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January 10, 2011

Exist Trace plans major label debut for summer

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The all-female visual-kei band exist†trace announced on Sunday that they will make their major label debut early this summer. However, no details about the release have been revealed, including the name of the label.

exist†trace formed in 2003. They have performed several times in Europe, and this year they will be holding their first U.S. performance at Sakura-Con 2011 on April 22-24 in Seattle, Washington. The band released their newest album “TWIN GATE” this past November, which also got a U.S. release in December.


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