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Japanese Metal

Badass Japanese metal bands.
1Dir en Grey

Often referred to as the best that modern Japanese metal has to offer today, and
it's not hard to see why.
2King-Show

Anything with Kenji Otsuki is destined for brilliance.
3Tokusatsu

Like I said before, ANYTHING with Kenji Otsuki is destined for brilliance.
4Sex Machineguns

A really good metal band, kinda reminds me a bit of really old thrash at times.
Mostly speed metal though.
5Seikima-II

One of Japan's most successful metal bands from back in the day. These guys even
had their own damn video game. Really badass band, good for anyone who likes
their metal extra vintage.
6Sigh

For all the black metal heads out there, Sigh was signed onto Euronymous's label
(before Varg blew his head off, of course). That's more than enough reason. And
plus, the music is pretty damn good as well.
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