disbanded 2000 ~ 2011

Kagrra,

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Kagrra,
© PS COMPANY
Guitar
Akiya
Guitar,
Sin
Bass
Nao (now NAOKI)
Drums
Izumi
(1998 ~ 2011) Vocal
Isshi (deceased)
Music so good that it makes God happy — that's what the name Kagrra, translates to, according to vocalist Isshi. The main concept behind Kagrra,'s style was classical Japanese aesthetics combined with rock music. In the past, their costumes and lyrics were based on particular stages from the cultural history of Japan. Although during their final years the band had largely dropped the heavy visual style, the sense of "neo japanesque" was still present in their music and lyrics.

A few months after the band members went their own separate ways, it was announced that Isshi had fallen into eternal slumber in his home.
Author: Andi, Andrea
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