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MALICE MIZER
Type
band
Status
paused
Active
1992~2001
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History

    1992

  • 1992-08-00

    MALICE MIZER is formed by ex-Matenrou (摩天楼) guitarists Mana and Kozi.

  • 1992-08-00

    Vo.Tetsu Gt.Mana Gt.Kozi Ba.Yu~ki Dr.Gaz

  • 1992-10-31

    MALICE MIZER hold their first live.

  • 1992-10-31

    Meguro ROCKMAYKAN

  • 1992-10-31

    1993

  • 1993-00-00

  • 1993-02-24

  • 1993-03-15

    Dr.Gaz departs.

  • 1993-03-17

    Dr.Kami joins.

  • 1993-03-17

    Vo.Tetsu Gt.Mana Gt.Kozi Ba.Yu~ki Support Dr.Kami

  • 1993-04-05

  • 1993-08-09

    Event tour ~Se・duc・tive TOUR~ begins.

  • 1993-08-21

    Event tour ~Se・duc・tive TOUR~ ends.

  • 1993-10-12

    First anniversary live held.

  • 1993-10-12

    Meguro ROCKMAYKAN

  • 1993-11-03

    MALICE MIZER hold their first sponsored event, "Dai Ichiya Higeki no Bansan Vol.1" (第一夜 悲劇の晩餐 Vol.1). Featured bands include PENICILLIN, Datenshi (堕天使), and La mise a mourle (ラ ミゼアモーレ).

  • 1993-11-03

    Shinjuku LOFT

  • 1993-12-12

    1994

  • 1994-01-22

    Second sponsored event, "Dai Niya Higeki no Bansan Vol.2" (第二夜 悲劇の晩餐 Vol.2). Featured bands are Siam Shade and BAISER.

  • 1994-01-22

    Shinjuku LOFT

  • 1994-06-04

    Third sponsored event, "第三夜 悲劇の晩餐 Vol.3" is held at Shinjuku LOFT (新宿LOFT). Featured bands include VICE RISK (ヴァイス リスク) and BLANCHE (ブランシュ).

  • 1994-07-24

  • 1994-07-24

    Mana establishes his label, Midi:Nette as the band releases their first album, "memoire". The 3,000 copies pressed were sold out by pre-orders.

  • 1994-07-30

    Shinjuku LOFT

  • 1994-07-30

    "memoire" release oneman live "Saigo no bansan" (最後の晩餐) live (Sold Out).

  • 1994-08-03

    Tour "Cher de memoire Tour 1994" starts.

  • 1994-09-23

    "Cher de memoire Tour 1994" tour final (oneman live).

  • 1994-10-23

    2nd anniversary oneman live (sold out)

  • 1994-11-17

    Fourth sponsored event, "Dai Yonya Higeki no Bansan Vol.4" (第四夜 悲劇の晩餐 Vol.4) is held.

  • 1994-11-17

    Shinjuku LOFT

  • 1994-12-05

    First oneman live tour "Cher de memoire II" starts.

  • 1994-12-05

    Nagoya MUSIC FARM

  • 1994-12-24

  • 1994-12-27

    First oneman live tour "Cher de memoire II" oneman final (sold out)

  • 1994-12-27

    Vo.Tetsu departs.

  • 1994-12-27

    Meguro ROCKMAYKAN

    1995

  • 1995-09-22

    Fifth sponsored event, "Dai Goya Higeki no Bansan Vol.5" (第五夜 悲劇の晩餐 Vol.5) is held.

  • 1995-10-10

    Gackt first live "Karei naru Fukkatsugeki".

  • 1995-10-10

    Vo.Gackt Gt.Mana Gt.Kozi Ba.Yu~ki Dr.Kami

  • 1995-11-01

    Oneman live tour "Sans retour Voyage 1995" begins.

  • 1995-12-09

    Takadanobaba AREA

  • 1995-12-09

    First single release event.

  • 1995-12-10

    1996

  • 1996-00-00

  • 1996-06-09

  • 1996-06-23

    "Voyage" release live (sold out)

  • 1996-06-23

    Shibuya ON AIR WEST

  • 1996-06-30

    Fanclub event "C.E.D.P"

  • 1996-07-20

    Oneman live tour "Sans retour Voyage deux 1996" begins.

  • 1996-07-20

    Nagoya HeartLand STUDIO

  • 1996-08-28

    Oneman live tour "Sans retour Voyage deux 1996" ends.

