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Exclusive Jupiter interview!

Posted on May 10, 2019

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Jupiter is right now immersed in their European tour (read more about it here). For this occasion, SEGAKU was offered the chance to interview them.

Although it is a very short interview, it has interesting details you may not know about!

Thanks to everyone who sent questions!

Enjoy!

 

  • Which are your sources of inspiration for your band? (musically, visually, etc)
    • HIZAKI:  Any kind of arts. I often go visit museums or churches.
  • What do you think of the current visual kei scene, both new and, on the other hand, older bands that maintain their classic style?
    • HIZAKI:  When it comes to recent bands, I feel that they lack individuality.
  • Which is your favorite Jupiter song? Why?
    • HIZAKI:  Zeus. This song is very impressive, so I actually nearly cryed on stage.
  • Have you ever thought about including guttural voices in your songs? what about breakdowns?
    • HIZAKI: I think gutural voices are not that suitable for our music… same goes for breakdowns.
  • A tour can be really tiring yet full of events and memories. Tell us about one (or more) anecdote from your tours.
    • HIZAKI: We always go to watch churches at places we go to. I felt my heart being washed every time.
  • If you hadn’t become musicians, what would you be doing?
    • TERU: I would have become a graphic designer.
  • Besides music, which are some of your other passions?
    • HIZAKI: Watching Movies
    • TERU: Drawing
    • KUZE: Drinking
  • Teru, have you thought about colaborating with a lolita brand and sell your own designs?
    • TERU: I actually often design our merchandise such as T-shirts, towels, bags and so on. So, if someone came to me with a vision, I would probably collaborate.

 

Thanks a lot to Jupiter for their time!

Also, thanks to Editions Hikari for this chance! Check out their FB page for more stuff on Jupiter’s tour!

 

~Elisa

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Jupiter European tour, send your questions to the band!

Posted on Mar 31, 2019

SEGAKU will be covering part of Jupiter’s European tour and we want to give you the chance to ask the band anything you want in an exclusive interview. Don’t miss this chance!

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Jupiter are uniting the spectacular beauty of visual-kei with the epics of symphonic metal and the speed of power metal. The melodic metal band was formed in April 2013 and debuted with their single Blessing of the Future at Universal Music on July 24, 2013.
By bringing traditional metal to the versatile approach of Japanese visual-kei, Jupiter transcends genre borders. Captivate not only their Japanese but also their international fans, Jupiter went on European tour in 2014, performed in Mexico City in November 2015, and returned to South America for a tour in 2017. Exceeding the three shows of their Jupiter TOUR 2014 CLASSICAL ELEMENT -EUROPE-, they are now coming to ten cities in six countries with the upcoming Jupiter Zeus Tour -EUROPE- in May 2019.

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In case you do not know about this awesome band yet, watch and listen to their latest video, a live version of “Bring me out“.

Now, and this is what you have been waiting for. We have been granted the honor of interviewing them and, of course, we want to bring the chance of asking them any question to our readers.

Please send your questions (as many as you want!) before April 14th (the sooner, the better) to this email address (in English or in Spanish). These questions will be answered directly by the band before they start touring. You can ask general questions to the bands or to each member. The choice is yours!

Stay tuned!

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TOUR DATES

  • 05/09 (Thu) Cafe Central, Weinheim (Germany) › tickets
  • 05/10 (Fri) Baroeg, Rotterdam (Netherlands) › tickets
  • 05/11 (Sat) Turock, Essen (Germany) › tickets
  • 05/12 (Sun) Underworld, London (UK) › tickets
  • 05/13 (Mon) petit Bain, Paris (France) › tickets
  • 05/15 (Wed) Backstage, Munich (Germany) › tickets
  • 05/16 (Thu) Z7, Pratteln (Switzerland) › tickets
  • 05/17 (Fri) Secret Place, Montpellier (France) › tickets
  • 05/18 (Sat) Bóveda, Barcelona (Spain) › tickets
  • 05/19 (Sun) Copernico, Madrid (Spain) › tickets

~Elisa

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Ghost in the Shell music composer Kenji Kawai interview at Toco Toco

Posted on May 6, 2016

Toco Toco, a French based show which can be watched on French TV, Youtube and even on satellite American TV, has recently interviewed the awesome composer Kenji Kawai. They have sent to SEGAKU all the details about it, and here it goes!

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Exclusive interview with Johannes Aikio, game designer and composer in the Lucius games

Posted on Feb 27, 2016

SEGAKU has the pleasure to present this exclusive interview, which is full of content regarding music in the videogame world, as well as juicy details about the Lucius games and the future of the saga. Let’s unveil the details behind the devil boy simulator.

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Exclusive interview with Manuel López Ibáñez “Asomnu” about Song of Horror

Posted on Oct 26, 2015

SEGAKU presents an exclusive interview with Manuel López Ibáñez, aka Asomnu, about his career as a composer, and overall about Song of Horror, a Spanish videogame that will leave everyone speechless.

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