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Pay money To my Pain

Background information
Also known as P.T.P
Origin Tokyo, Japan
Genres Alternative rock, alternative metal, metalcore, screamo
Years active 2005 - Present
Labels VAP
Associated acts Fake?, Oblivion Dust
Website http://www.paymoneytomypain.com/
Members
K
Pablo
Jin
Tsuyoshi
Zax

Pay money To my Pain (abbreviated as P.T.P) are a Japanese alternative rock/metal band. All of the band's lyrics are in English.[1]

Contents

History

After the disbandment of vocalist K's previous band Gundog, in 2005, he recruited four members and formed Pay money To my Pain. They began to produce songs by themselves before getting noticed quickly by the record label, VAP. From there, they released their first major single "Drop of ink" on December 6, 2006.[2]

Several months later, they ventured to California where they recorded their first album, Another day comes, which was released on the September 12, 2007. This album included "Home", the Buzzer Beater ending song, and "Another day comes," the ending song for Ultraseven X.[3]

In May 2008, the band announced on their official MySpace that a new EP was in the works. In June, the EP was finished as Writing in the diary and was released on July 30, 2008.[4]

The band's song, "Bury", from the album After You Wake Up, was featured as the opening theme to the anime One Outs. Another of their songs, "The Answer is Not in the TV", was featured in Konami's game Pro Evolution Soccer 2010.

Members

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Former members

  • JIN – guitar
    • JIN has produced groups such as "Rotten Graffiti" and "GReeeeN", the band of his brother, Hide.

Discography

Albums
  • Another day comes (September 12, 2007)
  • After you wake up (March 18, 2009)
Maxi singles
  • "Drop of INK" (December 6, 2006)
  • "Writing in the diary" (July 30, 2008)
Digital singles
  • "All Because of You" (August 27, 2008)
  • "Bury" (January 7, 2009) was also used as the opening for the anime One Outs

References

  1. ^ Interview @ JAME Retrieved Sep 13 2007
  2. ^ Jame Profile Retrieved Sep 13 2007
  3. ^ VAP info Retrieved Sep 13 2007
  4. ^ MySpace Profile

External links


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