Oz (Japanese band)

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-OZ-
Origin Japan
Genres
Years active 2004–2013
Labels
Website -OZ- Official Website
Past members Natsuki
Aki
Tama
Nao
Zukki

Oz (オズ), stylized -OZ-, was a visual kei rock band from Japan, formed in October 2004. -OZ- is signed to Loop Ash and CLJ Records. They have released two studio albums, Versus and Rouge, and DVDs, singles and maxi singles; in January 2011, they were scheduled to embark on their first European tour.

John D. Buchanan of AllMusic wrote that the band "combine[s] some of the heaviest and most aggressive sounds in the scene with a bright commercial edge".[1]

Members[edit]

  • Natsuki
    • Instrument: lead vocals
    • Birthday: January 1
    • Band history: (ディスリピュート → Scare Crow → -OZ-)
  • Aki
    • Instrument: lead guitar
    • Birthday: December 8
    • Band history: (ディスリピュート → Scare Crow → -OZ-)
  • Tama
  • Nao
    • Instrument: bass, backing vocals
    • Birthday: December 23
    • Band history: (ジプシー → -OZ-)
  • Zukki
    • Instrument: drums
    • Birthday: April 3
    • Band history: (ウサギ → -OZ-)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • "VERSUS" [2009.09.16]
  • "Rouge" [2010.11.10]
  • "CRUNK" (Mini Album) [2012.11.14]
  • "COMPLETE BEST ALBUM" [2013.04.03]

Singles & Maxi Singles[edit]

  • "Decay" [2005.07.24]
  • "And to the End" [2005.09.29]
  • "Scene In the misereal" [2006.03.05]
  • "Eve's Apple" [2006.11.22]
  • "Adam's Apple" [2006.12.27]
  • "Six" [2007.05.30]
  • "Elf" [2007.10.31]
  • "Athena" [2008.03.05]
  • "Bulk" [2008.07.30]
  • "S.I.N" [2008.04.02]
  • "Spiral" [2008.09.03]
  • "Raze" [2008.12.28]
  • "Venom" [2009.03.04]
  • "Detox" [2009.04.01]
  • "White Pallet" [2009.12.28]
  • "Wisteria" [2010.02.24]
  • "Viridan" [2010.05.05]
  • "Force" [2010.12.28]
  • "Souga" [2011.10.05]
  • "Stigma" [2012.03.21]

DVDs[edit]

  • "Versus" [2009.09.16]
  • "Wisteria" [2010.02.24]
  • "Viridan" [2010.05.05]
  • "Detox" (Limited Edition B) [2009.04.01]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Buchanan, John D. "Oz". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-12-12. 

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