Listening through the album digest reveals a rather unique sound that combines funky metal and metalcore, along with playful melodies. The two songs already released through YouTube are most likely well representative of the sound you should expect. We find their style quite interesting, and we’re excited to have a listen!
There is however a major monolith standing in the way for international fans, if you want to get it on the release day, and even Japanese fans for the matter of fact. To get a hold of this album you will need to visit “North A-67a” at Comiket 89, a market place for self-produced work, located in Ariake, Tokyo. Even if you live in Tokyo, it might an unpleasant experience to visit a fully crowded doujin fair, with expected 550,000-600,000 visitors during the three dates, December 29, 30, and 31. Well, at least the entry is free.
Mail order shipping will begin starting January 6, though, there are no specific details regarding overseas customers (yet).