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The Japanese group BABYMETAL are premised upon the unlikeliest of contrasts: Vocalists SU-METAL, YUIMETAL, and MOAMETAL harmonize sweetly while bludgeoning riffs crash and explode, and they apply that approach to a wide range of subgenres on their second album. The majestically bouncy “YAVA!” races along on a ska-inflected beat, the jittery “Gj!” nods to nu-metal, and “No Rain, No Rainbow” is a straight-up power ballad, complete with guitar solo. On “Awadama Fever,” which combines grinding guitars and hyperactive drums with a triumphant chorus, BABYMETAL further compress the distance between metal and pop.

Customer Reviews

Mind blown

Omg this blew my mind I thought their firs album was great this new one is going to blow it out of the water


What magical realm of awesomeness did i stumble into.

I didnt know anything about babymetal until 2 weeks ago. I saw there video for karate and bought there album instantly. Now there album is mixed into a playlist containing Disturbed, Pantera, Slipnot, Dragonforce and other favorites. Funny thing is it feels like it belongs there. Cant wait to see them at Chicago Open Air.


More hardcore than there first


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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Metal Resistance, BABYMETAL
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock, Hard Rock
  • Released: Apr 01, 2016

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