Kazha

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Kazha
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Kazha in Jan 2014
Background information
Origin Tokyo, Los Angeles
Genres Rock, Heavy metal, Alternative rock, alternative metal
Years active 2009–present
Website Kazha official web site
Members Kazuha Oda
Hideki Matsushige
Masaya
Past members Zen Takamu

Kazha is a rock band founded in 2009 by a singer/songwriter Kazuha Oda and a guitarist Hideki Matsushige, categorized in Hard Rock and sometimes in Heavy Metal. It used to be a 4 piece band but became 3 piece with Kazuha Oda being a bass/vocal. [1][2]

Band biography[edit]

The band’s name is taken from the vocalist Kazuha Oda's first name.[3] The band was founded in Los Angeles California but debut in Japan with the release of their first EP Breathe Through Your Dreams in September 2009. After the release of the first album Overture, Kazha made their USA debut performing at Asian Heritage Street Celebration in San Francisco California and has been touring around the world; Korea, Europe, Mexico and U.S.A., appearing at various Anime conventions and Festivals including Sac-Anime,[4] Nan Desu Kan,[5][6] Phoenix Comicon,[7] and Saboten Con[8] as their musical guest.


Discography[edit]

  • Evolution (2013)[9]
  • I Still Remember -Single version- (2010)[10]
  • Overture (2010)[11]
  • Breathe Through Your Dreams (2009)[12]

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