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BAND-MAID® to Appear at MCM London Comic Con on 27-29 May 2016!

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BAND-MAID® to Appear at MCM London Comic Con on 27-29 May 2016!

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BAND-MAID®, one of Japan’s hottest up-and-coming all-girl rock acts, will make their European debut with an appearance at MCM London Comic Con on 27-29 May 2016.

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The five members have been turning heads across the globe with their cute, authentic maid aesthetics combined with powerful, skilled musicianship.

BAND-MAID®’s music videos “Thrill” and “Real Existence” went viral soon after release and have achieved over three million views on YouTube, gaining recognition from western media such as Guitar World, Team Rock and many more. Formed in 2013, the band’s concept is based on founder Miku’s experiences in Akihabara’s maid cafes, an area of Tokyo famous for otaku culture, combined with a passion for rock music.

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BAND-MAID® will attend all three days of MCM London Comic Con, taking place at ExCeL Centre, where they will perform live, participate in Q&A sessions and sign autographs with fans.

BAND-MAID® are:
Guitar & Vocals: Miku
Vocals: Saiki
Guitar: Kanami
Drums: Akane
Bass: Misa

Official website : http://bandmaid.tokyo/
Official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/bandmaid

About MCM Comic Con
With over 130,000 visitors attending MCM London Comic Con in October 2015, this places MCM as the largest Modern Pop Culture event in Europe and the third largest in the world, just behind San Diego Comic Con and New York Comic Con.

With an attendance of over 420,000 visitors across all events in 2015, MCM Comic Con events are the UK & Europe’s largest and most exciting pop culture shows, and the only UK based shows that bring together such a broad scope of popular culture categories including; Movies, Gaming, Comics, Anime, Television Shows, Gadgets, Music, Clothing and Toys.

http://www.mcmcomiccon.com/london

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Ayaya

Been working in girls’ fashion magazines for a long time and am now the chief editor of Tokyo Girls’ Update. I have more expertise in Japanese teen fashion than anyone else (probably)! I’m a huge fan of the Revolutionary Girl Utena and Bakemonogatari animes.

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