New Maximum the Hormone Album
2013-06-13 by JizzInMyPants | 26 Comments
Maximum the Hormone will be releasing their first album in six years, entitled, "Yoshu Fukushu". The band is famous for their song, Zetsubou Billy, from the anime Death Note.

http://www.maximumthehormone.jp/news.html
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KotoFtw
June 13th 2013
1077 Comments


YES

Minushuman24
June 13th 2013
294 Comments


ALL THE YES.

tempest--
June 13th 2013
13929 Comments


band rocks hard

am i cool if i say i didn't even know they were on an anime

elephantREVOLUTION
June 13th 2013
2766 Comments


sweet. this band is crazy

DUIF
June 13th 2013
21 Comments


Never understood the buzz around these guys... Anyway, fun for you guys!

auberginedreams
June 13th 2013
6060 Comments


yay finally.

auberginedreams
June 13th 2013
6060 Comments


"am i cool if i say i didn't even know they were on an anime"

no you are far less cool now sorry.

tempest--
June 13th 2013
13929 Comments


i am not cultured enough to watch exotic programs

CrimsonLies
June 13th 2013
2045 Comments


Was not expecting this

eatmyoreo
June 13th 2013
4 Comments


Sweet

VinesOvThorn
June 13th 2013
198 Comments


Gay

ashcrash9
June 13th 2013
391 Comments


Considering five of the tracks on this tracklisting have been on previous EPs of theirs, I can tell you this now:

This album is gonna be fuckin great.

bloc
June 13th 2013
34925 Comments


Yoshi Fucker

TRMshadow
June 13th 2013
4982 Comments


NICE!

Tsume X3 and Greatest Hits 2011-2011 were good, but it's nice to finally have a full album on its way.

joshieboy12345
June 14th 2013
5371 Comments


Never heard of this band, but their name made me laugh.

lupot
June 14th 2013
11 Comments


YEY

Acanthus
June 14th 2013
9543 Comments


Cool, but never wanted to venture past Buiikikaesu since it was so awesome.

Digging: The Knife - Deep Cuts

BaseballJames
June 14th 2013
376 Comments


"Tsume Tsume Tsume"! Love that song. This band kicks ass.

crowing51
June 14th 2013
3453 Comments


yes yes yes

Thealwaysopenedmind
June 14th 2013
88 Comments


I'VE WAITED SO LONG! YES!

Digging: Banks - Goddess

Azn.
June 14th 2013
5612 Comments


stoked

Digging: Flying Lotus - You're Dead!

PostMesmeric
June 14th 2013
389 Comments


What's up, people?!

Epicenter
June 14th 2013
174 Comments


Finally!

SadAndHolyGlow
June 14th 2013
1524 Comments


AWESOME! I can't wait!

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Ovrot
June 14th 2013
10508 Comments


neat

Digging: Satan's Satyrs - Demo 2010

Mabbitt
June 15th 2013
1369 Comments


I would say that What's Up, People is more well known since it was the opening. (honestly, love the
song, Death Note was great...but it was a HORRIBLE choice for an opening. Nightmare's song was a
perfect opening theme)

Anyways, super stoked on this. Hopefully they do a US tour when it releases :D



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