Concerto Moon (JAPAN)

Power Metal , Symphonic Metal , Opera Metal
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Concerto Moon (JAPAN)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Apr 2024, 12:51

Concerto Moon - Tears Of Messiah (2017)

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Year : 2017
Style : Power Neoclassical Metal
Country : Japan
Audio : 320 kbps + front + Video
Size : 137 mb


Bio:

Concerto Moon (Koncheruto Mūn) is a Japanese Neoclassical metal / Power metal band formed in 1996[1][2] and led by guitarist Norifumi Shima.The band's first two albums were reissued by InsideOut Music in 2003.The seemingly boundless enthusiasm for melodic metal on the part of Japanese fans is well known but the land of the rising sun is often also the birthplace of tremendous bands in this musical genre. Names such as Loudness, Anthem and Bow Wow come to mind however none of these bands have gone about it quite as spectacularly as Concerto Moon. The band has managed to fuse the melodic feel of the 80's American metal scene with traces of modern influences while at the same time retaining a sound of their own. Influences such as Deep Purple, Rainbow or Malmsteen are clearly evident in the songs however Concerto Moon are by no means standing in the shadows of such great rock paragons. They enhance their compositions with a unique, unforgettable flair and prove they are truly masters of their instruments.Singer Takao Ozaki began his musical career as a guitarist at the tender age of thirteen. When he was 21 he joined a local band in his hometown, Kagawa. After moving to Tokyo he joined Dirty Doll, moving later to Zenith, one of the most popular Japanese bands in the Nineties. When Zenith gave their farewell concert in Autumn 1995, Ozaki met the guitarist Norifuma Shima with whom he founded Concerto Moon shortly afterwards.Norifuma Shima has been playing piano since he was four years old. In 1983 he happened to see a Rainbow video, which led the young musician to take up the guitar. Two years later he was playing an important role in the band Dion and formed the later, highly praised band Crystal Clear in 1994. After three eventful and formative years, Crystal Clear split up, yet within months Shima helped to form Concerto Moon. Shima's impressive style has already made him a guitar hero in his native Japan.Besides Ozaki and Shima, the band also comprises of bass player Kosaku Mitani, drummer Ichiro Nagai and keyboard player Toshiyuki Koike. Bassist Mitani played in various bands and met Shima and his band Crystal Clear in 1995. He seemed a natural choice when Concerto Moon was formed and was duly asked to join. Drummer Nagai began his career as a percussionist and moved onto the drums when he turned 20, playing in various rock bands. In 1996 he joined Concerto Moon as a guest musician and became a permanent fixture soon afterwards. Keyboard player Koike began playing piano at the age of 10 and soon developed an interest in heavy metal. During a Japanese tour in the Summer of 97, he met the guys in Concerto Moon and joined the band the following year.After the band was founded in Autumn 1995, Concerto Moon held their first concert in Osaka in July 1996. Two weeks later they caused a sensation at their very first show in Tokyo. In the following summer the band released their debut album "Fragments Of The Moon", which received an impressive 85 point rating in the revered Burrn! Magazine. The album release was followed by a successful Japanese tour and April 1998 saw them preparing for their second album, "From Father To Son", which was released in July. In December, Concerto Moon toured with the Finnish superstars Stratovarius and then began work on their third studio album, "Rain Forest".Now, captured in all their glory with "The End Of The Beginning" the band present their first live offering proving what a formidable live act they have become. Made up of material from their previous studio albums, Concerto Moon deliver a breath taking set that showcases their technical mastery alongside their vast compositional talents leaving no doubt whatsoever as to their impressive abilities. "The End Of The Beginning" was released in Europe in April 2001 as a special double CD set including 3 bonus tracks and a 53 minute live video CD-Rom track.This marked the end of an era for the band. A new vocalist was brought in, one who was a little more comfortable with singing in English - enter Takashi Inoue. The new frontman was first heard on several re-recorded Concerto Moon classics on Gate Of Triumph and a best of - Destruction & Creation. But it was not until 2003's Life On The Wire that Inoue was fully unleashed. Life On The Wire saw the bands heaviest and most melodic album yet, further defining the bands role as one of the hottest bands on the neo-classical scene.Another live album and DVD entitled Live - Once In A Lifetime showcased the bands abilities in the live arena whilst the 2004 release After The Double Cross is the band best effort to date

