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Destrose

This japanese band was formed in 2005 through the efforts of guitarist Mina. Together with Mary, Eye, Eri and Kayo recorded their first demo “Demo” in 2007, which contained two songs: “Deathless Memories” and “Skykiller”.

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Country: Japan
History: 2005 – Currently
Status: Active
Style: Heavy Metal

Biography:
This japanese band was formed in 2005 through the efforts of guitarist Mina. Together with Mary, Eye, Eri and Kayo recorded their first demo “Demo” in 2007, which contained two songs: “Deathless Memories” and “Skykiller”.

After several performances, one of which acted with Akira Takasaki of Loudness, they signed with YggrDrasill Productions. This has allowed them to record new tracks (available on their MySpace), which may see the light in their debut album.

Kayo and Eri left Destrose on December 2008, and in October 2009 it was Eye who left the formation, being replaced by Mary, who is currently in charge of the micro duties.

Lineup:
Mary – Vocal
Mina – Guitar
Saki – Guitar
Ami – Bass
Emi – Drums

Former members:
Eye – Vocals
Kayo – Bass
Mari – Drums (support drummer)
Eri – Guitar

Discography:
2007, “Demo” (Demo)

Related links:
http://www.myspace.com/destrosedestrose
http://destroya.nobody.jp/

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