General Lovebites Thread
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(07-08-2016, 11:40 PM)Perdition Wrote: The last splinter band from Destrose. They announced their formation on June 15th. There's been some delays, but apparently they're recording as we speak.

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Line-up:
Vocals: Asami
Bass: Miho (ex-Destrose)
Guitars: Midori (ex-激情★めたりっちぇ)
Guitars/Keyboards (support): Mi-ya (ex-A Drop of Joker / 21g)
Drums: Haruna (ex-Destrose)

(09-23-2016, 11:41 AM)Perdition Wrote: According to this tweet, it looks like Mi-ya may have left Lovebites. To be honest, I wasn't sure it was a good fit due to her committments to 21g. That definitely explains why the band has stalled.

Well, since Yuki left Lovendor, I hope they can get her as a replacement.
I guess Destrose has to be the Deep Purple of Japan in terms of the number of offshoots they spawned.
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Yup, and a countless number of ex-members.

Come to think if it, it would be logical if they recruit Destrose's last support guitarist Miki. I'm actually surprised she wasn't in Lovebites to begin with.
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It looks like Mi-ya is their support guitarist/keyboardist now. And they announced their new vocalist Asami. I don't recognize her. Maybe having a new face as opposed to a known quality is a good thing.

They make their live debut on November 18 (with Disqualia + others)
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It looks like they're adding Sena (ex-Torte&Chocolate) as a second support guitarist, so they'll be going with 3 now. Interesting...

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Miho and Midori were at a ESP demonstration and they played a Lovebites song called "Don't Bite the Dust" (plus a couple covers).

Getting pretty psyched about their upcoming album. Hopefully the drama llama (my favorite meme these days Tongue) doesn't rear his ugly head.
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And here's a snipped of the said song. Has potential. I'm curious to hear the upcoming live version where they're gonna be using 3 guitars.
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(09-23-2016, 04:24 PM)TimJ Wrote: I guess Destrose has to be the Deep Purple of Japan in terms of the number of offshoots they spawned.

They've left The Runaways in the dust in that matter, that's for sure Wink
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Miho is a very good bass player and so beautiful.
Haruna is also a good drummer but i was really pissed at he lame excuse
for leaving Destrose which was that she was getting married. 
So, did she get a divorce before starting a new band?

I am not familiar with the other members but i expect something nice from this band.
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Haruna called off her marriage awhile back. There was also a health reason (hearing), but I think that might have been BS. Destrose had some serious drama behind the scenes, so I don't blame Haruna for wanting to get out. Miho and Haruna appear to be on good terms with Disqualia though.

Midori was in Gekijo METALicche (who disbanded earlier thsi year). Mi-ya is in 21g and was in A Drop of Joker (who disbanded earlier this year). Sena was in Torte & Chocolat (who disbanded earlier this year, is there an echo here? lol). I don't recognize their vocalist. I know Midori is the full-time guitarist, but I'm not sure what's up with the other two. Mi-Ya was the full-time second guitarist, but is their support guitarist/keyboardist now.

I'm assuming/expecting this band to be more old-school than Disqualia or even Fate Gear.
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(11-10-2016, 12:22 AM)Perdition Wrote: Haruna called off her marriage awhile back. 

So there are still chances for us xD

(11-10-2016, 12:22 AM)Perdition Wrote: I'm assuming/expecting this band to be more old-school than Disqualia or even Fate Gear.

I like Disqualia but the vocals on Over The Destruction really put me off.
Fate Gear is a nice band.
I actually expect something similar but i hope the singer is not a failure like Risa on Destrose.
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