Line-Up:

Norifumi Shima Guitars (1996-present) - See also: D.T.F.M., Double Dealer, Norifumi Shima, ex-Crystal Clear, ex-Animetal (live), ex-Dion
Atsushi Kuze Vocals (2011-present) - See also: Screaming Symphony
Shigeharu Nakayasu Bass (2015-present) - See also: ex-Razing Steel
Atsushi Kawatsuka Drums (2015-present) - See also: Kinniku Shōjo Tai (live), ex-陰陽座, ex-Goldbrick (live)

Tracklist:

01. Light in the Shadow
02. Noah’s Ark
03. Tears of Messiah
04. Lift My Life
05. Stay Down There
06. Dreams Are All Gone
07. Running Out of Time
08. Don’t Wanna Cry No More
09. Stick It Out
10. Time Of Revenge

+ Video "Noah’s Ark" (Official Video)


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Re: Concerto Moon (JAPAN)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Apr 2024, 12:52

Concerto Moon - Rain Fire (2CD) (2020)

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Year : 2020
Style : Power Neoclassical Metal
Country : Japan
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 141 mb


Bio:

Concerto Moon (Koncheruto Mūn) is a Japanese Neoclassical metal / Power metal band formed in 1996[1][2] and led by guitarist Norifumi Shima.The band's first two albums were reissued by InsideOut Music in 2003.The seemingly boundless enthusiasm for melodic metal on the part of Japanese fans is well known but the land of the rising sun is often also the birthplace of tremendous bands in this musical genre. Names such as Loudness, Anthem and Bow Wow come to mind however none of these bands have gone about it quite as spectacularly as Concerto Moon. The band has managed to fuse the melodic feel of the 80's American metal scene with traces of modern influences while at the same time retaining a sound of their own. Influences such as Deep Purple, Rainbow or Malmsteen are clearly evident in the songs however Concerto Moon are by no means standing in the shadows of such great rock paragons. They enhance their compositions with a unique, unforgettable flair and prove they are truly masters of their instruments.Singer Takao Ozaki began his musical career as a guitarist at the tender age of thirteen. When he was 21 he joined a local band in his hometown, Kagawa. After moving to Tokyo he joined Dirty Doll, moving later to Zenith, one of the most popular Japanese bands in the Nineties. When Zenith gave their farewell concert in Autumn 1995, Ozaki met the guitarist Norifuma Shima with whom he founded Concerto Moon shortly afterwards.Norifuma Shima has been playing piano since he was four years old. In 1983 he happened to see a Rainbow video, which led the young musician to take up the guitar. Two years later he was playing an important role in the band Dion and formed the later, highly praised band Crystal Clear in 1994. After three eventful and formative years, Crystal Clear split up, yet within months Shima helped to form Concerto Moon. Shima's impressive style has already made him a guitar hero in his native Japan.Besides Ozaki and Shima, the band also comprises of bass player Kosaku Mitani, drummer Ichiro Nagai and keyboard player Toshiyuki Koike. Bassist Mitani played in various bands and met Shima and his band Crystal Clear in 1995. He seemed a natural choice when Concerto Moon was formed and was duly asked to join. Drummer Nagai began his career as a percussionist and moved onto the drums when he turned 20, playing in various rock bands. In 1996 he joined Concerto Moon as a guest musician and became a permanent fixture soon afterwards. Keyboard player Koike began playing piano at the age of 10 and soon developed an interest in heavy metal. During a Japanese tour in the Summer of 97, he met the guys in Concerto Moon and joined the band the following year.After the band was founded in Autumn 1995, Concerto Moon held their first concert in Osaka in July 1996. Two weeks later they caused a sensation at their very first show in Tokyo. In the following summer the band released their debut album "Fragments Of The Moon", which received an impressive 85 point rating in the revered Burrn! Magazine. The album release was followed by a successful Japanese tour and April 1998 saw them preparing for their second album, "From Father To Son", which was released in July. In December, Concerto Moon toured with the Finnish superstars Stratovarius and then began work on their third studio album, "Rain Forest".Now, captured in all their glory with "The End Of The Beginning" the band present their first live offering proving what a formidable live act they have become. Made up of material from their previous studio albums, Concerto Moon deliver a breath taking set that showcases their technical mastery alongside their vast compositional talents leaving no doubt whatsoever as to their impressive abilities. "The End Of The Beginning" was released in Europe in April 2001 as a special double CD set including 3 bonus tracks and a 53 minute live video CD-Rom track.This marked the end of an era for the band. A new vocalist was brought in, one who was a little more comfortable with singing in English - enter Takashi Inoue. The new frontman was first heard on several re-recorded Concerto Moon classics on Gate Of Triumph and a best of - Destruction & Creation. But it was not until 2003's Life On The Wire that Inoue was fully unleashed. Life On The Wire saw the bands heaviest and most melodic album yet, further defining the bands role as one of the hottest bands on the neo-classical scene.Another live album and DVD entitled Live - Once In A Lifetime showcased the bands abilities in the live arena whilst the 2004 release After The Double Cross is the band best effort to date.

Album:

CONCERTO MOON led by Norifumi Shima (Gt), the 13th album that will be the first original work as a new team! CONCERTO MOON led by Norifumi Shima (Gt), Wataru Haga (Vo) and Ryo Miyake (Key) joined as new members The 13th album, which is the first original work by the new vocalist! This work, which will be released following the re-recording work "OUROBOROS" (19 years) centered on the early songs in the new lineup, has a more sprinting feeling while drawing on the style of the previous original album "TEARS OF MESSIAH" (17 years). A more melodious and catchy masterpiece that makes full use of Haga's clear high tones, centered on songs that are full of songs! A piece that is suitable for the dawn of a new legend that shows the belief of the island and its talents again! The bonus disc that comes with the Deluxe Edition contains a re-recorded version of 3 Vo & Key songs from the currently out-of-print "Between Life and Death" (15 years)! CONCERTO MOON led by Norifumi Shima (Gt), new members Wataru Haga (Vo), Ryo Miyake (Key) joined the 13th album as the first original work by the new team! Re-recording centered on the initial songs in the new team This work, which will be released following the work "OUROBOROS" (19), is based on the style of the previous original album "TEARS OF MESSIAH" but with a focus on songs with a sense of speed. A more melodious and catchy masterpiece that makes full use of clear high tones has been completed! A piece that is suitable for the dawn of a new legend that shows the belief of the island and its talent again!

Line-Up:

Watashi Haga - Vocals (lead) (2018-present) - See also: Valthus
Norifumi Shima - Guitars (1996-present) - See also: D.T.F.M., Double Dealer, Norifumi Shima, ex-Crystal Clear, ex-Animetal (live), ex-Dione, ex-Dior
Shigeharu Nakayasu - Bass (2015-present) - See also: Marge Litch, ex-Razing Steel
Ryo Miyake - Keyboards (2018-present) - See also: ex-Demon's Eye
Atsushi Kawatsuka - Drums (2015-present) - See also: Kinniku Shōjo Tai (live), ex-陰陽座, ex-Goldbrick (live)

Tracklist:

CD1:

01. Long Way to Go (05:11)
02. Rain Fire (03:53)
03. Run for the Light (04:50)
04. Waiting for You (06:38)
05. The Night Tells Thousand Lies (05:17)
06. Burnt Society (05:15)
07. False Confidence (04:15)
08. Rise and Fall (04:50)
09. The Next Moment of Grief (03:24)
10. Mirror Design (04:37)

CD2: (Bonus CD)

