Japanese Samurai Metallic Band RYUJIN (Previously GYZE) Indicators To Napalm Data
Japanese “samurai metallic” band Ryujin, previously often called Gyze, has signed with Napalm Data. The band is at present managed by Trivium frontman Matt Heafy, whereas the band’s new moniker Ryujin is after the Japanese Dragon god of the identical title.
“We have now a really GRATEFUL announcement on behalf of Ryujin (ex-Gyze): Like a Phoenix from the ashes… Gyze has turn into Ryujin! Matthew Kiichi Heafy from Trivium is our supervisor, producer, mentor,” stated Ryujin mastermind Ryoji Shinomoto.
“We’re proud to have simply signed a worldwide cope with the superb Napalm Data. We’re able to make this band a worldwide-known act; and to convey happiness and pleasure to everybody across the globe.
“The title Ryujin comes from the Japanese Dragon God King with the identical title. In Japanese lore, Ryujin freely strikes heaven and earth, strikes the clouds, blows the wind, and makes it rain. The Dragon God King additionally controls the stream of climate, ocean currents, and geothermal warmth. We will not wait so that you can hear the music we’ve been engaged on.”
Brothers Ryoji and Shuji Shinomoto initially shaped Gyze in 2009 as Suicide Heaven. The band then modified its title to Gyze in 2011 and launched what’s at present their final album Asian Chaos in 2019.
“It’s my unbelievable honor to announce that I’m formally working with the newly reincarnated type of Gyze, Ryujin, for administration, manufacturing, and mentoring. Ryujin is the Japanese king of the dragons – and the namesake of this for the band is nothing however acceptable.
“Ryoji is without doubt one of the most gifted human beings I’ve ever had the privilege of figuring out. Whether or not it is his monstrous screaming, highly effective singing, other-worldly guitar enjoying, or his masterful songwriting – he’s a musical pressure of nature. This album goes to be thoughts blowing.”
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