Yomi - vocals
Sakito - guitar
Hitsugi - guitar
Ni~ya - bass
Ruka - drums
Have you taught music?
What happened to Zennin (former drummer)?
[This question really shouldn't have been allowed. It's kinda disrespectful, so make sure you never ask about former members.]
Who takes the longest to get ready?
Hitsugi: (in English) It's me!
Do you like fishing?
Ni~ya: I love it
What's your favorite thing about being in a band?
Yomi: They are my partners.
What's your favorite food?
Someone asked Yomi about his swan underwear. I didn't quite get what the question was about, but it took some time for him to remember what the fan was talking about.
Ni: Yomi is a very crazy boy.
What's the difference between performing for the first time and now?
Ruka: It was a long time ago, but we're less nervous now.
What's your favorite thing about America?
Sa: I love America and I wish I could live here.
Fan: (interjects) You can become a citizen by marriage!
Sa: I'll look around.
Do you have any pets?
Hi: I have 2 dogs.
To Sakito: How was it working on the Dead End Tribute Album?
Sa: Really fun!
What kind of hobbies do you have?
Sa: Video games
Yo: Gundam models
What do you expect at tomorrow's show?
Yo: We have a lot in store for you, guys!
If you weren't in a band, what kind of job would you like to have?
Ru: I wouldn't work.
To Hitsugi, How did it feel recording "D.O.D" for the hide Tribute Album?
Hi: I was nervous, because hide was inspiration for me getting into music, but I felt very honored.
Where do you get your inspiration?
Sa: In the shower or bathroom
What's the difference between American bands and Japanese bands?
Yo: American bands are very honest with their emotions and love.
How did you do the opening and ending song for Death Note?
Ru: We talked to the produce and then we just wrote it.
To Sakito, How did you feel doing your nude shoot for Shoxx?
Sa: Very excited.
Outside of music, what is your inspiration?
Ru: I usually get inspiration from what we do.
Who gets drunk the most?
Hi: (in English) It's me!
Are you planning on doing a U.S. tour?
Yo: Right now, we don't have any plans to, but we would like to do one.
To Hitsugi, How is different working in a band compared to working solo?
Hi: Nightmare is family and being solo is like playing with friends.