MeteoroiD Release Overseas Debut Documentary Film, English Website, and More!

On July 14th, the weekend of the anime convention Tokyo in Tulsa, MeteoroiD held their debut overseas performance. During the three-day convention, the band recorded material for a short documentary that they had recently released on YouTube! It features footage from the concert as well as their other excursions in Tulsa.

The video can be watched at the following link:

In addition, MeteoroiD also revealed the newly added English page on their website! The homepage includes information on the members, discography, and a personal message from vocalist Genki to all of their fans outside of Japan. You can check it out here:

On top of the English-website, overseas fans will be able to pre-order MeteoroiD's latest single “Natsu no 83 Sankakukei” on Chaotic Harmony Imports! Initially, Natsu no 83 Sankakukei was live-limited and webstore-only as of its release on August 3rd, but the band made it available for their fans worldwide for a limited time only. Only 50 singles will be sold, so order yours while supplies last!

1. Sekai wa Watashi wo Kiratteru
2. Menhera Rondo
3. Yomi no Kaze

“Natsu no 83 Sankakukei” will be available for pre-order on Chaotic Harmony Imports for $12 + shipping from August 3 – 13, 2016. Each pre-order will include a bonus overseas limited post card, signed by each member and personalized with the customer’s name.

Once this single sells out in Japan, they won’t be making any more copies.

“Natsu no 83 Sankakukei” can be previewed on YouTube via the following link:

While the item page will not go live until pre-orders are opened on August 3, Chaotic Harmony Import’s homepage can be found on the following link:

About MeteoroiD: MeteoroiD was formed originally in 2013 under the name MeteoroiD and consisted of vocalist Genki, guitarists Yutori and Machi, bassist raL, and drummer Tomoya. However, in September of 2014 guitarist Yutori left the band. Following Yutori’s departure, MeteoroiD officially became MeteoroiD and embraced not only a significantly darker image but took on a heavier sound as well. In November of 2014, MeteoroiD welcomed their newest member and guitarist Mikado to the band. Completely reborn as “MeteoroiD,” they released their first single “Sokubaku” in January of 2015. Having made their overseas and North American debut at Tokyo in Tulsa in 2016, MeteoroiD now look to expand their overseas activities further.

For more information on MeteoroiD, see their official website and social media:

Twitter: @meteoroid_staff
YouTube Channel

Source: Marinovich PR via Email
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