Destrose: The Female Power Metal Band That Rocked Japan
Destrose was a Japanese power metal band that formed in 2005 and disbanded in 2015. The band was known for its all-female lineup, featuring talented musicians such as Mina (guitar), Ami (bass), Satty (guitar), Nana (drums) and Oto (vocals). Destrose released several singles and albums, including their most popular single \"Deathless Memories\" in 2011.
\"Deathless Memories\" was the second single by Destrose, released on May 25, 2011 by Marianne Records. The single contained three tracks: \"Deathless Memories\", \"Lifer\" and \"Rose of Destruction (Instrumental)\". The songs showcased the band's powerful and melodic sound, with catchy riffs, soaring vocals and impressive solos. The single received positive reviews from fans and critics alike, and was praised for its high-quality production and performance.
The single was also available as a digital download in rar format, which is a compressed file format that can reduce the size of large files. The rar file of \"Deathless Memories\" contained the three tracks in mp3 format, as well as the cover artwork and a booklet with lyrics and credits. The rar file could be extracted using a software such as WinRAR or 7-Zip, and then played on any device that supports mp3 files.
\"Deathless Memories\" was one of the most successful singles by Destrose, and helped them gain more recognition and popularity in the Japanese metal scene. The band went on to release more singles and albums, such as \"Fenixx to Revive\" in 2012 and \"Destrose\" in 2013, before announcing their disbandment in 2015 due to personal reasons. However, their legacy lives on in their music, which can still be enjoyed by fans around the world.
Destrose had many lineup changes throughout their career, with Mina being the only constant member. The band featured several talented female musicians who later joined or formed other bands in the Japanese metal scene. Some of the notable former members of Destrose include:
Eye (guitar): She left Destrose in 2008 and formed Mary's Blood with other ex-members. She is also a member of the instrumental band IRONBUNNY.
Eri (guitar): She also left Destrose in 2008 and joined Mary's Blood. She left Mary's Blood in 2015 and joined Aldious in 2017.
Kayo (bass): She was another founding member of Mary's Blood after leaving Destrose in 2008. She left Mary's Blood in 2019 and joined Fate Gear in 2020.
Mari (drums): She was a guest drummer for Destrose in 2008 and then became a permanent member of Mary's Blood. She left Mary's Blood in 2019 and joined Fate Gear in 2020.
Nene (vocals): She was the vocalist of Destrose from 2011 to 2012. She is also a fortuneteller and a solo artist.
Nana (drums): She was the drummer of Destrose from 2011 to 2012. She later joined Cyntia and then Lovebites, one of the most successful female metal bands in Japan.
Satty (guitar): She was the guitarist of Destrose from 2010 to 2012. She later joined Cyntia and then Lovebites with Nana.
Marina (vocals): She was the vocalist of Destrose from 2012 to 2015. She is also a solo artist and a voice actress.
Haruna (drums): She was the drummer of Destrose from 2012 to 2015. She later joined Unlucky Morpheus and Doll$Boxx, two popular female metal bands.
Destrose was one of the pioneers of the Girls Metal Band Boom, a movement that saw a surge of female metal bands in Japan in the late 2000s and early 2010s. The band influenced many other female metal acts, such as Bridear, Disqualia, Raglaia and Zettai Club. Despite their impact and popularity among metal fans, Destrose never signed with a major label or achieved mainstream success. The band went on indefinite hiatus in 2015 due to personal reasons, leaving behind a legacy of powerful and melodic music that still resonates with many listeners today. ec8f644aee