Today we share with you our photos of the current tour of PAIN, from November 8 in Frankfurt. PAIN and the support bands ELEINE and ENSIFERUM convinced the fans live!
But we want to mention the opener of the evening RYUJIN from Japan! With their Samurai Metal they brought a lot of color into the evening!
The Photos can you find here:
RYUJIN also released a new video today!
Formed in 2011 as Gyze, Samurai Metal band RYUJIN deftly deliver heavy metal and blazing guitar wizardry from Japan with their recently announced upcoming self-titled album, RYUJIN, out January 12, 2024 via Napalm Records! Blending both Japanese and English lyricism and featuring production and several guest features by Matthew Kiichi Heafy (Trivium), the band’s high speed riffs and breakneck guitar descents pair with traditional Japanese elements, delivering a sound influenced by everything from ancient orchestral Gagaku to even modern anime themes.
Following up on the release of the album’s previously released first single,“Raijin & Fujin”, the band has just released another new single, entitled „The Rainbow Song“. Like their first single, the melodic power metal track features an essential contribution from aforementioned album guest Matthew Kiichi Heafy. Check out the new track alongside a brand new music video below.
RYUJIN mastermind Ryoji Shinomoto says about the new single:
„We are very proud of this song. The song is a fusion of Japanese 90s anime songs and power metal. We all absolutely love it! The video features nature footage of my hometown, Hokkaido, and Ainu tribal costumes, as I am very proud of the beautiful nature we have here. Matt arranged the lyrics, which were originally written about trout, and he also sings the chorus with me! Also, it’s the first song without growls and you can also hear my first high tone shout before my solo!“
Featured guest Matthew Kiichi Heafy adds:
„RYUJIN is a band who will take over the world. ‚The Rainbow Song‘ is a track that I believe will bridge the gap, taking a whole new slew of fans to become RYUJIN-devotees. You’ll find yourself singing along by the first listen.“
Watch the music video for “The Rainbow Song” here: