Other than Babymetal’s Metal Resistance, I don’t know if I had more eagerly awaited an album in 2016. In absolute terms, “meteoric” isn’t a great way to describe Yukueshirezutsurezure’s rise, but in terms of awareness (at least among our kind) and rapidly defining a sound and attitude, they ran a marathon in a short while, only just failing keeping up with their equally compelling big sisters in Zenbu Kimi no Sei Da in total releases.
So yes, I anticipated that this was going to be a definitive album. I had such high expectations of it that, like a former jock parent who just can’t let go, I’m probably being a little bit unfair to the work, which should always be taken as it is rather than as I or anybody else want it to be. Nonetheless, I gotta be honest: I’ve struggled with this one. Continue reading
You-know-who has struck again, friends, and again we are the happy beneficiaries of his largesse. Tsurezure gave this interview to Natalie.mu, published last week on the occasion of the release of Post-Catastrophe, and the English translation is ours to enjoy.
Make sure to thank our benefactor, you guys. I have a review of the album coming, but that’s not going to be half as interesting as what we’re able to read thanks to the Anonymous One’s generosity. It all lives after the jump. Continue reading
What is it with sequences today? At any rate! Our anonymous benefactor has provided translation to the second part of the notes on Yukueshirezutsurezure’s Post-Catastrophe album, as shared by Codomomental’s management on their blog.
Speaking of, the lyrics for the title track have been added to that MV post!
Oh, and Part I is here
This is such good stuff, you guys. Continue reading
This is exhausting. You need it.
Why a Sunday?! But while your friendly neighborhood slept and then woke up to deal with another issue, Yukueshirezutsurezure was pre-releasing one track from the upcoming Post-Catastrophe and one that you’ll only be able to get if you buy at Tower Records.
Of course, they’re time-limited. Of course, we have our own ways around these problems. And when Maniac sleeps, it’s intrepid friends who make the save. Continue reading
Go have a listen. Then come back for the rest of the good stuff.
This is the title track off of their upcoming first album, due out on Dec. 7. It is a genre-spanning something, all right! I think Zenkimi’s Megumi had the right idea:
Anime theme! But of course there’d be at least one track on here that has the harsh edges sanded down and some popular elements (that denpa swerve out of nowhere, I felt a little “Neo Jealous” on that one”). So, you know, broaden that appeal. We may love them just the way they are, but tiny girls with blue-dyed hair screaming like demons, that’s still not quite to what you’d call “mainstream popularity” just yet.
Live-forever file on the other side of the jump, if you’re late to the two-hour window party.