01. Between Life And Death
02. Struggle To The Death
03. Life On The Edge


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Apr 2024, 12:52

Concerto Moon - Waiting For You (EP) (Japan Edition) (2021)

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Year : 2021
Style : Power Neoclassical Metal
Country : Japan
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 71 mb


Bio:

Concerto Moon (Koncheruto Mūn) is a Japanese Neoclassical metal / Power metal band formed in 1996[1][2] and led by guitarist Norifumi Shima.The band's first two albums were reissued by InsideOut Music in 2003.The seemingly boundless enthusiasm for melodic metal on the part of Japanese fans is well known but the land of the rising sun is often also the birthplace of tremendous bands in this musical genre. Names such as Loudness, Anthem and Bow Wow come to mind however none of these bands have gone about it quite as spectacularly as Concerto Moon. The band has managed to fuse the melodic feel of the 80's American metal scene with traces of modern influences while at the same time retaining a sound of their own. Influences such as Deep Purple, Rainbow or Malmsteen are clearly evident in the songs however Concerto Moon are by no means standing in the shadows of such great rock paragons. They enhance their compositions with a unique, unforgettable flair and prove they are truly masters of their instruments.Singer Takao Ozaki began his musical career as a guitarist at the tender age of thirteen. When he was 21 he joined a local band in his hometown, Kagawa. After moving to Tokyo he joined Dirty Doll, moving later to Zenith, one of the most popular Japanese bands in the Nineties. When Zenith gave their farewell concert in Autumn 1995, Ozaki met the guitarist Norifuma Shima with whom he founded Concerto Moon shortly afterwards.Norifuma Shima has been playing piano since he was four years old. In 1983 he happened to see a Rainbow video, which led the young musician to take up the guitar. Two years later he was playing an important role in the band Dion and formed the later, highly praised band Crystal Clear in 1994. After three eventful and formative years, Crystal Clear split up, yet within months Shima helped to form Concerto Moon. Shima's impressive style has already made him a guitar hero in his native Japan.Besides Ozaki and Shima, the band also comprises of bass player Kosaku Mitani, drummer Ichiro Nagai and keyboard player Toshiyuki Koike. Bassist Mitani played in various bands and met Shima and his band Crystal Clear in 1995. He seemed a natural choice when Concerto Moon was formed and was duly asked to join. Drummer Nagai began his career as a percussionist and moved onto the drums when he turned 20, playing in various rock bands. In 1996 he joined Concerto Moon as a guest musician and became a permanent fixture soon afterwards. Keyboard player Koike began playing piano at the age of 10 and soon developed an interest in heavy metal. During a Japanese tour in the Summer of 97, he met the guys in Concerto Moon and joined the band the following year.After the band was founded in Autumn 1995, Concerto Moon held their first concert in Osaka in July 1996. Two weeks later they caused a sensation at their very first show in Tokyo. In the following summer the band released their debut album "Fragments Of The Moon", which received an impressive 85 point rating in the revered Burrn! Magazine. The album release was followed by a successful Japanese tour and April 1998 saw them preparing for their second album, "From Father To Son", which was released in July. In December, Concerto Moon toured with the Finnish superstars Stratovarius and then began work on their third studio album, "Rain Forest".Now, captured in all their glory with "The End Of The Beginning" the band present their first live offering proving what a formidable live act they have become. Made up of material from their previous studio albums, Concerto Moon deliver a breath taking set that showcases their technical mastery alongside their vast compositional talents leaving no doubt whatsoever as to their impressive abilities. "The End Of The Beginning" was released in Europe in April 2001 as a special double CD set including 3 bonus tracks and a 53 minute live video CD-Rom track.This marked the end of an era for the band. A new vocalist was brought in, one who was a little more comfortable with singing in English - enter Takashi Inoue. The new frontman was first heard on several re-recorded Concerto Moon classics on Gate Of Triumph and a best of - Destruction & Creation. But it was not until 2003's Life On The Wire that Inoue was fully unleashed. Life On The Wire saw the bands heaviest and most melodic album yet, further defining the bands role as one of the hottest bands on the neo-classical scene.Another live album and DVD entitled Live - Once In A Lifetime showcased the bands abilities in the live arena whilst the 2004 release After The Double Cross is the band best effort to date.

