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Yokohama, Tóquio, Japão (2001 – presente)

夢中夢 (Mutyumu, significa “um sonho dentro de um sonho”) é uma banda de Yokohama, Japão, formada em 2001, que se descreve a si própria como uma “banda clássica de/para funerais”. A sonoridade engloba um misto de estilos impossíveis de passar despercebidos no seu todo, levando assim as suas influências para tudo aquilo que precisam para ser eclécticos, plurais. Mesclam harmoniosamente , ópera, , , , ; desde o tom celestial até ao demoniaco.

Hatis Noit - voz

Ryota Yoda - guitarra
Junpei Suda - bateria
Yuko Ikenaga - teclado
Yuji Hayashi - baixo
Ryota Taniuchi - violino

2002 - 斜陽 (Demo)
2004 - 灰の日 (Demo)
2006 - 夢中夢 (Album)
2008 - イリヤ - il y a - (Album)


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  • Dudemanguy911

    Dear god, this is literally some of the best music I have ever heard in my life.

    5 Mar 17h47 Responder
  • deadgrandma

    vv I think its amazing tbh. Better than Magdala, almost on par with Ilya.

    3 Mar 3h03 Responder
  • ColdNRG

    Any updates on Mutyumu's latest album?

    18 Jan 2h43 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    I don't know what you all think of Hatis Noit's "Universal Quiet", but for me its quite boring and uninspiring. It's more or less an acapella-album with a lot of mixing and editing (with the inclusion of ambient pads etc. but no instruments whatsoever). I find parts of some songs remind me of Mutyumu's vocal approach, but it lacks the variety at its very least. Now, please Hatis, bring us more Mutyumu instead of (kinda) mediocre side-projects... :/

    7 Dez 2014 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    @Perfect-Skies: I don't mean following genres like some sort of law. As I said, I think it's good to have them as guidelines when searching for music. How else could you find specific music styles or the like if genres were only described simply as metal, rock, pop, jazz etc. ? And no, I don't think being a genre purist is good for ones well being either.

    2 Dez 2014 Responder
  • mutcyxude

    when I can download/buy (better download This band is fucking amazing.

    19 Nov 2014 Responder
  • MrAudico

    As much as i like this band, i don't see myself needing a new album. I rarely listen to what i have here, since it's just too relaxing to listen to all the time. Anyway, needing or not, if it comes out, i'll be sure to welcome it by listening a lot.

    13 Nov 2014 Responder
  • shane140

    vv I don't think so, she specifically said Mutyumu were recording demos last year, and that recording would start at the beginning of the year. While I really like Magdala and the solo album will probably be good, I'd rather have new Mutyumu.

    20 Out 2014 Responder
  • shane140

    Hatis is releasing a solo album next month.

    10 Out 2014 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    Btw, we really need merging the romaji artist-page with this one... I dunno why it takes so long time >_<

    4 Out 2014 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    @Perfect-Skies:The reason one maybe wants to find a genre close to their sound is it's easier to identify and find a common ground to talk around. You know what to expect (in some ways at least) if the band has some clear genres that it can be described as. And I think post-metal is the closest one as Mutyumu is like a mix of post-rock and metal. Then you can find experimental influences like black metal and ambient, but which are present at times and not always. But I agree with you that classifying the band as a single musical genre might isolate it from showing its unique aspects (which makes this band what it is).

    4 Out 2014 Responder
  • Divlyfein

    @aloeveradrink Wow that is incredible. So excited!

    19 Set 2014 Responder
  • Yogurtito

    All we can do is wait.

    29 Ago 2014 Responder
  • dawnclover

    "please for the love of any close to you, don't remove the "post-metal:ish" sound found on the older releases... because what I really fear is that we will have another Magdala-copy and that's NOT what I want this band to become :/" [2] My thoughts exactly. The post-metal mesh with all the other genres is what drives this band for me. The contrast between the beauty and the beast, the melody and the noise, the quiet and the chaos. I hope the new album will be in the vein of ilya, that album is still one of my favorites of all time.

    21 Ago 2014 Responder
  • ColdNRG

    *slow claps*

    13 Jul 2014 Responder
  • ksiazkowicz

    Does anyone have any news about them? I just discovered them and I think their awesome. There are no updates on their website since 2012.

    19 Jun 2014 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    ...which in turn is a "Aureole 2.0" (what I call Magdala)

    9 Abr 2014 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    I really hope, IF we'll have ANY release in the future from Mutyumu... please for the love of any close to you, don't remove the "post-metal:ish" sound found on the older releases... because what I really fear is that we will have another Magdala-copy and that's NOT what I want this band to become :/

    9 Abr 2014 Responder
  • Nucksen

    It's like being back in kindergarten [2]

    1 Abr 2014 Responder
  • Yogurtito

    Is like being back in kindergarten

    2 Mar 2014 Responder
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