Luna Sea Made a Will to the Present
Luna Sea is a Japanese Visual Kei band which broke down once in 2000. They made their reunion, and released their original album “A Will” after an interval of 13 years. As the name, it shows their will to the present world.
No successes are found in reunion of rock bands. Most bands have nothing but reproducing the peak they got to before they broke themselves up. Now, the worst case shows they give just nostalgia and disappear again, leaving perfume which feels failure. I have never seen a rock band which has got out from between the two poles.
Released on Dec. 11, 2013
Universal Music Japan
Limited: 3,980 yen (tax in)
Normal: 3,059 yen (tax in)
01. Anthem of Light
03. The End of the Dream
09. Gin no Tsuki
All Songs Written by Luna Sea
Produced by Luna Sea
Basically, it is very difficult for everyone to revive and develop what broke down once, whatever tore it apart.
In 2000, Luna Sea met their finale. After their reunion, they released their original album “A Will.” That never gets off from between those two poles. All their fans would have his or her masterpiece among their albums released before they broke up once. “A Will” never exceeds.
However, “A Will” contains a will. That is, as a base of Visual Kei bands, their reappearance and a carved seal that shows the maximum of the music.
This album consists of musicianship which reviews what Luna Sea has built up so far. “Ran” must remind you of the golden age of Visual Kei rock, “Maria” shows flowing melodies, “Rouge” sounds large-boned like beating the younger bands as Dir en Grey. “A Will” would never be without their reunion and it is correctly facing the present time.
Anymore, I suppose they do not think they are trying to get themselves over. Then, the five get together and play music. Their reason, the meaning and their will were completed at “A Will”, were not they?
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