Album:

CONCERTO MOON is a Neoclassical Metal band from Tokyo, Japan. This is their 15th studio album in 25 years of existence, which is absolutely mindboggling. They have had major success in Japan but they are not well known elsewhere unfortunately. This is also the second album to feature Watashi Haga as lead vocalist as he replaced the departing Atsushi Kuze that left back in 2018.Japan is home to some of the most passionate fans of music in all the world. Every band would like to play the Tokyo Egg Dome or Budokan because of those fans. Some say if you play these venues, it shows the whole music world that you made it as an artist. Japan is also home to a lot of great bands that nobody ever heard about or sparsely known elsewhere like LOUDNESS, CHTONIC, SIGH or X-JAPAN. Going out of your way and making a name for yourself is no easy task and as a listener it’s fun to discover some hidden treasures in their booming Metal scene.I think it’s a good album but it’s not something I would listen again and again, maybe sometimes here and there but the vocals and lyrics are almost indiscernible and can be quite frustrating at time. The music is excellent and it’s really a nice mix of old school Neo-Classical (think Yngwie Malmsteen with his first few albums) and mid 90’s European Power Metal. The vocals might be annoying at times but the quality of the music compensates 10 times for it and it's a rather nice surprise. A Hidden Treasure no more, showing the whole world that Japan is not only known for bands like X-JAPAN and LOUDNESS!

Line-Up:

Watashi Haga - Vocals (lead) (2018-present) - See also: Valthus
Norifumi Shima - Guitars (1996-present) - See also: D.T.F.M., Double Dealer, Norifumi Shima, ex-Crystal Clear, ex-Animetal (live), ex-Dione, ex-Dior
Shigeharu Nakayasu - Bass (2015-present) - See also: Marge Litch, ex-Razing Steel
Atsushi Kawatsuka - Drums (2015-present) - See also: Kinniku Shōjo Tai (live), ex-陰陽座, ex-Goldbrick (live)
Ryo Miyake - Keyboards (2018-present) - See also: ex-Demon's Eye

Tracklist:

01. Find My Way
02. Flaming Thunder God
03. Black Flame
04. Stay in My Heart
05. Angel of Chaos
06. Waiting for You (guitar extended version)


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Re: Concerto Moon (JAPAN)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Apr 2024, 12:52

Concerto Moon - Back Beyond Time (2024)

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Year : 2024
Style : Power Neoclassical Metal
Country : Japan
Audio : 320 kbps + front
Size : 107 mb


Bio:

