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BRIDEAR Release New Track ‘Brave New World Revisited’

BRIDEAR Release New Track ‘Brave New World Revisited’

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Japanese metal band BRIDEAR has released their new track “Brave New World Revisited” along with an accompanying music video. The release of the song celebrates and commemorates the band’s return to international touring in September and October for their “Into The Dark Forever” UK and European tour, making them the first Japanese band to perform overseas post-pandemic.

“Brave New World Revisited” is an 8-minute-long showcase displaying the metallic sonic assault and stunning technical prowess that the band is capable of. The longest composition in their catalog, the track is brimming with all the characteristics that made their debut international release Bloody Bride alluring.
 
Speaking about the single, bassist Haru shared, “We wanted to make a new song and make the tour a success as the first Japanese band to go on a European tour after the Corona crisis. The composition is the most challenging we have done, and the longest song in our history, but it’s fun to listen to all of the detail and the lyrics convey our feelings during this time.”
 
Lead vocalist Kimi added, “Entertainment as a whole is being denounced, but the theme of this song is to raise our voices as one and re-enter a brave new world. We will continue to go forward! Please come to see us and support us as we come back overseas and revisit this brave new world!”
 
The “Into The Dark Forever” tour sees the band travel across Europe before heading to the UK for four dates, with the band making their live debuts in Sweden and Scotland. The tour will also serve as the band’s first overseas opportunity to perform material from their debut international album Bloody Bride.

INTO THE DARK FOREVER’ 2021 TOUR DATES
Sept 28 – Nalen, Stockholm (SWE)
Sept 30 – SO36, Berlin (DEU)
Oct 1 – Melkweg, Amsterdam (NLD)
Oct 2 – Botanique, Brussels (BEL)
Oct 3 – Boule Noir, Paris (FRA)
Oct 6 – Underworld, London (UK)
Oct 7 – Castle & Falcon, Birmingham (UK)
Oct 9 – Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Glasgow (UK)
Oct 10 – Night & Day Café, Manchester (UK)

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