Sound Horizon

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Sound Horizon
Origin Japan Japan
Genres Rock
Art rock
Avant-garde
Rock opera
Neoclassical
Progressive metal
Progressive rock
Folk rock
Symphonic metal
Years active 2001–present
Labels Bellwood RECORDS
(2004-2006)
King Records
(2006-2011)
Pony Canyon
(October 1, 2011-present)
Associated acts Aramary, Jimang, FictionJunction, Yuki Kajiura, Haruka Shimotsuki, Minami Kuribayashi, Azumi Inoue, TM Network, Gerard, Rikki, Rika Fukami, Marty Friedman, Motoi Sakuraba, Siam Shade, Mikuni Shimokawa
Website soundhorizon.com
Members
Revo
Past members
See: Sound Horizon band members

Sound Horizon is a Japanese musical group. They released their first major album in 2004 with Elysion ~Rakuen e no Zensōkyoku~. This album started as the number 14 most popular in Japan. They call themselves a "fantasy band". The band members change according to the song. The composer, Revo is the only person who always participates in the band.