Masaki Murashita of Hemoptysis – Comments on His Native Japan, Concerning Current Crisis
As the country of Japan has suffered tremendously from the recent earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear reactor problems, we have all been watching in horror and feeling for the people of Japan. Some have been hit on a more personal level, Hemoptysis vocalist/guitarist Masaki Murashita is a native of Japan and has issued the following comment:
“I first want to thank our fans for the overwhelming support they have shown me in the last few days since my home country of Japan was hit by devastating earthquakes and a tsunami. I have been in contact with my family and friends in Japan and they are safe at the moment but not out of harm’s way. This is without a doubt one of the most difficult and tragic times for my country. The Japanese people are strong and resilient but any help you can spare for the people of Japan would be greatly appreciated. You can help by following this link” http://www.google.com/intl/en/crisisresponse/japanquake2011.html
Thank you. Masaki
On March 8th, 2011, Hemoptysis released “Misanthropic Slaughter” and signed an European record deal with Rock It Up/IceWarrior Records. The album is available on iTunes, Amazon and other online retailers digitally, physical copies are available worldwide via HEMOPTYSIS – Official Website and copies will hit store shelves throughout Europe via Rock It Up Records late next month.
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LONG LIVE HEMOPTYSIS.
LONG LIVE JAPAN AND IT’S GREAT PEOPLE.
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