RAZOR sharpened up their talents for mini-album PARASITE INVISIBLE released on April 28. This includes six tracks and a DVD with the music video for the sixth track Gareki.
This has led the band to reveal the debris-filled music video for Gareki that allows guitarist Kouryu to shine as his uninterrupted playstyle dominates the track. Vocalist Ryoga takes this motif and applies that to his singing, making the song unpredictable in nature but also refreshing.
What’s more, they all perform on a factory site as lights shine through its structure, giving a grandiose feel to the surrounding earthy colors. The transition between night and day also helps elevate the atmosphere of the song. This location also perfectly suits the song title Gareki as it translates to rubble or debris, which is what the band stands on.
Their outfits this time around seem to be constructed out of many different pieces of fabric to create stylish tracksuit-styled jackets, adding an extra layer of intrigue into its creation. They’ve also adopted a black and white color scheme visible in the music video but difficult to tell due to their greyscaled artist photos, washing out any hint of color.