This is one of their best albums with Withering to Death and Uroboros. Macabre and Gauze is pretty cool too.
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|Label/Distributor||Sony Music Distribution|
Description in Japanese
鬼葬 / Dir en grey
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This is my favorite Dir en grey cd ever...even though withering to death was the first CD I listened to, but this one appeals to me the most!
Para los fans de dir en grey este album es necesario tenerlo, tiene excelentes canciones y, como cada disco de diru, un sonido muy especial. El arte es tambien muy interesante si acaso de los mejores que he visto de diru. Si son fans recientes de dir en grey este album es necesario para darse cuenta de la trayectoria que ha tenido el grupo, si son fans antiguos seguramente estaran de acuerdo que es de los mejores discos.
Kisou is a very interesting, unique album with a great variety. The songs alter from fierce and heavy to tender and slow-paced, still almost always being very emotional. I pretty much love all the songs excluding "FILTH" and "Pink Killer". Naming a favourite song is a difficult task, as almost every one of them is truly fantastic work of art, but I'd say it'd be "embryo" for me. The short instrumental interludes titled "Shinsou" are really nice idea and my personal favourite of them is the last, which is a very beautiful, soothing one with piano. The entire band is doing absolutely wonderful job all the way, and I really get the impression that they're all giving the very best they can. The booklet looks very stylish in its shades of gold and it's my favourite Deg booklet after Macabre's one. The only thing which prevents me from giving this album five stars is Kyo's wide range of these unsorted, disturbing weird noises which are a bit too much all over the place for my taste (in "-kigan-", "ZOMBOID", "FILTH", "Bottom of the Death Valley", "Gyakujo Tannou Keloid Milk" and "Pink Killer"). Overall, Kisou is a downright excellent album and an essential purchase.
This is an excellent album! Heavier than Macabre, but still very much in the same vein. I adore most songs, except maybe the mushy Mushi. Pink Killer is quite an extreme track and I love it. I don't really get what the three short instrumental interludes are doing between the songs, but that's okay. This is a must have for fans of Diru's earlier days!
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