As previously reported
, rock veterans BUCK-TICK
will be releasing a new album titled ABRACADABRA
on September 21st, a date which will mark the 33rd anniversary of their debut. Recently, it was revealed that they will also be commemorating the release
with their first-ever no-audience live streaming concert.
Also scheduled for September 21st, the concert will be titled ABRACADABRA LIVE ON THE NET
, and it was inspired by the band's desire to deliver the album's new songs to their fans as soon as possible after the uncertain COVID-19 pandemic
times. It has been said that the live stream will be a unique experience for the audience, with special content such as interview footage with the band members.
Tickets are 5000 yen, and they are available now on the Zaiko
platform, which accepts payment from overseas and offers information in English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean.
The concert will be archived, and ticket holders will be able to watch it until September 28th at 22:00 (JST).
will be released on the band's own record label Lingua Sounda, under Victor Entertainment. It will be available in a variety of modern and retro formats, including limited edition CD + Blu-ray, vinyl double-LP, cassette tape, and high
resolution 48kHz 24-bit digital versions. The album will also be available in select territories via Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube Music.
More information on the album is available on this special website
Watch the music video for MOONLIGHT ESCAPE
, a single the band released this August that will be featured on the new album, below: