Style: Pop |
Album: Romance |
Released: 2019 |
Style: Pop |
F&Q: #MP3 320Kbps |
Size: 106 Mb |
Price At Amazon: $10.99 |
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Before there was kawaii metal there was just kawaii, a strand of distinctly Japanese popular culture that revels in all things cute and lovable, and is perhaps best exemplified by the eternally popular Hello Kitty franchise.
Babymetal: Metal Galaxy album art work
Absolutely nobody thought what it might sound like if Kitty White fronted Slayer. Or so it seemed. Because then came Babymetal, a group that fuses kawaii with heavy metal orchestration, as well as elements of J-pop, video-game music innovators such as Yuzo Koshiro, and the metalcore ragings of Ronnie Radke. Operating in a sub-genre so high-concept, it would be easy to dismiss Babymetal as a gimmick, depending on how receptive your ears are to their musical mashup. But the band’s third record, Metal Galaxy, is an opus of the form. Call it the kawaii metal My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
Third Degree is the third studio album by the American supergroup Flying Colors, released on October 4, 2019 via Mascot Label Group.The album will be released on digital platforms and also on CD digipack, a limited edition double-LP, a 180g blue or black vinyl and a limited edition box set with bonus concent such as a 40 page photobook, two coasters and a bonus disc with six bonus songs.
Veteran rockers Cursive have announced a new album called Get Fixed — and it’s coming next week. Set to drop on October 11th via the band’s own 15 Passenger label, their eighth LP overall comes just a year after their last full-length, Vitriola.
In fact, some of the songs on Get Fixed were born out of the Vitriola sessions. Since forming in 1995, the Nebraska rock outfit has found frontman Tim Kasher performing with a rotating cast of bandmates. When he reunited with the project’s founding drummer, Clint Schnase, it sparked a bout of creativity that led to last year’s effort and a number of unused songs. The surplus tracks were saved for Get Fixed, with touring drummer Pat Oakes stepping in to record two additional cuts — “Stranded Satellite” and “Black Hole Town” — to fill out the album.