04:02 - !J.O.O.E.! You'll be back haha. What bit are you stuck on?
03:57 - Clintagram Just rage quit Demon's Souls. See if I can muster the determination to play another day. Twenty deaths (not an exaggeration) in an hour is too much for me though.
03:51 - Redn1ght Clint, it was pretty funny when I started playing some Mortal Kombat... I used to play fighting games a lot with a friend back when. My fingers were rusty and it was hard getting used to the combos. xD
03:50 - !J.O.O.E.! Yeah, it was pretty absurd. Mainly because you need a shit ton of luck to have a hope in hell of beating it.
03:49 - Clintagram FTL another brutal game. Over 40 hours and I've only ever one once and that was on easy with a random combo of Vulcan and pre-igniter. Some games are just too hard for me.
03:34 - Redn1ght They ripped off Spotify's Discovery tab. Lel.
03:34 - !J.O.O.E.! God damn, FTL has such a good sound track.
After finishing their Holy Grail world tour, Japanese power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles have already announced the first tour dates for this Spring in Japan. The band also plans to release two new singles along with a new album this year.
Japanese power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles have re-released on January 31st their latest album Holy Grail, first released last June, with an additional 344 pages scorebook, a bonus CD, photos and commentary by the band members. The first 100 books are signed and will only be on sale on February 12th at the Shibuja Public Hall venue where the band will be performing.
Japanese power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles have revealed the tracklist to their new live DVD entitled Chateau De Versailles -Jubilee-. The DVD comes out on December 21st in two formats, the normal edition and the limited edition.
Japanese neoclassical power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles have announced new tour dates on their Holy Grail World Tour. After their Latin America Tour in November, reported here, the band will tour Japan and have added more dates to the bill.
Japanese power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles have announced new tour dates. The band will head to South America in the Versailles World Tour 2011: Holy Grail - South America tour and then return to Japan in January/February to do some additional shows.
Japanese power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles have announced that they will release a new live DVD entitled Chateau De Versailles: Jubilee. The DVD comes out December 21st in two formats, the normal edition and the limited edition, and will contain their "Method Of Inheritance World Tour 2010 - Grand Final - Chateau de Versailles" concert held at Shibuya C.C. Lemon Hall on September 4th, 2010.
Japanese neoclassical power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles are taking over the world with a handful of Far Eastern, European and Latin American tour dates throughout September, October and November. The band will be supporting in their recently released third studio album, Holy Grail. Get the dates after the jump.
Due to the current situation in Japan following the earthquake and subsequent tsunami, Japanese neoclassical power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles have postponed their previously announced spring tour dates till May.
The new dates are now as follows:
May 04 - Saitama - Heavenfs Rock Saitama Shintoshin
May 05 - Saitama - Heavenfs Rock Saitama Shintoshin
May 11 - Kanagawa - Yokohama BAYSIS
May 15 - Osaka - Esaka Muse
May 16 - Osaka - Esaka Muse
May 18 - Saitama - Heavenfs Rock Kumagaya
May 20 - Aichi - Nagoya Electric Lady Land
Japanese metallers Versailles will embark on a Japanese tour which kicks off March 21th in Saitama and will run through April 16th ending in Tochigi.
Announced dates are as follows:
March 21 - Saitama - Heavenfs Rock Kumagaya
March 26 - Aichi - Nagoya Electric Lady Land
April 01 - Osaka - Esaka Muse
April 02 - Osaka - Esaka Muse
April 09 - Kanagawa - Yokohama BAYSIS
April 10 - Saitama - Heavenfs Rock Saitama Shintoshin
April 16 - Tochigi - Heavenfs Rock Utsunomiya
Meanwhile in Japan... neoclassical power metal/J-Rock outfit Versailles are set to release their new single Philia on March 16th.
The song will be used as the theme song for a new Japanese TV show called Onegaikanaete Versailles (trans: Make my dreams come true, Versailles), which has been airing in Japan since January 17th. Watch a hilariously absurd preview clip below.
The 4-minute comedy series are starring all members of the band Versailles and Rina Koike, a beautiful but poor girl who meets the visual-kei princes, who'll be trying to make her dreams come true and save her from her misery in their own peculiar way.