  • 1996-10-10

  • 1996-11-08

    Session event "Kigeki no Bansan Vol.1" (喜劇の晩餐 Vol.1) (sold out)

  • 1996-11-09

    Fanclub only event

  • 1996-11-09

    Ikebukuro CYBER

  • 1996-11-17

    Performance at the student festival at the Mejiro University Junior College (sold out)

  • 1996-12-27

    Fanclub only event

  • 1996-12-27

    Shibuya ON AIR WEST

    1997

  • 1997-01-10

    Sold out oneman live "~Sans retour Voyage “derniere”~"

  • 1997-01-10

    Tokyo Nippon Seinenkan

  • 1997-03-24

    Oneman live "~Sans retour Voyage “derniere”~" additional performance (sold out)

  • 1997-03-24

    Fukuoka Mielparque Hall

  • 1997-04-01

    Oneman live "~Sans retour Voyage “derniere”~" additional performance (sold out)

  • 1997-04-01

    Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou

  • 1997-04-02

    Guerrilla event and major debut announcement

  • 1997-04-02

    Roppongi TATOO TOKYO

  • 1997-06-30

  • 1997-07-00

    MALICE MIZER signs with major label Nippon Columbia.

  • 1997-07-19

  • 1997-07-20

    Oneman live tour "STANDING TOUR '97 Pays de merveilles ~空白の瞬間の中で~" (all concerts sold out)

  • 1997-07-20

    Akasaka BLITZ

  • 1997-08-03

    Kobe CHICKEN GEORGE -

  • 1997-08-06

  • 1997-08-26

    Oneman live tour "STANDING TOUR '97 Pays de merveilles ~空白の瞬間の中で~" ends./

  • 1997-08-26

    Fukuoka LOGOS

  • 1997-10-10

    Oneman live "pays de merveilles Kuuhaku no toki no tobira " (空白の瞬間の扉)

  • 1997-10-10

    New lineup second anniversary oneman live "deuxieme anniversaire Karei naru Fukkatsugeki" (華麗なる復活劇)

  • 1997-10-12

    Regular radio show "MALICE MIZER no Mayonaka no s'il vous plaît" (MALICE MIZERの真夜中のシルヴプレ) starts on CBC Radio

  • 1997-12-03

  • 1997-12-22

    Sold out oneman live tour "Ville de merveilles Toumei no Rasen" (透明の螺旋) begins.

  • 1997-12-22

    Aichi Kinrou Kaikan

  • 1997-12-29

    Sold out oneman live tour "Ville de merveilles Toumei no Rasen" (透明の螺旋) ends.

    1998

  • 1998-02-11

  • 1998-03-18

  • 1998-03-24

    Secret live "Ningen to wa" wo kangaeru kai shoukougun ~Human Science High Society Syndrome~ (「人間とは」を考える会症候群~Human Science High Society Syndrome~)

  • 1998-04-01

    Oneman live merveilles ~Shuuen to kisuu~" (merveilles ~終焉と帰趨~). Tickets are sold out in two minutes.

  • 1998-04-06

    Regular radio show "MALICE MIZER no shisetsu hisho no chojutsu" (MALICE MIZERの私設秘書の著述) starts on bay-fm radio

  • 1998-05-20

  • 1998-05-23

    Fanclub only live

  • 1998-05-23

    Ichikawa Bunka Kaikan -

  • 1998-05-29

    Oneman live tour "merveilles ~Shuuen to kisuu~" (merveilles ~終焉と帰趨~). All concerts are sold out.

  • 1998-07-22

    Oneman live tour "merveilles ~Shuuen to kisuu~" (merveilles ~終焉と帰趨~) final.

  • 1998-07-22

    Yokohama ARENA

  • 1998-07-22

    Last oneman live with Gackt recorded for a VHS release.

  • 1998-07-30

  • 1998-09-30

  • 1998-10-28

  • 1998-11-27

    1999

  • 1999-01-19

    The band announced that Gackt departed.

  • 1999-01-19

    Gt.Mana Gt.Kozi Ba.Yu~ki Dr.Kami

  • 1999-02-24

  • 1999-04-03

    Fanclub event tour “Human Science High Society Syndrome -M.†.M- System File 002” start.

  • 1999-04-20

    Fanclub event tour “Human Science High Society Syndrome -M.†.M- System File 002” ends.

  • 1999-06-21

    Dr.Kami suddenly passes away from a brain hemorrhage. MALICE MIZER would later credit him as an "eternal blood relative", as he was never officially replaced.

  • 1999-06-21

    Gt.Mana Gt.Kozi Ba.Yu~ki

  • 1999-09-00

    MALICE MIZER returns back to the indies under a new label, Midi:Nette M.†.M (ミディネット エーム・クロワ・エーム).

  • 1999-11-03

  • 1999-11-03

  • 1999-12-21

    2000

  • 2000-02-01

  • 2000-05-31

  • 2000-05-31

  • 2000-07-26

  • 2000-08-31

    Oneman live "Bara ni irodorareta akui to higeki no makuake - Dai icihiya saikai no bara" (薔薇に彩られた悪意と悲劇の幕開け 第一夜 再会の薔薇)

  • 2000-08-31

    Vo.Klaha (ex-Pride of Mind) officially joins the band.

  • 2000-08-31

    Tokyo Nippon Budokan

  • 2000-08-31

    Vo.Klaha Gt.Mana Gt.Kozi Ba.Yu~ki Support Dr.Shue

  • 2000-09-01

    Oneman live "Bara ni irodorareta akui to higeki no makuake - Dai niya yakusoku no bara" (薔薇に彩られた悪意と悲劇の幕開け 第二夜 約束の薔薇)

  • 2000-09-01

    Tokyo Nippon Budokan

  • 2000-11-19

    Fanclub event "Societe de parente" ~Aratanaru ketsuzoku to no kyouen~ (~新たなる血族との饗宴~) System File 003

  • 2000-11-19

    Koutouku ZEPP TOKYO

    2018

  • 2018-09-08

    Held two day 25th anniversary memorial live (Mana, Kozi, and Yu~ki only)

