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Eizo Sakamoto

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Name  Eizo Sakamoto
Role  Musician
Instruments  Vocals, guitar
Genres  Heavy metal
Website  www.eizosakamoto.net

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Born  February 23, 1964 (age 51) Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan (1964-02-23)
Labels  Sony Music Entertainment VAP Lantis Avex
Associated acts  Aisenshi, Animetal, Anthem, JAM Project
Music groups  Animetal (1996 – 2006), Anthem, JAM Project (2000 – 2003), Aisenshi
Albums  Shout Drunker, Jam First Process, Animetal Marathon, Decade of Bravehearts, Heavy Metal Anthem

Also known as  Sakamoto Eizo 坂本 英三
Occupation(s)  Musician, songwriter

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Eizo Sakamoto (坂本 英三, Sakamoto Eizō, also credited as さかもと えいぞう Sakamoto Eizō, born February 23, 1964) is a Japanese heavy metal musician who was born in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo Prefecture. He is most famous for being the lead vocalist of 1980s band Anthem. In the 1990s he started up the band Animetal which performed heavy metal covers of anime and tokusatsu opening and closing themes. He also was involved with the anison supergroup JAM Project before reuniting with Anthem. Sakamoto then began a new project called Eizo Japan which is similar to Animetal: more heavy metal covers of theme songs post-disbanding, along with original material.

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Albums

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  1. [2000] Metal Itchokusen (メタル一直線, Metaru Itchokusen)
  2. [2002] Shout Drunker
  3. [2003] Metal Handsome Man (メタルハンサムマン, Metaru Hansamu Man)
  4. [2006] Metal Handsome Man 4: Forever Young (メタルハンサムマン4 FOREVER YOUNG, Metaru Hansamu Man 4 FOREVER YOUNG)
  5. [2014.03.08] Heavenly Days

Eizo Japan

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  1. [2008.08.26] Eizo Japan 1
  2. [2009.12.02] Eizo Japan 2
  3. [2010.08.25] Eizo Japan 3
  4. [2010.10.23] Super Animesong: Legend of 1990s (スーパーアニソン レジェンド オブ’90, Sūpā Anison Rejendo Obu '90)

Singles

  1. Raibu Gōgō (雷武轟々)
  2. For Kamen Rider Hibiki

Miscellaneous

  1. [1998] Another Face
  2. Collaboration with Bunkyo Gakudan
  3. [2010] CRYING STARS - ~STAND PROUD!~
  4. Guest vocals on two songs of the Syu's cover album

References

Eizo Sakamoto Wikipedia


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