9mm Parabellum Bullet ( ============================== Ū レ ッ ト , Kyūmiri Baretto Paraberamu < span class = "t_nihongo_icon" style = "color: # 00e; font: bold 80% sans-serif; text-decoration: none; padding: 0 .1em;" >> ) is a Japanese rock band from Yokohama.
The band signed to the under_bar label, a branch of Reverb Records, and released two mini-albums, Gjallarhorn in 2005, and Phantomime in 2006, and then performed on stage in Yokohama and Tokyo.
In 2007, the group signed at EMI Music Japan and published the EP The World e.p. which includes freshly re-recorded versions of Gjallarhorn's songs and two new songs, as well as the EP Discommunication e.p., which includes the song Discommunication and a live recording of 35 minutes >>>. In late 2007, they released their first album, Termination, after which they began their first tour.
In the summer of 2008, the group released the double-sided single-A Supernova / Wanderland, which also includes piano instrumentals of both songs, and a third song called Wildpitch. 9mm Parabellum Bullet is invited to perform at the Nano-Mugen Festival, organized by Asian Kung-Fu Generation this year at the Yokohama Arena, a festival best known for its new talents and foreign bands. They take over Motorbreath for the tribute album to Metallica, Metal-ikka>.
In October, the band releases its second studio album, Vampire, and follows with a tour Vampire Empire Tour 08/09. In April 2009, the group released its first live DVD, Act I, which included four concerts at different points in their careers.