Japanese heavy metal legends SEIKIMA-II have just released the sequel to last year's "Akuma Nativity - Songs of the Sword" album, called "Akuma Relativity". Like "Akuma Nativity", "Akuma Relativity" includes some of the band's older hits re-recorded in English.
The iTunes version of "Akuma Relativity" includes seven of SEIKIMA-II's classic hits re-recorded in full English, while the Japanese CD version (to be released on July 28), will also include four brand new songs.
The track listing is as follows:
01. Go Ahead!
03. 1999 Secret Object
04. Stainless Night
05. Jack The Ripper
06. Revolution Has Come
07. Overture~Bad Again "Time To Be a Man of the Wild"
The iTunes version has been released in 19 countries: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Britain, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.
A U.S./Canadian release will follow at a later date.
SEIKIMA-II recently played in Dallas, Texas as part of this year's A-Kon, the oldest continually running, anime-based convention in North America. It was the first time the band performed in the U.S. since 1991. They will also play in Paris, at the Japan Expo, on July 4.
For more information, visit www.seikima-ii.com.
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