The cover art, track list, and other details for Arui wa Anarchy have just been released. The track list is as follows:
01. DADA DISCO -G J T H B K H T D- (Imai/Imai)
02. Uchuu Circus (Space Circus) (Sakurai/Hoshino)
03. masQue (Sakurai/Imai)
04. Devil’N Angel (Imai/Imai)
05. Baudelaire de Nemurenai (Baudelaire Won't Let Me Sleep) (Imai/Imai)
06. Melancholia (Sakurai/Imai)
07. PHANTOM VOLTAIRE (Sakurai/Imai)
08. SURVIVAL DANCE (Sakurai/Hoshino)
09. Satan (Sakurai/Hoshino)
10. NOT FOUND (Imai/Imai)
11. Sekai wa Yami de Michiteiru (The World is Ripe With Darkness) (Imai/Imai)
12. ONCE UPON A TIME (Imai/Imai)
13. Mudai (Untitled) (Sakurai/Imai)
14. Keijijou Ryuusei -metaform- (Metaphysical Meteor) (Sakurai/Imai)
Though the imagery for Keijijou Ryuusei clearly owes a lot to Russian Constructivism and Soviet propaganda posters, this album cover takes a more surrealist bent, mixing the militant imagery of naval flags, loudspeakers, and rockets with mysterious Delvaux-esque mannequin figures and trains outside the doorway of what would appear to be a child's bedroom, complete with hanging paper stars, matyroshka dolls (there's your Soviet theme again) and toy airplanes. In the promo photo, the band members are standing in this room, holding the various toys, and the faceless figure in the doorway on the cover would appear to be dressed in the same clothes as Imai.
Russian Constructivism, as exemplified by the work of Aleksandr Rodchenko. (Look on Buck-Tick's website to see how they ripped off this poster)
...and here's the toy plane.
...and here are some of the visual effects from the "Keijiou Ryuusei" PV, viewable here.
Trains, perspective, architecture, and mysterious figures in the work of Paul Delvaux. Note the similar imagery, composition and color palette.