the GazettE – DIM [CD]
DIM by the GazettE has been described as having riffs as "heavy as the soul of Dracula" and sounding like "Slipknot playing Powerman 5000 covers" by AllMusic's Alexey Eremenko. It was released in Japan soon after the visual kei band performed a guerrilla gig outside of Shinjuku Station, the world's busiest transport hub. Police had to pul the plug on when several thousand fans turned up to the secret event. DIM includes the group's first single to reach number two in the charts, LEECH.
- THE INVISIBLE WALL
- A MOTH UNDER THE SKIN
(「エ リ カ」)
- HEADACHE MAN
- DISTRESS AND COMA
- SHIROKI YUUTSU
- IN THE MIDDLE OF CHAOS
- DIM SCENE
- 24 page booklet
- English lyric translations
- Romaji lyric transliterations
the GazettE in the Media
"Essential Japanese metal that you need to own"
"...captivating vocal hooks and vein-shredding riffs"
"You just need to hear this excellence... this might be one of my favorite albums"
"One of the leading visual rock bands from Japan"
"The visual kei veterans never dissappoint!"