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(From Left - right; Takeru, Chiyu, Masato, Shinpei, Yuji)

Sug (typeset as SuG) is a Japanese rock band that formed in 2006. They are also part of the visual kei movement of Japan.

They hang with "HEAVY POSITIVE ROCK" as their theme, keep lyrics and songs in a positive way to the last stance, and express the hopes in the real world.

One of their goals is to work on an activity widely but not only in the category of visual Kei.

As of 2010, they have signed onto a major label, Pony Canyon, and joined the forefront of major bands on PS Company.

History:

Vocalist Takeru and guitarists Masato and Yuji had previously performed
in a band called Travel. After Travel disbanded, they joined with
AmeriA's bassist, Shouta, to form Sug in October 2006. The drummer
Mitsuru then joined in November of the same year.

Shouta left the band in February and was replaced by Chiyu on bass. Their first release was "7th Breeze" on the compilation album Cannonball Vol. 03. The band signed to the visual-kei label PS Company, and in August 2007, the band released their first single, "Scheat". Months after the release of their first single, Sug released their first EP entitled Love Scream Party. To promote their music outside of Japan, Sug performed at "J-Rock Invasion" in Germany alongside Kagrra, Kra, Alice Nine, and Screw—all of whom are also signed to CLJ Records, a German label.

Mitsuru left Sug after their live on May 9, 2009. It is supposed that
Mitsuru left citing creative differences to the remaining band members.
Their support drummer at the time, Shinpei, became a full-time member
of the band after Mitsuru's departure.
Current Members:
Takeru (lead v.o)

Yuji (Lead guitar)

Chiyu (Bass)

Masato (Guitarist)

Shinpei (Drums)
Former Members:
Shōta (bass)

Mitsuru (drums)
Albums and EPs



  • I Scream Party (19 December 2007)
  • N0iz Star (14 May 2008)
  • Punkitsch (3 September 2008)
  • Tokyo Muzical Hotel (9 March 2010)
  • Thrill Ride Pirates (9 March 2011)

Singles



  • Scheat (1 August 2007)
  • Yumegiwa Downer (2 September 2007)
  • Alterna. (5 September 2007)
  • Tricolour Color (3 December 2008)
  • 39GalaxyZ (15 April 2009)
  • Life 2Die (14 October 2009)
  • Butterfly Boy(3 September 2008)
  • Pink Masquerade (18 November 2009)
  • Gr8 Story (27 January 2010)
  • 小悪魔Sparkling (30 June 2010) (Koakuma Sparkling)
  • R.P.G.: Rockin' Playing Game (1 September 2010)
  • Crazy Bunny Coaster (12 January 2011)
  • Mad$hip (5 February 2011)
  • ☆ギミギミ☆ (15 June 2011) (Gimigimi)
  • Toy Soldier (26 October 2011)
  • 不完全 Beautyfool Days (1 February 2012) (Fukanzen Beautifool Days)

DVD singles



  • Mujouken Koufukuron (無条件幸福論) (17 November 2010)
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