Moi dix Mois
Moi dix Mois (モワディスモワ; pronounced "mwah dees mwah") is a musical project founded by Japanese musician and fashion designer Mana, founded in 2002 after his previous band, Malice Mizer, paused activities.
March 19, 2002, approximately three months after Malice Mizer announced their indefinite hiatus, Mana announced the formation of his solo project, Moi dix Mois. Their first single, "Dialogue Symphonie", was released October 19 of the same year.
Moi dix Mois played their first concerts outside Japan in March 2005 in Munich, Germany and Paris, France as part of their "Invite to Immorality Tour". After the tour's final show on April 24, 2005 in Tokyo, singer Juka left the band.
A new phase of the band began on March 1, 2006, when they released the album, Beyond the Gate. This featured a new vocalist named Seth. Before the album was released, Mana indicated that the sound would be the beginning of a renewed direction for the band, ...