LOUDNESS To Release 'Live In Tokyo' 2CD+DVD In May
March 29, 2019
Japanese metallers LOUDNESS will release a new 2CD+DVD, "Live In Tokyo", on May 17 via earMUSIC.
A performance video for the song "Soul On Fire", taken from "Live In Tokyo", can be seen below.
LOUDNESS has dominated the worldwide heavy metal scene ever since its birth in 1981 with classic albums like "Thunder In The East" (1985) and "Lightning Strikes" (1986). Their latest studio album, 2018's "Rise To Glory" was released worldwide through earMUSIC and was highly acclaimed both by the heavy metal maniacs and the critics.
In September of 2018, an event called "Metal Weekend" was held at the famous Zepp DiverCity Tokyo. LOUDNESS headlined the event for four nights in a row alongside guest bands such as RIOT V and ANTHEM, making every evening a huge success.
The documentation of these glorious nights will be released as physical and digital version via earMUSIC.
The set on CD 1 is based on the setlist from LOUDNESS's legendary North American tour from 1985, while CD 2's songs mainly base on songs from LOUDNESS's third album, "The Law Of Devil's Land", and fourth album, "Disillusion". The DVD includes many songs from their latest album, "Rise To Glory" along with all smash hit classics like "Crazy Doctor", "In The Mirror" and "Crazy Nights".
01. The Lines Are Down 02. Crazy Nights 03. Like Hell 04. Heavy Chains 05. Get Away 06. We Could Be Together 07. Loudness 08. In The Mirror 09. Crazy Doctor
01. In The Mirror 02. The Law Of Devil's Land 03. Black Wall 04. Sleepless Night 05. Speed 06. Crazy Doctor 07. Milky Way 08. Ares' Lament 09. Dream Fantasy 10. Esper
01. Soul On Fire 02. I'm Still Alive 03. Like Hell 04. Heavy Chains 05. The Sun Will Rise Again 06. Go For Broke 07. Ares' Lament / Until I See The Light 08. Kama Sutra (Instrumental) 09. Crazy Doctor 10. In The Mirror 11. S.D.I. 12. Loudness (with Masayuki Suzuki) 13. Crazy Nights (with RIOT V)
LOUDNESS has released more than two dozen studio albums. The band's lineup has changed multiple times since 1981, with the current incarnation consisting of three original members — lead singer Minoru Niihara, guitarist Akira Takasaki and bassist Masayoshi Yamashita — along with drummer Masayuki Suzuki, who joined the group in 2009.
Original LOUDNESS drummer Munetaka Higuchi died in 2008 after a year-long battle with liver cancer.
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