (live), Skeleton Panties, ex-CRS, ex-Unholy The 13th Preachers
Chargeeeeee... Drums (2019)
See also: Metal Clone X, Bulb, Omega Dripp, Speecies, Ziggy, ZIZ, カイキゲッショク (Kaiki Gesshoku), 3470.mon (live), Ankh (live), Crazy Punk Kid (live), W.A.R.P. (live), ex-Marty Friedman (live), ex-Femme Fatale, ex-Final, ex-Goenitz, ex-Lycoris, ex-The Super Sonic Soldier Boys, ex-Közi (live), ex-ムニムニ (Munimuni) (live)
Matsu Guitars (2019)
See also: Phantom Excaliver
Anchang Guitars (1989-present), Vocals (lead) (1992-present)
See also: ザ☆メンテナンス, Takamiy (live), ex-Anchang, Big Bites, ex-Earnest-Eros, ex-Raphael (live)
Shingo☆ Bass, Vocals (backing) (2008-present)
See also: ザ☆メンテナンス, Gargoyle (live), 猫曼珠-Nekomanju-, ex-閃靈 (live)
Thomas Drums (2022-present)
See also: Metalbastard (live), ex-Phantom Excaliver, ex-Mardelas (live), ex-矢島舞依 (live), ex-Lapis Light
Pretty Tsumura Bass
Saamasu Bass (1989-1995)
MAD Power Tsuchiya Drums (1989-1998)
Asada Vocals (lead) (1989-1992)
Noisy Vocals (lead) (1992-1996), Bass, Vocals (backing) (1996-2003)
See also: Dustar-3
Atkin Sukkon Bass (1995-1996)
Zamasu Bass (1995)
Sussy Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing) (1996-2001)
See also: Dufu, Ino Head Park, ヘアメタル研究会, ex-Victim of Faith
Imai Vocals (lead) (1996)
Speed Star Sypan Joe Drums (1997-1999, 2004-2006, 2007, 2009)
See also: Daida Laida, ex-The Cycle, ex-Dasein
Clutch J. Himawari Drums (2000-2003)
See also: Dustar-3, ex-Queen Doll, ex-CLeIR, ex-Cygnuss
Circuit.V.Panther Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing) (2001-2006, 2007, 2009)
See also: Panther, ex-Queen Doll, ex-The Cycle, 東京Spandixxx, ex-CLeIR, ex-Cygnuss, ex-Syu
Samurai W. Kenjilaw Bass, Vocals (backing) (2004-2006, 2007, 2009)
See also: ex-The Cycle, Cali≠Gari, ex-Mag-Net, ex-Coaltar of the Deepers (live)
Ken'ichi Drums (2007-2012)
See also: Takamiy (live), LOKA
Iberiko Moja Malmsteen Guitars (2007-2008)
Leon Drums (2014-2019)
See also: 8-Ball, ex-Murasaki
Current
Sussy Guitars (lead) (2008, 2009, 2011-present)
See also: Dufu, Ino Head Park, ヘアメタル研究会, ex-Victim of Faith
Past
Takeo Shimoda Drums
See also: ex-Siren, ex-Cyclone, ex-Binh Dinh Rag
Clutch J. Himawari Drums (1998-1999)
See also: Dustar-3, ex-Queen Doll, ex-CLeIR, ex-Cygnuss
Cyzer A. Hamburg Synth Guitar (2001)
Crazy Horse Kameen Synth Guitar (2001-2003)
Shingo☆ Bass (2007)
See also: ザ☆メンテナンス, Gargoyle (live), 猫曼珠-Nekomanju-, ex-閃靈 (live)
Kikyo Guitars (2008)
See also: Mardelas, Screaming Symphony
Hide Guitars (2008)
See also: Big Bites (live)
Dragon Sue Guitars (2008)
See also: King (live), ex-Vegirama, ex-Viewell, ex-Gre-ase (live)
Leon Drums (2012-?, 2019)
See also: 8-Ball, ex-Murasaki
Tadafumi Okamoto Drums (2019)
Ven Drums (2019)
See also: Rosenfeld, The Sheglapes, VellaDonna, ex-風里銃, ex-Antithesis ♭5th (live), Skeleton Panties, ex-CRS, ex-Unholy The 13th Preachers
Chargeeeeee... Drums (2019)
See also: Metal Clone X, Bulb, Omega Dripp, Speecies, Ziggy, ZIZ, カイキゲッショク (Kaiki Gesshoku), 3470.mon (live), Ankh (live), Crazy Punk Kid (live), W.A.R.P. (live), ex-Marty Friedman (live), ex-Femme Fatale, ex-Final, ex-Goenitz, ex-Lycoris, ex-The Super Sonic Soldier Boys, ex-Közi (live), ex-ムニムニ (Munimuni) (live)
Matsu Guitars (2019)
See also: Phantom Excaliver
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