Ah, Fridays. For most people, it’s the best day of the week, as it’s end signals the beginning of the weekend. Mogra also starts its live stream on Fridays, and delicious Minecraft also gets updated on Fridays. In short, Fridays are wonderful.
It also means I have the best excuse to introduce otaku-related stuff that isn’t entirely related to anime.
Welcome to Surprise Fridays. Not entirely inspired/ripped off from Notch’s Secret Friday updates for Minecraft.
JAM PROJECT is coming to Singapore. I’m so hyped for it I can’t sit still.
It’s not the first time I’ve been to a live concert though (I did spring for the premium tickets last year to see Fukuyama Yoshiki live. It was the best time I ever had. Temporary loss of voice notwithstanding.), but it’s the first time I’ll be seeing JAM PROJECT live.
I’m so hyped for the concert I feel the need to introduce them (again, if I have to) to the wider reading audience. Hold on to what’s left of your seats, folks, the burning manly spirit of JAM PROJECT will make a man (or woman) out of you.
Shugoshin – The Guardian (Shin Mazinger Z Shougeki!!! 2nd OP)
JAM PROJECT is a… … … band, to use the term loosely. Short for Japanese Animationsong Makers Project, they are more well-known for making the king of music that puts hairs on a man’s chest, turn human testicles into adamantium monstrosities, making men swifter than a coursing river, more forceful than a raging typhoon, stronger than a raging wildfire and more mysterious than the dark side of the moon.
Originally founded by the great granddaddy of all songs manly and courageous, the man known as Ichiro Mizuki (last heard in: Shinkon Gattai Godannar), JAM PROJECT now carries the forever-burning torch of courage and manliness, rendering that essence into song. Or forcibly rewriting your entire being with their song.
Currently consisting of Hironobu Kageyama, Endoh Maasaki, Fukuyama Yoshiki, Hiroshi Kitani and Masami Okui (along with a few semi-regulars, Ichiro Mizuki notwithstanding), they are more than manly enough to make you listen to their song.
I’d love to talk more, but there’s a lot of information, and I need to stretch it out for 6 weeks until JAM PROJECT comes to Singapore in November.