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D.I.D. is Back in Business
Monday, March 31, 2014 at 10:34pm in Collaborations, Lives, New Releases, News, Revivals, Two-mans

D.I.D. is Back in Business

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After Satoshi left D.I.D. last year the band fell into an activity slump — until last night, when they held their first live in months. As to be expected with any return to the scene the live brought good news in the form of multiple announcements, showing that D.I.D. is back in action full-force.

In short, fans have a couple of lives to look forward to, which include the band’s first sponsored live. There will also be a new single on sale on which Pay money To my Pain’s own PABLO collaborated. The fun starts this summer, so prepare yourselves for an exciting music season!

Details for the new single, “Fatal Error Race,” are few for the time being, but we know that it will drop on June 25th, and PABLO will contribute to the songs’ musical arrangements (as opposed to performing on the tracks). At the time of this writing there are no listings for the CD on online shops.

What we do have more information about are two upcoming lives. In addition to the sponsored live in June, D.I.D. will play a two-man with Arlequin in July!

D.I.D.’s first sponsored live “Gott ist tot”
June 27 (Fri) @ Takadanobaba AREA

Open/Start: 5:30 PM / 6:00 PM
Advance/Door: ¥3500 / ¥4000
Acts: D.I.D., Sel’m, Arlqeuin, THE BLACK SWAN
Tickets on sale April 13 through e+
 
GOEMON RECORDS Presents “Arlequin x D.I.D.”
July 6 (Sun) @ Shibuya Chelsea HOtel

Open/Start: 6:00 PM / 6:30 PM
Advance/Door: ¥3300 / ¥3800
Acts: D.I.D., Arlequin
Tickets on sale May 1 through e+

 
We expect more lives and more information about the release to begin surfacing before long, so keep your eyes on these guys!

Source: OHP

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