October 2013 - JulenPhoto - Archive
Japanese metal-core band CROSSFAITH, closed the Red Line Tour 2013 10Days at Ebisu Liquidroom with a great show. After their powerful performance at Loud Park 2013 they gave it all again one day later at the Liquidroom. Here are the links to the photo report of the show I did for Smashing Mag, and to Read more ..
Japanese melodic hardcore band LOST opened the last day of the Red Line Tour 2013 10Days, that also lined-up the performances of WAGDUG FUTURISTIC UNITY and CROSSFAITH. This 5-piece band from Kobe gave it all on stage and the crowd at the Liquidroom responded accordingly with great energy, dancing and chanting all their songs. Here Read more ..
Japanese metal-core band CROSSFAITH played in the early hours of Loud Park ’13 Festival in Saitama Super Arena, near Tokyo, Japan. The 5-piece band from Osaka played a short, but powerful set that open the appetite of the crowd to the other bands of the festival, as well as next day’s show of CROSSFAITH at Read more ..
British ska band The Trojans were back in Japan for a new tour around the country that included a stop at Asagiri Jam 2013. Their tour ended with style and a huge party at Shibuya Club Quattro. Here are the links to the photo report of the show I did for Smashing Mag, and to Read more ..
Skindred, the ragga metal band from Wales formed at the end of the 1990s, headlined the first day of the Red Line Tour 2013. Following the opening act by Japanese reggae-punk band SiM, the 5-piece band from Newport provided their Tokyo fans with a good dose of their unique style that fuses metal, rock punk Read more ..
SiM, one of the most popular reggae-punk bands in Japan, opened the 10days Red Line Tour 2013 with another of their powerful performances. Opening for Welsh ragga-metal band Skindred, the members of SiM took the stage at exactly 7pm and played songs from many of their releases, including their latest full-length album Pandora, released at Read more ..
Irish rock ‘n’ roll quartet The Strypes played a high-energy show at the Shibuya O-East on October 10. Even though the repertoire was fairly similar to the first two Tokyo concerts, the Shibuya show felt very different. Much more energetic and with a younger crowd, today both band and audience seemed absolutely devoted to each Read more ..
Irish rock ‘n’ roll band The Strypes started in Tokyo their Japan Tour 2013 with an exhilarating performance at the Liquidroom of Ebisu. Playing many of the songs from their two releases, the EP “Blue Collar Jane” and their first full length album “Snapshot”, including some favorites of the audience such as “You Can’t Judge Read more ..