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Sunday, 28 March 2010

MOSAIC.WAV cryptically announce their 2010 album

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SHAM STUDIO just sent over a couple of emails. First, MOSAIC.WAV will be releasing a new single before September 2010 (probably C78), followed with a full-length album by the end of 2010 (probably C79). MOSAIC.WAV making new music is no surprise, but note how early they are promoting these two releases. Typically, they will announce their Comiket singles one or two weeks (if not days) before the fact. The gorgeous poster also leads to believe that we could be witnessing an "evolution" of MOSAIC.WAV, if you consider the total lack of chibi characters they are usually known for. Is that broken chain a metaphor? Sweet keytar-gunsword to say the least!

Secondly, although it has been mentioned before on this very blog, SHAM STUDIO have finally made their English section public by linking it right on their front page. It's been a while since I translated these three pages, so unfortunately they don't cover any of their 2009 releases and activities. Will there be more English-language sections in the future? Stay tuned!

1 comment:

Winrar said...

End of year? Damn that sounds like an eternity now. Of course, I'm looking forward to both releases.

That poster looks great and I'd have it made. I'm trying to hide my powerlevels though.

Also, them adding the English section shows they're also aiming for a foreign audience, and that's good to hear.