They’re back!!! After joining us back in 2012 with the promise to return, DaizyStripper has just announced their return to Canada! This time they will be performing at Anime North, Canada’s premier fan-run anime convention in association with J-rock North Promotions and Beyond Max Inc.
If you are not familiar with them, check out their bio below. But I guarantee you, whether you know them or not, you won’t want to miss their show. Get your pass now! Concert is FREE for all convention attendees!
Anime North 2014 
Date: May 23rd – 25th, 2014 
Concert Date: Saturday May 24th, 2014
Location: Toronto Congress Centre – Hall C
Doors open 6:30 PM | Concert Starts 7:00 PM | Second act 8:30 PM

With the founding of the band in March 2007 and a demonstration in live performance on June 5th of the same year, DaisyStripper began their band activities. Later, on June 18th their first event called “Sakuran Strip” under their own patronage took place on August 23rd, accompanied by the release of their first demo CD, which the sales were limited to the number of visitors that day.
On February 13th of 2009 their first Single+DVD「Dandelion」was released, however, limited to four Like an Edison stores it was soon sold out. The second press of the CD was sold equally as well and was DaizyStripper’s first record to reach the TOP of the ORICON indies charts.
One year from their founding, their name echoed through all of Japan as they took the chance to perform at AJINOMOTO Stadium for hide’s memorial event [hide memorial summit]. Although only playing three songs, they certainly reached the hearts of the well 30,000+ people who attended the event. By both Japanese and Overseas Fans they have been well recognized and praised.
In June of the same year, DaisyStripper gave their first one man show at shibuya BOXX, also conducted as their 1st Anniversary event! More than 40 journalists showed their interest in this live! Even among people outside the Visual-kei scene it became highly popular!
Also, on June 11th their 2CD-BOX-Set (2nd、3rd Single) [CROSS] had been released, still limited to a hand full Visual-kei oriented shops. Nonetheless, this release too, made it into the ORICON indies charts and ranked 2nd all over.
During the summer of that year DaizyStripper also made their first appearance overseas at OTAKON in Baltimore, USA.
With their one-man tour, they could put another big success to their record, just like the following release of their 4th single [TRUTH] on October 15th – it ranked No.1 within the ORICON indies charts once again. Due to popular demand, a second press of [CROSS] and the song [TRUTH] were released for sale nationwide on December 10th.
With the success of their one-man show in Shibuya O-WEST in March 2009, the release of their 5th single [Dearest] and its ranking within the TOP 3 of the ORICON indies charts was well expected. From July DaisyStripper went out to play a nationwide tour, which SOLD OUT completely for all eight locations! At their TOUR FINAL which was held at Ebisu Liquid Room. Their first Mini Album was sure to follow on November 4th being titled [THE BEAUTY]. All six songs on the album certainly proved to be of high quality and originality, which was certainly pursued by the band, with their hard work being rewarded with ranking 2nd within the ORICON indies charts.
On December 13th in 2009, the band had been standing on the one stage of AKASAKA BLITZ which was filled with 1200 ticket-holders.
On March 2010, their 6th single “Harumeku Bokura” was released, and the band had their second one-man tour with 10 shows in ten cities. Also their first hall show at Kudan Kaikan was finally made. On the same year, they released two albums at the same time.
In 2011, the band had the show overseas for the first time, where was in Taiwan and the fans were overwhelmed. Their 9th single, “Setsubou no Freesia” became an ending theme for “YU-GI-OH
DaizyStripper appeared for the first time in Canada at Animethon 19 in association with J-rock North Promotions and Beyond Max Inc. They are back again in Canada for Anime North 2014.