It’s the DIAURA you know and love, it’s just another side of them that happens to have the same name. (What?)
Put simply, DIAURA is trying out something a little different. ディオーラ (which is DIAURA, just written phonetically in Japanese) is based on the concept of “Neo darkness.” They’re releasing their first single “Unmei Kaika” (運命開花) on July 18. CDJapan pre-order links are TBA.
DIAURA “Unmei Kaika” – 1,620 yen
1. Unmei Kaika (運命開花)
2. Sougoku (葬獄)
3. Nemesis (ネメシス)
We can’t say for sure what kind of sound or look they’ll have right now, but we’ll keep an eye out for previews.
Member and part names also remain the same, but the way member names are written out in Japanese is different. For any kanji buffs out there: here’s what’s different. yo-ka is 妖華, Kei is 禊-Kei-, Shoya is 処飢夜, and Tatsuya is 龍耶-tatsuya-.
This different DIAURA will perform at shows on the Ains vs. GOEMON RECORDS tour starting in July, as well as hold in-store events for their single. Check out their official homepage (linked below) for details.