Concerto Moon (Koncheruto Mūn) is a Japanese Neoclassical metal / Power metal band formed in 1996[1][2] and led by guitarist Norifumi Shima.The band's first two albums were reissued by InsideOut Music in 2003.The seemingly boundless enthusiasm for melodic metal on the part of Japanese fans is well known but the land of the rising sun is often also the birthplace of tremendous bands in this musical genre. Names such as Loudness, Anthem and Bow Wow come to mind however none of these bands have gone about it quite as spectacularly as Concerto Moon. The band has managed to fuse the melodic feel of the 80's American metal scene with traces of modern influences while at the same time retaining a sound of their own. Influences such as Deep Purple, Rainbow or Malmsteen are clearly evident in the songs however Concerto Moon are by no means standing in the shadows of such great rock paragons. They enhance their compositions with a unique, unforgettable flair and prove they are truly masters of their instruments.Singer Takao Ozaki began his musical career as a guitarist at the tender age of thirteen. When he was 21 he joined a local band in his hometown, Kagawa. After moving to Tokyo he joined Dirty Doll, moving later to Zenith, one of the most popular Japanese bands in the Nineties. When Zenith gave their farewell concert in Autumn 1995, Ozaki met the guitarist Norifuma Shima with whom he founded Concerto Moon shortly afterwards.Norifuma Shima has been playing piano since he was four years old. In 1983 he happened to see a Rainbow video, which led the young musician to take up the guitar. Two years later he was playing an important role in the band Dion and formed the later, highly praised band Crystal Clear in 1994. After three eventful and formative years, Crystal Clear split up, yet within months Shima helped to form Concerto Moon. Shima's impressive style has already made him a guitar hero in his native Japan.Besides Ozaki and Shima, the band also comprises of bass player Kosaku Mitani, drummer Ichiro Nagai and keyboard player Toshiyuki Koike. Bassist Mitani played in various bands and met Shima and his band Crystal Clear in 1995. He seemed a natural choice when Concerto Moon was formed and was duly asked to join. Drummer Nagai began his career as a percussionist and moved onto the drums when he turned 20, playing in various rock bands. In 1996 he joined Concerto Moon as a guest musician and became a permanent fixture soon afterwards. Keyboard player Koike began playing piano at the age of 10 and soon developed an interest in heavy metal. During a Japanese tour in the Summer of 97, he met the guys in Concerto Moon and joined the band the following year.After the band was founded in Autumn 1995, Concerto Moon held their first concert in Osaka in July 1996. Two weeks later they caused a sensation at their very first show in Tokyo. In the following summer the band released their debut album "Fragments Of The Moon", which received an impressive 85 point rating in the revered Burrn! Magazine. The album release was followed by a successful Japanese tour and April 1998 saw them preparing for their second album, "From Father To Son", which was released in July. In December, Concerto Moon toured with the Finnish superstars Stratovarius and then began work on their third studio album, "Rain Forest".Now, captured in all their glory with "The End Of The Beginning" the band present their first live offering proving what a formidable live act they have become. Made up of material from their previous studio albums, Concerto Moon deliver a breath taking set that showcases their technical mastery alongside their vast compositional talents leaving no doubt whatsoever as to their impressive abilities. "The End Of The Beginning" was released in Europe in April 2001 as a special double CD set including 3 bonus tracks and a 53 minute live video CD-Rom track.This marked the end of an era for the band. A new vocalist was brought in, one who was a little more comfortable with singing in English - enter Takashi Inoue. The new frontman was first heard on several re-recorded Concerto Moon classics on Gate Of Triumph and a best of - Destruction & Creation. But it was not until 2003's Life On The Wire that Inoue was fully unleashed. Life On The Wire saw the bands heaviest and most melodic album yet, further defining the bands role as one of the hottest bands on the neo-classical scene.Another live album and DVD entitled Live - Once In A Lifetime showcased the bands abilities in the live arena whilst the 2004 release After The Double Cross is the band best effort to date.

Album:

Concerto Moon's 14th album, the most exciting and heartfelt album ever, full of fast-paced and incendiary melodies!Concerto Moon's long-awaited 14th full-length album, their first in 3 years since their last mini album 'WAITING FOR YOU' and their first full-length album in 3.5 years since 'RAIN FIRE' released in 2020!

Line-Up:

Watashi Haga - Vocals (lead) (2018-present) - See also: Valthus
Norifumi Shima - Guitars (1996-present) - See also: D.T.F.M., Double Dealer, Norifumi Shima, ex-Crystal Clear, ex-Animetal (live), ex-Dione, ex-Dior
Shigeharu Nakayasu - Bass (2015-present) - See also: Marge Litch, ex-Razing Steel
Atsushi Kawatsuka - Drums (2015-present) - See also: Kinniku Shōjo Tai (live), ex-陰陽座, ex-Goldbrick (live)
Ryo Miyake - Keyboards (2018-present) - See also: ex-Demon's Eye

Tracklist:

01. The Gold Digger
02. Hope Seeker
03. Story Of My Life
04. Reaching Out For Mercy
05. Find My Way
06. The Mindless Crime
07. Heading For Utopia
08. The Light Of Dawn
09. Heartless World
10. Evil And Lies


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