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SiM - SEEDS OF HOPE [2011]

SiM - SEEDS OF HOPE [2011]

SiM is a Japanese reggae punk band that was formed in 2004. The band consists of four members: MAH (vocals), SHOW-HATE (guitars, keyboards), SIN (bass guitar), and GODRi (drums). SiM stands for Silence iz Mine, which is also the title of their debut album released in 2008.


Seeds of Hope is the second full-length album by SiM, released on October 12, 2011. The album features 14 tracks that showcase the band's diverse musical influences, ranging from alternative rock, punk, reggae, ska, post-hardcore, to metalcore. The album reached 55th place on the Oricon weekly chart and charted for 18 weeks.

The album's title track, "A Song of Hope", is a powerful anthem that expresses the band's message of hope and resistance against the social injustices and disasters that plagued Japan in 2011, such as the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, the Fukushima nuclear accident, and the political corruption. The song also features a guest appearance by Ken Yokoyama, a legendary Japanese punk rock musician and producer.

Another notable track from the album is "Murderer", which was released as a single in 2009. The song is a fierce criticism of the war and violence that are caused by greed and ignorance. The song also features a rap verse by RYUZO, a Japanese hip hop artist and member of the R-Rated Records label.

The album received positive reviews from critics and fans alike, who praised the band's musical creativity, energy, and social awareness. The album also established SiM as one of the leading bands in the Japanese reggae punk scene, along with bands such as RIZE, 10-FEET, and HEY-SMITH.

If you are interested in listening to SiM's music, you can find their albums on [Apple Music], [Discogs], or other streaming platforms. You can also follow them on their [official website], [Facebook], [Twitter], or [Instagram] for more updates and information.


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