Tsubasa Fly’s ‘END OF THE DAY’ Is Like the End of the World

In no way am I trying to underestimate Tsubafula‘s ability to get nasty with their sound, but I’ll admit that I never in my life thought I’d hear them drop some actual by-gods metalcore:

“END OF THE DAYS” is, I believe, the C-side (is that a thing?), the third track, on Tsubasa Fly’s fifth single, “Ray of Hope,” which is waaaay closer to what most people probably expect from them. I still kind of can’t believe that they busted that out; musically and visually, I was having flashbacks to Momoiro Clover Z and You’ll Melt More! at the beginning, or maybe something that doofuses believe that Babymetal does, and then it’s just violent verses and pretty clean choruses and hell, cool song!

The single goes on sale tomorrow, or right now in Japan, so you’ll be able to buy it! It would make these hard-working idols happy.

Tsubasa Fly’s Label Dropped a Ton of PVs Yesterday

I didn’t even notice until a late look-through of Twitter, but Tsubafula’s right now kicking off their one-man tour to promote the “Ray of Hope” single that seems a lot more like an EP but whatever. And with that, a whole bunch of goodies: Continue reading

Get Your Preview of Tsubasa Fly’s Next Single, Battle-ready Roster

The underappreciated Tsubasa Fly has been teasing “Ray of Hope” for a while, but now we have a little preview file:

I’m not going to lie to you; “Ray of Hope” is fine, but that B-side, “Gleaning” (shut up about the spelling), is a lot more than fine. And I’m beginning to notice a pattern with these things. Continue reading