The Japanese pop-metal group is giving everyone a get-well gift.
With everyone needing to stay home to flatten the curve, Japanese pop-metal band BABYMETAL is streaming its two-day concert on its official YouTube channel this weekend.
The concert originally took place on September 19-20, 2016 at Tokyo Dome, but the band is streaming it now as they are calling fans to “MOSH’SH at home!” and channel their metal spirit safely at home.
Thank you for coming to RED NIGHT!
See you at BLACK NIGHT tomorrow!https://t.co/otmrVKvJ3Y
RED NIGHT 👉 https://t.co/mriqjuky00
We are!! #BABYMETAL
#STAYHOME #STAYMETAL pic.twitter.com/syK8TQp16z
— BABYMETAL (@BABYMETAL_JAPAN) April 10, 2020
The two-day gig will come in the form of two streams; the first was held this morning, and the second will be held tomorrow, April 11, at 8 PM JST. The first showed BABYMETAL’s “Red Night” performance while the second stream will show “Black Night.” Though “Red Night” and “Black Night” were both performed at the 2016 Tokyo Dome, each performance had a different setlist.
BABYMETAL’s new DVD and Blu-ray, “Live At The Forum” will also be released on May 13. “Live At The Forum” was filmed at the pop-metal band’s October 2019 gig, their first-ever arena concert in the US, which took place at The Forum in Los Angeles.
In other news, the Japanese band’s third studio album, “Metal Galaxy” was released just last year and topped charts in the UK and Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart. The album includes five songs with guest appearances from worldwide musicians.