GrimAqua // First mini-album “AQUAISM”

GrimAqua already released the digital version of their very first mini-album “AQUAISM” on February 29 of this year, but also announced a physical release coming in late March. Fans who like to have an actual CD on display in their collection can do exactly that since March 27!

In addition to the release GrimAqua have announced a schedule of monthly performances as well:
04/29 (Mon) – 池袋RED-Zone ANERIS (Ikebukuro RED-Zone ANERIS)
06/30 (Sun) – 池袋RED-Zone ANERIS (Ikebukuro RED-Zone ANERIS)

Tickets for these live performances are priced at ¥5,000, and include a photo opportunity with each member. Additionally, you can also attend the show from the bar area for free, but this doesn’t include anything extra.

There is also a hint for something to take place on November 28 of this year, but no further information has been announced yet.


GrimAqua // 黄昏オフィリア (Tasogare Ofiria) (MV)


Release information

BLML-046 // ¥2,700
01. SE
02. 黄昏オフィリア (Tasogare Ofiria)
03. 空は群青に泣く (Sora wa gunjou ni naku)
04. 69Mother
05. Room No.
06. Painful Memories
07. Abyssally

Release date:
2024.03.27 (CD) | 2024.02.29 (digital)

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雪 (Yuki) is the owner and driving force behind Arlequin.
She originally started the project in 2009 as a photographer under the name of Arlequin Photography, but developed an interest in journalism and translation ever since. Because of these interests interviews and reviews were added to the project, until it eventually hit the limits as a "photographer" in 2021, and Arlequin Magazine was added to the mix.

雪 (Yuki) is a native Dutch speaker with a graphic design degree, which means she is also the main person behind Arlequin Creations.
After all these years she is still the main person who does interviews the interviews and live photos that you see on Arlequin, but also a large chunk of the reviews and behind-the-scenes work and communication goes through her.

She speaks Dutch and English on a native level, but also understands Japanese and German.

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