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12:28 am - 03/27/2012

Jrock Revolution's website title replaced with "Times are Tough for Poor Little Jrockrevolution"

I'm not sure where to post this, but I figured it's at least somewhat relevant to news. Mods, lemme know if you want to delete it.

Something is going on at, the website that evolved out of the 2007 Jrock Revolution Festival. Someone, probably the web administrator, removed all the content and replaced it with an image of a typhoon out of Hong Kong. The website is now titled "Times are Tough for Poor Little Jrockrevolution". They are still updating on Facebook and Twitter, and there has been no note about what's going on with the website. The forum closed months ago. It seems after floundering for years, JRR is finally on its way out.

Disclaimer: I used to work for JRR eons ago, but I don't know anything about this.
miko_nyappy 27th-Mar-2012 10:19 am (UTC)
this is kinda funny, I've heard so many bad stories about working for JRR
lovelycandygirl 27th-Mar-2012 12:25 pm (UTC)
xxxratedcunt 27th-Mar-2012 04:57 pm (UTC)
I thought the site was mainly opened to promote the concerts on 2007 and maybe make those events hit more places (I went to the L.A concert and it was awesome...ahh, good times).

After then, I barely checked the site, because they never did something for another event like that, just promote the few concerts related and the anime conventions with artists alike.
fynoda 27th-Mar-2012 06:29 pm (UTC)
It was mainly opened to promote the 2007 Festival (and further concerts), you are not incorrect about that. It changed focus over the years to more of an e-zine type format.
j_o_n_n_o 27th-Mar-2012 07:49 pm (UTC)
lol irl, impressed that mess lasted that long. All the jrock fansites/forums/blogs are dying (u next tainted flop tbh)
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