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Guruguru Eigakan

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Gurguru Eigakan
Left to Right: Numakura Shin, Gokimi, Amano Tonbimaru, Maeda Kazutomo

Guruguru Eigakan (グルグル映畫館; Revolving Movie Theater) is a four member Japanese rock band from Nagoya. The group was formed sometime during the autumn of 1995, with their first live being on November 11th, 1995. The only original member that stayed through the few member line-up changes is vocalist Amano Tonbimaru. They are also an angura-kei band, influenced by the ero guro movement. Guruguru Eigakan is an indies band signed to the label AMG.

On May 9th, 2010 it was announced that the band will be going into an activity pause after their summer tour finale on August 29th at Takadanobaba CLUB PHASE. The reason for the inactivity is Amano's heath issues. One last studio album was released before the activity pause, Aru Ahou no Hansei Kouhen was released on July 14th.[1]

Members

Former Members

Discography

Studio Albums

Mini-Albums

Other Mini-Albums

Singles

Vinyls

Demo Tapes

DVDs

References

  1. "-速報!!-" Official Website. 2010.05.09. Retrieved 2011.01.29.

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