Suicide Ali | Sarau Fue to Yakusoku

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Sarau Fue to Yakusoku

by Suicide Ali

Suicide Ali's 1st album. Rock / Industrial / Metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tobira
4:29 $0.99
2. Chainsaw
2:26 $0.99
3. Kaze No Slave
4:13 $0.99
4. Doumyaku
4:48 $0.99
5. Fuefuki Douji
3:51 $0.99
6. Mujin No Tokai
5:07 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Obsession with life, obsession with death. This is the story of four characters on a journey to seek the meaning of life, SUICIDE ALI. Their world is heavy, dark, and mysterious. Will you peruse the pages of the enigmatic philosophy written in SUICIDE ALI?" The band was formed in 2004. They have released 6 singles which were limited to live venues and all sold out on the same day. In 2007 they contributed a song to the omnibus album [Darkest Labyrinth] produced by BLOOD, and 3 songs to an omnibus album released by the German gothic magazine [Astan]. This mini-album is their first release for nation-wide distribution, and they plan to release a second mini-album in June.

1st mini album[sarau fue to yakusoku]
Release:March 26th
6songs, 8page booklet, picture label, limited 1000, 2,100yen (TAX IN)
disk number: CRDB-166

1. tobira
3. kaze no slave
4. doumyaku
5. fuefuki douji
6. mujin no tokai



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Pamela Torres

My comments on "SFTY"
I first heard about the band Suicide Ali on the VampireFreaks website and upon listening to some of their free sound bytes, I knew this group had potential. Therefore, I'm really glad that their first 6-song maxi single, "Sarau Fue to Yakusoku" became available on Cdbaby. The band itself consists of 4 members: Goshi on vocals, Yuu on guitar, Hiroshi on bass and Hisashi on drums. Also, the CD's audio atmosphere delivers an eerily melodic garden of crunching metal riffs and synthetic violin orcestrations. If I was going make any comparisions, I would say that Suicide Ali's sound can be enjoyed by anyone familiar with Tool or Dir en Grey. I definitely hope to hear more from Suicide Ali in the future, because "SFTY" already makes me hungry for more.