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News Romeo x Juliet J-Rock Band 12012 Performs at Anime USA
posted on 2010-06-28 18:00 EDT
Anime USA announced that Japanese rock band 12012 (pronounced as ichi ni zero ichi ni) will perform at the November 12-14 convention in Arlington, Virginia. The band performed the first ending song for the Gonzo anime Romeo X Juliet, "Cyclone," in 2007. 12012 has played in the United States at least twice before, at 2006's Oni-Con and 2007's AnimeNEXT.
The band, whose five members united in 2003, is releasing its 10th album SEVEN on July 13. Previously announced Anime USA guests include New York-based rock band Echostream and voice actresses Brina Palencia, Cristina Vee, and Mary Elizabeth McGlynn.
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