Bleach (Japanese band)

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Bleach
Kanna of the punk-rock band Bleach.jpg
Kanna flies through a guitar solo in 2007
Background information
Origin Okinawa, Japan
Genres Thrashcore, D-beat, hardcore
Years active 1997–2009
Labels Universal Music Group, Alive
Website Official site
Past members Kanna, Miya, Sayuri

Bleach (known as Bleach03 in North America) was an all girl thrashcore trio from Okinawa, Japan. On June 10, 2009, Bleach announced on their website that they have disbanded. Their final album, Bleach Stone, was released on July 7, 2009. A "Best of" album was released in Japan on February 22, 2010, and came with a DVD video of their last show.[1]

The band were known for their raw and energetic live performances. Their song, The Head That Controls Both Right And Left Sides Eats Meats And Slobbers Even Today, appeared in an episode of the television series Mr. Robot.

Bassist Miya tweeted that the band will reunite for a one-off show in November 2016.

Discography[edit]

EPs

  • [2000.07.07] Otokoichokusen (A Man's Way)
  • [2001.11.11] Furueru Hana (Trembling Flower)
  • [2003.10.10] Canary Teikoku no Gyakushuu (Canary Empire Strikes Back)

Mini-Albums

  • [2001.07.07] Odoru Kubi

Albums

Live albums

  • [2001.03.19] Japan Nite 2001: Love Psychedelico/Bleach/The Jerry Lee Phantom/Heart Bazaar (Elbow Room)
  • [2002.03.18] Japan Nite 2002: Bleachmobile/The Salinger/ Understatements/Bonkin’ Clapper/Nananine/Clammbon (Elbow Room)
  • [2004.03.23] Japanese Girls Samurai Tour ‘04: Bleach/Petty Booka/Noodles/Kokeshi Doll (Knitting Factory Tap Room)
  • [2005.10.15] Aqui/Bleach/School Trauma Flashback (Trash; Williamsburg, PA)
  • [2005.23.04] Japunks Panic Jamboree No. 8: Spunks/Bleach03/Ed Woods/DJ Mammoth & MC Eagle/Peelander-Z/The Dudoos (CBGB; Manhattan, NY)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BLEACH official home page". Archived from the original on 2005-04-05. 
  2. ^ "BLEACH(03)". Rockofjapan.com. 2004-03-23. Archived from the original on 2012-11-24. Retrieved 2017-02-07. 

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