MUCC's first US album “Best of MUCC” released Feb. 26

Feb 11th 2008
* MUCC

Tatsuro (Vocal) Miya (Guitar) YUKKE (Bass) SATO-chi (Drums)

In 1997, Miya (Guitar) formed MUCC with SATO-chi (Dr)in the wake of meeting with Tatsuro (Vocal) when they were high school students in their hometown, Ibaraki. YUKKE (Bass) joined the band in 1999 and at this moment MUCC had a perfect lineup.

They kept playing a live show with emotional melody line from Japanese exotic pop songs and heavy sound. In the result, the number of audience increased steadily.

In 2005, their hard work got attention from the world. MUCC was invited to perform in Germany and France. They performed at “Wacken Open Air” in Germany, which is the largest rock music festival in the world.

In 2006, MUCC stayed busy doing another tour in Europe. And expand their activities in the US market. MUCC was invited to perform at OTAKON convention, which was held in Baltimore.

Their debut performance in the US blew the audience away. Their aggressive performance made powerful and energetic sound which shocked many fans in US.

Followed up by that convention performance, MUCC had another performance in US.

In 2007, they were invited by J Rock Revolution at the Wiltern Theatre.

Their songs pull everyone's heartstrings and have impressive messages. That is "hope which exists in despair" and "depth in loneliness.” MUCC is definitely one and only for singing about “human” and new generates in the world.

MUCC.'s first US album “Best of MUCC” is releasing from Fontana International on Feb.26. Including smash hit “Libra” .And New single “FUZZ”, released by iTune is featured in the blockbuster movie “Cloverfied”.

Rockstar Taste of Chaos tour starts from Feb29 through Apr 15th.

Following up Rockstar Taste of Chaos tour,, MUCC will be performing at Sweden Rock Festival 2008 on June 4-7.

More info: www.myspace.com/muccofficial/ www.55-69.com

www.tasteofchaos.com

Rockstar Taste of Chaos Dates:

29-Feb Denver, CO, “Fillmore”

1-Mar Kansas City, MO, “Memorial Hall”

2-Mar Milwaukee,WI, “The Engles Ballroom”

4-Mar Minneapolis,MN, “Roy Wilkins Auditrium”

5-Mar St.Louis,MO, “Family Arena”

7-Mar Dayton,OH, “Hara Arena”

8-Mar Detroit,MI, “Cobo Arena”

10-Mar Rochester, NY, “Armory”

11-Mar Chicago,IL, “Aragon”

13-Mar Norfolk,VA/ “Constant Convocation Center”

14-Mar Philadelphia,PA, “Tweeter Center”

15-Mar Asbury Park, NJ, “Convention Center”

17-Mar Washington DC, “Patriot Center”

18-Mar Portland,ME, “Cumberland County Civic Center”

20-Mar Nassau, NY, “Nassau Coliseum”

21-Mar Boston,MA, “Tsongas Arena”

22-Mar Albany, NY, “”Armory”

24-Mar Atlata, GA, “Gwinnett Center”

25-Mar Tampa, FL, “USF Sundome

26-Mar Miami, FL, “Bayfront Park”

28-Mar Orlando, FL, “UCF Arena”

29-Mar Biloxi, MS, “Mississippi Coast Coliseum”

30-Mar Little Rock, AR/ Riverfest Amphitheatre

1-Apr Dallas,TX, “Nokia Theatre”

3-Apr Oklahoma City, OK, “Fairgrounds Arena”

4-Apr Corpus Christi, TX, “Concrete Street Amphitheatre”

5-Apr San Antonio, TX, “Freeman Coliseum”

6-Apr El Paso, TX,”County Coliseum”

8-Apr Las Vegas, NV/the Pearl

9-Apr Phoeniz,AZ, “Jobing.com/Glendale Arena

10-Apr Long Beach,CA, “Long Beach Arena”

12-Apr San Jose,CA, “Event Center”

13-Apr Sacramento,CA, “ARCO Arena”

15-Apr Seattle,WA, “WaMu Center”

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