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Mutyumu

Experimental/Post Metal


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3.96 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Koku (5:28)
2. Zantetsu (4:44)
3. Kronos Kairos (5:46)
4. Fujyo Kouhuku Sanka (6:14)
5. Sonzai No Kakuritsu (3:17)
6. Madouin Mousou Tenshi Kyoku (4:55)
7. Tetsu No Hanataba (8:53)
8. Syosou Kuka Gengai No Sirabe (4:30)
9. Rakuen (12:44)
10. Mumu No Renzokukousa (1:41)
11. Hakugoku No Yume (4:46)
12. Tata (4:25)

Total Time 67:23

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Line-up / Musicians

- Hati Noit / vocals
- Ryota Yoda / guitars
- Junpei Suda / drums
- Yuko Ikenaga / keyboards
- Ryota Taniuchi / violin
- Yuji Hayashi / bass

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Self Released

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3.96
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars A quite original debut from this japanese band.

Mixing rock, metal and ambient music, with slight influences from folk music and jazz; this is a highly eclectic mix of tunes. The band has a well developed sense of drama, and are fond of mixing styles in individual tunes as well as creating variation from one tune to the next. The general mood is on the dark side; and style variations is a key future - both in terms of musical style as well as vocal delivery.

One to be sought out by fans of experimental music in other words, fans of bands like Sleepytime Gorilla Museum and similar acts should find this one quite fascinating.

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