Canzel formed on the auspicious date of July 7, 2007 and had their first live on November 18 at Takadanobaba ARE...Read more (237 words more)
Canzel formed on the auspicious date of July 7, 2007 and had their first live on November 18 at Takadanobaba AREA. The line-up, so far unchanged since their formation, is vocalist Icchi, guitarists Shiina Mio and Rui, Haku on bass and Yukimi on drums.
In March of 2008 they released their first maxi-single, FiRST STEPS E.P.. Fans had only a short time to wait for the next release, as only four months later they had another single out, NeXT SEASONS E.P., which reached 16th on the Oricon indies chart. Gaining popularity from their performances around the Kantou area, when Canzel held a oneman at Meguro Rock May Kan in August it sold out several days in advance. In November they also sold out their One Year Anniversary live, NEW WINDOWS at Takadanobaba AREA, where they'd performed their first live. Its corresponding single, NeW WINDOWS E.P., was released, limited to 500 copies.
2009 is proving to be a promising year for the young band as well. Starting in January, the band sponsored two months of live events mostly in the Tokyo area. Their first countrywide maxi-single release, TwINKLE SUNLIGHT E.P., was released on February 4, 2009 and reached 5th place on the Oricon indies weekly chart, their highest ranking yet. On April 19 they held a oneman to celebrate their fourth maxi-single, FuTURES WORLD E.P..
The band disbanded on August 11, 2010. Along with the disbandment, Icchi has proclaimed that he will be quitting the music business. Before their disbandment, they have put out 2 best of albums and held 5 oneman tours. · close
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This band didn't have to disband, cause I haven't seen them live