Visual Kei Band D Set to Rock-It-Out at Pacific Media Expo 2011Oct 3rd 2011
LOS ANGELES, CA -- Live in concert at PMX 2011, Japanese rock band D will light up the stage on Friday, November 11 and Saturday, November 12 at the LAX Hilton. D's last performance in the U.S. drew thousands of attendees. Lines were reported to have formed hours before the concert doors opened. With each night promising a different set list featuring various chart topping hits from their history, D's concert at PMX 2011 is an event that no visual kei fan should miss.
“Pacific Media Expo is thrilled to have D join our line-up,” says Pacific Media Expo Convention Chair Jerry San Jose. “This was one of the musical guests chosen by our attendees and we are looking forward to the excitement that they will bring to our convention.”
The J-Rock/Metal group is known for their unique visual kei style of rock an with well known songs such as “Birth”, "Snow White", "Yami no Kuni no Alice/Hamon", and "Day by Day". It's no wonder that their songs have been featured all sorts of entertainment mediums ranging from games (Twilight Syndrome and LoveφSummit) to horror movies (Twilight Syndrome: Dead-Go-Round), to popular television dramas (Shinsengumi Peacemaker, which aired on TBS and MBS). Asagi, the vocalist, lyricist, and one of the main songwriters of D, is also the founder of God Child Records, the brand Rosen Kranz, and the publication Mad Tea Party Magazine.
D, whose appearance at PMX 2011 is made possible by Babel Entertainment and coolJapan, will also be holding a Q&A Panel and an autograph session. See www.pacificmediaexpo.com for more info.
About Pacific Media Expo: As America's first major media trade show dedicated primarily to Asian-Pacific popular culture and entertainment, Pacific Media Expo (PMX) is a distinguished industry event sponsored by the Pacific Media Association. PMX 2011 strives to create an eclectic community where artists, industry, and fans can freely experience and express the very best of Asian-Pacific popular culture. For more information, see www.pacificmediaexpo.com.