Synonyms for galneryus or Related words with galneryus

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Examples of "galneryus"
All songs arranged by Galneryus and Yorimasa Hisatake.
Jacob Sullivan, Drummer of Power Metal band Galneryus
All songs arranged by Galneryus and Yorimasa Hisatake.
All songs arranged by Galneryus and Yorimasa Hisatake.
All songs arranged by Galneryus and Yorimasa Hisatake.
All songs arranged by Galneryus and Yorimasa Hisatake.
In 2009, Ono became the vocalist of the power metal band Galneryus. His first single in eight years, "Departure!", was used as the opening theme song for the 2011 "Hunter × Hunter" anime. "Departure! -Second Version-" was used as the series' second opening theme, with Galneryus' "Hunting for Your Dream" as the second ending theme.
Advance to the Fall is the second full-length album by Japanese power metal band Galneryus. It was released on March 23, 2005.
Beyond the End of Despair... is the third full-length album by Japanese power metal band Galneryus. It was released on July 12, 2006.
The Flag of Punishment is the debut studio album by Japanese power metal band Galneryus. It was released on October 22, 2003.
Under the Force of Courage is the tenth studio album by power metal/neo-classical metal band Galneryus, and the last one with Jun-ichi as Drummer.
After the Live for Rebirth tour, Tsui left Galneryus and Yu-To (later known as Leda of Deluhi) was recruited to fill in for bass. The band shortly after released their fourth album "One for All - All for One" on August 22, 2007. On October 27, they released their first cover album "Voices from the Past". Galneryus then debuted on iTunes Store, making their material available worldwide.
Resurrection is the sixth studio album by the Japanese power metal/neo-classical metal band Galneryus, released on June 23, 2010. It is the first album to feature Galneryus' new singer Masatoshi "Sho" Ono and new bassist Taka, after the departure of Yama-B (vocals) and Yu-To (bass). The track "A Far-Off Distance" was used as the ending theme for the anime television series "".
In June 2016, it was announced that drummer Jun-ichi had amicably left Galneryus after 13 years. He was replaced by Fumiya of the groups Thousand Eyes and Undead Corporation.
The song was covered by Japanese power metal band Galneryus for their 2008 cover album, "Voices from the Past II". It was also used in some of the foreign versions of the 1982 Japanese anime Future War 198X.
Both international and Japanese artists perform, with previous line-ups including bands such as Dragonforce, Judas Priest, Megadeth, Slayer, Circus Maximus, Napalm Death, Angra, Loudness, Anthem, United, Outrage, Galneryus, and Dir en grey.
Vetelgyus is the ninth studio album by power metal/neo-classical metal band Galneryus. The track "Attitude to Life" was used as the ending theme for the anime television series "Laughing Under the Clouds".
Slipknot, Slash (musician) featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, Deftones, Maximum the Hormone, Man with a Mission, Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas (band), The Treatment, Namba 69, crossfaith, Galneryus, Momoiro Clover Z, Knock out monkey, and Artema
Phoenix Rising is the seventh studio album by power metal/neo-classical metal band Galneryus. The album reached number 23 on the Oricon album charts and #21 at the "Billboard Japan" Top Albums.
The custom EX-280, used by Syu of Galneryus, features characteristics similar to that of a standard EX-280, except that it has a bone nut, two EMG 89 pickups and a coil split switch.