D have already earned a well-known name in Japan - Visual Key Metal pure. For the first time ever in Europe, show Asagi (vocals), Ruiza (guitar), Hide-zou (guitar), Tsunehito (bass) and Hiroki (drums) with three concerts their presence live in Hamburg, Munich and Cologne to their local fans. And this fan base, it seems, despite the relatively high entrance fee is already grown to quite a lot.
Used to play in large clubs and arenas, D presented in the small Hamburg Rock Club LOGO with the legendary pillar in the middle of the stage their massive, colorful and versatile show - and the club was well filled and charged with enthusiasm to welcome the idols from far abroad, suitable to this year's release of the new album "Vampire Saga".
The music is hard to put into words because it describes a fusion of East Asian, Japanese, oriental elements with Western rock and metal structures. The vocals vary between J-Rock and Pop-harmonies with Western metal-rage, integrating Opera-like represented pathos. The rich melodies sound very much East-Asian and build together with the partially heated metal storm a bizarre, high-contrast unit. Very energetic. Fascinating.
All this accompanied by the glamorous appearance in imaginative costumes, androgynous dazzling, full of theatrical, dark gothic mysticism - a complete painting, an artwork of sound and visualization, which even covers a certain philosophy or worldview as a foundation. The first concert abroad, and the audience are no Japanese compatriots, but Germans - certainly an exciting experience for the musicians, who experienced, musically perfect, and at the same time full of enthusiasm let the fiesta going.
But certainly a concert becomes not until then hot and energetic, if the audience joins with enthusiasm and fun. In this case, the predominantly female fans responded in full from the beginning of the show, applauded, celebrated, jubilated. And at the very end, after the concert, the club was still well filled, for the most part still waited for the autograph session and thus to meet their heroes in person.