Tuesday, 23 June 2015

The Gazette unveils new album artwork for 'Dogma'

For the last thirteen years Japanese five-piece The Gazette have been storming forward with their own brand of harsh dark metal and silken electronic overtones, and now 2015 sees 'their most ominous year' with the release of their eighth full-length studio album, 'Dogma'.

Set for release in Japan for August, this new outing promises to be a change in creative direction, which sees them heading towards darker and more conceptual whole that includes art, photography, text and even the very appearance of the band.

With three different versions of the album set to drop, including a special limited edition featuring two DVDs of footage, 'Dogma' looks set to keep fans of the J-Rock act happy.

The band's label JPU Records have also announced this month that in addition to the new album, they are set to re-release two of the band's earlier works in 'Dim' and 'Stacked Rubbish' as western versions, complete with translation sheets.

For more information on The Gazette, and and their forthcoming album, please visit their official website. The re-releases of 'Dim' and 'Stacked Rubbish' in the UK come out July and August (respectively).

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