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Album Review

Babymetal's unlikely fusion of J-Pop and heavy metal showed no signs of slowing down in 2016. After the release of their second album, Metal Resistance, the trio of vocalists, Su-Metal, Yuimetal and Moametal, and their backing band hit concert stages around the world, converting non-believers and thrilling those who had already jumped aboard. Their biggest show took place at the SSE Arena in Wembley Arena in front of 12,000 screaming fans. The band ran through songs from the two albums at a fever pitch and it was captured on video as well as recorded and released under the title Live at Wembley. The resulting document likely worked better with the visuals, since the live versions of the group's songs are very faithful to the album versions. The guitars are a touch more brutal and the overall sound is rougher, but the vocals come through loud and clear. While it's not as much fun as the albums, especially the first one, Live at Wembley is a worthwhile listen for anyone who can't get enough of Babymetal's ridiculous sound, boundless energy, and catchy songs.

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Formed: 2010 in Tokyo, Japan

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '10s

An unlikely but fascinating collision of kawaii J-pop and heavy metal, Tokyo's BABYMETAL features SU-METAL (Suzuka Nakamoto), MOAMETAL (Moa Kikuchi), and YUIMETAL (Yui Mizuno). The trio began as a subgroup of Sakura Gakuin, a more traditional-sounding J-pop act whose members leave the group once they graduate from junior high school. Taking their name from producer Kobametal's concept that BABYMETAL marked the birth of a new genre, the group arrived in 2011 with the song "Doki Doki Morning," which...
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