Year : 2018 (Japan Edition)
Style : Melodic Power Metal , Female vocals
Country : Japan
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 137 mb
Meet one the most promising rising stars of Japan’s female metal scene, Lovebites. The band consist of, Asami (lead singer), Miho (the band leader and the bassist), Haruna (drummer), Midori (guitarist) and Mi-Ya (guitar and keyboards). The Lovebites sound owes a debt to the many great overseas heavy metal bands that have directly influenced their writing. Coupled with their own unique take on music, with each members eclectic background and experiences, everything has culminated into forging a truly formidable group.It all started with a break-up of a girl’s metal band. Miho, who played as a live member in several bands after the break up, decided to form a new band. She called up her old band mate and the ex-drummer of Destrose, Haruna, to put together a new metal band in 2015. Miho and Haruna already had a huge following within the girls’ metal scene do this news spread quickly and created great excitement among many fans.Miho and Haruna started their search for band members and fate led them to meet Asami, the lead singer of Lovebites. She was already an experienced singer, having been on the road with Japan’s top stars such as Vamps and Uverworld as their back-up vocalist. Also her wide vocal range and tremendous control, helped to determine the specific Lovebites sound – a deep heavy metal sonic structure with dynamic crystal clear vocals.In 2016, Midori, the former guitarist of Gekijo★METALicche, joined the band as a full member, as well as Mi-Ya, (ex-a Drop Of Joker and the guitarist of 21g) as a supporting member. Having the powerful twin guitars of these two distinguished and outstanding guitarists was the cherry on top, and so Lovebites was born.On November 18, 2016, Lovebites made their official live debut at “Women’s Power presents Girls Band Next Generation” at Tsutaya O-West in Shibuya, Tokyo, sharing the stage with Disqualia and Mai Yashima.Lovebites started working on their first EP at the end of 2016, joined by amazing an engineering team of Mikko Karmila and Mika Jussila from Finland who are known for their work with Nightwish, Children Of Bodom and Amorphis to name a few. The Lovebite EP was the culmination of those sessions, released in mid-2017. In August, Mi-ya became a full member of Lovebites and, as a full 5 member group, they released their first full album, Awakening From Abyss, in October 2017.
Lovebites are headed for the big leagues – and if this is the first time you’ve heard of them, keep that name in mind. You’ll be hearing it much more often in the future.Despite forming fairly recently, Lovebites have already managed to attract a passionate social media fanbase on the back of their debut album Awakening From Abyss. As an all-female Japanese metal act, Lovebites might seem like prime targets for Babymetal comparisons and backhanded sexist comments like “you play really well…for a girl”. But since Lovebites individually proved their instrumental chops through pre-band session work and other projects – and Babymetal are clearly a very different proposition, being a band of dancing vocalists backed up by a band of metalheads – gender-related considerations can be easily swept aside.If a group of guys could play this well, they wouldn’t hear comments like “yeah, you’ve got some chops…for a man”.They’ve also levelled up significantly on Battle Against Damnation. First track The Crusade pays its respects to Dragonforce, using finely-tuned guitar harmonies and plenty of sick pinch harmonics – and it is far more solid, aggressive, and generally heavy than Lovebites have been up to this point. Vocalist Asami even opens up some serious vibrato while belting out line after line, and when the guitar solo hits…well, fuck. Pretty much every trick in the book gets unleashed there, pushing the whole track over the top while demanding you return for a repeat performance.Moodier thrasher Break The Wall proves that Lovebites are no one-trick ponies, packed as it is with tight riffs and, yes, still more stunning shredding. One Metallica- and Queen-influenced bridge later, begging for the full S&M orchestra treatment, and Lovebites return to full-tilt thrash, charging to the end and pausing before Above The Black Sea begins.Time for yet another stylistic direction change, as Lovebites draw on the likes of Yngwie Malmsteen and symphonic metallers Nightwish. While most metal bands are happy to take one sound and milk it for all it’s worth, Lovebites consistently keep things fresh and engaging. Under The Red Sky throws everything that’s come before into a blender, then sticks the power on full. A true progressive voyage running close to six minutes, it’s an all-encompassing display of straight-up virtuosity.These four tracks are superior to entire swathes of metal albums from the present day and decades past. Leave any gender issues aside; Lovebites have rendered them irrelevant anyway. In metal, all that matters is whether or not you can get the job done – and this band absolutely can.Now, about that second album…
Miho - Bass
Haruna - Drums
Midori - Guitars
Mi-Ya - Guitars
Asami - Vocals
01. The Crusade
02. Break The Wall
03. Above The Black Sea
04. Under The Red Sky
+ Video "The Crusade" (Official Video)
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