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67 (Upper) Disbands
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 2:46pm in Disbandments, Lives, News

 67 (Upper) Disbands

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What a disappointment. It was only a few months ago that we announced 6→7’s (Upper) second mini-album, and yet it is already time to say farewell.

Unfortunately for fans, it was announced earlier this month that after their upcoming live on June 26th,   6→7 will be disbanding. The band, started in 2010 and had previously gone through a number of line-ups, will come to an end at Ikebukuro Cyber next month. No reason was given by the members in their official comment as to why the band would be disbanding, but the announcement is available below.

To all of 6→7’s continuous supporters,

Following our shows this June, 6→7 will end all band activities and disband.

We are deeply sorry for making this sudden announcement in this way.

There is only a very short amount of time left,
but we will perform as 6→7 at our best until the very end.

To all of our fans and staff,
please give us your understanding.

May 1st, 2014
6→7

Translation: Shattered-Tranquility’s Shannon

Fans only have three more chances to see 6→7 before their disbandment. Unfortunately, not much information is available about their last 2 lives, but Shattered-Tranquility will update this space when more information is available.

 

6/3 @ Ikebukuro Ruido K3
VIVALET Tokyo/Shizuoka/Nagoya/Osaka Sponsored Event
“~SINS OF RED~”
ACT: 6→7, VIVALET, La’veil MizeriA,VENOM, Lieselotte
Door: 16:30/17:00
Ticket: ¥3000/¥3500

6/10@ Ikebukuro Cyber

6/26 @ Ikebukuro Cyber

Source: OHP

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