  • 2018-09-08

    Toyosu PIT -

  • 2018-09-09

    Toyosu PIT -

Live history

  • 1992-10-31   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1992-11-16   Ichikawa CLUB GIO
  • 1992-11-24   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1992-12-30   Koenji LAZY WAYS
  • 1992-12-31   Takamatsu MONSTER
  • 1993-03-15   Kamishinjou Kamishinjou CHOCOLATE CITY
  • 1993-03-17   Takamatsu MONSTER
  • 1993-03-29   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1993-04-05   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1993-04-06   Nagoya Diamond Hall
  • 1993-05-03   Ichikawa CLUB GIO
  • 1993-05-22   Shinjuku Antiknock
  • 1993-07-18   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1993-07-26   Shibuya LAMAMA
  • 1993-08-09   Takamatsu MONSTER
  • 1993-08-11   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1993-08-13   Nagoya MUSIC FARM
  • 1993-08-17   Mito LIGHT HOUSE
  • 1993-08-19   Hamamatsucho JUNK BOX
  • 1993-08-21   Nagano LIVE HOUSE J
  • 1993-08-27   Kawasaki CLUB CITTA'
  • 1993-09-13   Ichikawa CLUB GIO
  • 1993-10-12   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1993-10-24   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1993-11-03   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1993-12-29   Kyoto MUSE HALL
  • 1994-01-22   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1994-02-11   Ichikawa CLUB GIO
  • 1994-04-01   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1994-05-01   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1994-06-04   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1994-07-30   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1994-08-03   Sapporo MESSE HALL
  • 1994-08-05   Sendai Kimachi
  • 1994-08-08   Nagoya MUSIC FARM
  • 1994-08-10   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1994-08-12   Okayama PEPPER LAND
  • 1994-08-13   Hiroshima JUNCTION
  • 1994-08-15   Oita T.O.P.S
  • 1994-08-17   Hakata Be-1
  • 1994-08-19   Kochi CARAVANSERAI
  • 1994-08-22   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1994-08-24   Nagano LIVE HOUSE J
  • 1994-08-26   Hamamatsucho JUNK BOX
  • 1994-08-28   Mito LIGHT HOUSE
  • 1994-08-30   Maebashi RATTAN
  • 1994-09-23   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1994-10-23   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1994-11-17   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1994-12-05   Nagoya MUSIC FARM
  • 1994-12-07   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1994-12-10   Okayama PEPPER LAND
  • 1994-12-12   Hakata Be-1
  • 1994-12-17   Sendai BIRDLAND
  • 1994-12-19   Nagano LIVE HOUSE J
  • 1994-12-21   Niigata O-DO "RISKY GAME"
  • 1994-12-27   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1995-09-22   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1995-10-10   Shibuya ON AIR WEST
  • 1995-11-01   Nagano LIVE HOUSE J
  • 1995-11-03   Niigata O-DO
  • 1995-11-06   Sendai Ichibanchou
  • 1995-11-12   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1995-11-14   Hakata Be-1
  • 1995-11-16   Hiroshima BAD LANDS
  • 1995-11-18   Matsuyama Salon Kitty
  • 1995-11-20   Kyoto KYOTO MUSE
  • 1995-11-22   Nagoya MUSIC FARM
  • 1995-12-09   Takadanobaba AREA
  • 1996-01-06   Shibuya ON AIR WEST
  • 1996-01-09   Nagoya HeartLand STUDIO
  • 1996-01-11   Namba W'OHOL
  • 1996-03-17   Nagoya Diamond Hall
  • 1996-03-24   Namba W'OHOL
  • 1996-03-31   Shibuya ON AIR WEST
  • 1996-05-03   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1996-05-04   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1996-05-05   Ikebukuro CYBER
  • 1996-06-16   Sendai SUPER RECORD
  • 1996-06-23   Shibuya ON AIR WEST
  • 1996-06-30   Koriyama Hipshot
  • 1996-07-20   Nagoya HeartLand STUDIO
  • 1996-07-22   Kyoto KYOTO MUSE
  • 1996-07-24   Hiroshima JUNCTION
  • 1996-07-26   Okayama PEPPER LAND
  • 1996-07-29   Kumamoto Django
  • 1996-07-31   Hakata Be-1
  • 1996-08-06   Namba W'OHOL
  • 1996-08-11   Kawasaki CLUB CITTA'
  • 1996-08-23   Nagano LIVE HOUSE J
  • 1996-08-25   Sendai MACANA
  • 1996-08-28   Niigata O-DO
  • 1996-10-13   Tokyo SHINSEIDO Asakusa
  • 1996-10-20   Kyoto Beaver Record
  • 1996-10-26   Sendai SUPER RECORD
  • 1996-10-27   Niigata RISKY DRUGSTORE
  • 1996-11-08   Shibuya ON AIR WEST
  • 1996-11-09   Ikebukuro CYBER
  • 1996-12-27   Shibuya ON AIR WEST
  • 1997-01-10   Tokyo Nippon Seinenkan
  • 1997-03-24   Fukuoka Mielparque Hall
  • 1997-04-01   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1997-04-02   Roppongi TATOO TOKYO
  • 1997-07-20   Akasaka BLITZ
  • 1997-07-21   Akasaka BLITZ
  • 1997-07-25   Sendai MACANA
  • 1997-07-26   Sendai MACANA
  • 1997-07-28   Sapporo PENNY LANE 24
  • 1997-07-30   Niigata PHAZE
  • 1997-08-01   Shibuya LAMAMA
  • 1997-08-19   Nagoya Diamond Hall
  • 1997-08-21   Kyoto KYOTO MUSE
  • 1997-08-22   Osaka IMP HALL
  • 1997-08-24   Hiroshima JUNCTION
  • 1997-08-26   Fukuoka LOGOS
  • 1997-10-10   Tokyo Yagai Ongakudou
  • 1997-10-11   Tokyo Yagai Ongakudou
  • 1997-12-22   Aichi Kinrou Kaikan
  • 1997-12-24   Osaka Kousei Nenkin Kaikan Big Hall
  • 1997-12-28   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1997-12-29   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1998-03-24   Shinjuku POWER STATION
  • 1998-05-29   Toyama Kyouiku Bunka Kaikan
  • 1998-06-01   Fukuoka shimin kaikan
  • 1998-06-03   Niigata TERRSA
  • 1998-06-14   Ibaraki Rikkenmin Bunka Center
  • 1998-06-18   Fukuoka shimin kaikan
  • 1998-06-20   Osaka Kousei Nenkin Kaikan Big Hall
  • 1998-06-21   Osaka Kousei Nenkin Kaikan Big Hall
  • 1998-06-23   Hiroshima Aster Plaza
  • 1998-06-25   Kobe Kokusai Kaikan Harbour Land Plaza
  • 1998-06-27   Fukuoka shimin kaikan
  • 1998-06-29   Ehime Kenmin Bunka Kaikan Sub Hall
  • 1998-07-22   Yokohama ARENA
  • 1999-04-03   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1999-04-04   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1999-04-06   Sendai Seinen Bunka Center
  • 1999-04-12   Fukuoka Momochi Palace
  • 1999-04-14   Hiroshima Aster Plaza
  • 1999-04-20   Niigata PHAZE
  • 2000-08-31   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2000-09-01   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2000-11-19   Koutouku ZEPP TOKYO
  • 2001-07-02   Shibuya AX
  • 2001-07-03   Shibuya AX
  • 2001-07-09   Akasaka BLITZ
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