Luna Sea Announces 25th Anniversary National Tour And Two New Albums "BEST & LIVE"

9yr ago   ·   Monday 31 Mar, 2014 - 02:29pm UTC   ·   LaLaSukura   ·   1 upvote   ·   0 comments   ·   5,783 views
Luna Sea Announces 25th Anniversary National Tour And Two New Albums
Exciting news for LUNA SEA fans today! The band has just announced their 25th Anniversary Live Tour, "THE LUNATIC ~ A Liberated Will ~" a few hours ago. The tour will include 16 locations through out Japan with 32-2day performances that begins on June 7th 2014 and ends February 28th 2015. Included with the news of a Japan tour also came the announcement of the release of two special albums that will be released on May 28th , 2014, which include "LIVE & BEST"staging the ultimate premiere for LUNA SEA's anniversary year.

The first album 'The LIVE BEST ALBUM "NEVER SOLD OUT 2" After NEVER SOLD OUT' is a greatest live-track album from LUNA SEA which features "PROMISE," For JAPAN A Promise to The Brave 2012 in Sendai," and more. Disc 2 contains a live track of "THE ONE -crash to create-" for the first time. All the tracks are remixed. and comes with liner notes and an external bonus not yet announced for a cost of 2,890yen (3,121yen Tax incl. in Japan)US$ 28.11. This edition is available now for pre-order here.

The second album is the BEST ALBUM "LUNA SEA 25th Anniversary Ultimate Best ーTHE ONEー" which contains all the singles/main tracks of albums from the debut era to "THE ONE-crash to create-" giving you the knowledge of the bands 25 year history in existence. This album will cost 3,542yen(tax in)US$34.44. For the collectors of Luna Sea music the band is also offering "2 in 1 BOX" which includes the two albums above "LUNA SEA 25th Anniversary Ultimate Best ーTHE ONEー" and "NEVER SOLD OUT 2" for 7,441yen(tax in)US$72.35.

Vocalist for Luna Sea, Ryuichi Kawamura has made a short webizode of the announcement and can be viewed here on Luna Sea's Official Facebook page. Advance purchase for tickets will start at 9,800yen (tax included) which you can find more details on the bands official website which includes information for overseas fans traveling to Japan for the shows.

The Japan tour dates are as follows:

● June 7 - 8 Matsudo City Culture Hall
● June 14 - 15 Civic Center Forest Hall Niigata
● June 28 - 29 Ishikawa Honda (formerly Ishikawa Welfare Pension Hall)
● July 5 - 6 Okayama, Kurashiki Municipal House
● July 12 - 13 Nagano Hokuto Bunka Hall (large)
● July 26 - 27 Osaka, Osaka International Convention Center (Main)
● August 9 - 10 Aichi-Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall
● August 30 - 31 Miyagi, Sendai Sun Plaza Hall
●September 6 - 7 Shizuoka, Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan (large)
● September 13 - 14 Sapporo Hokkaido Nitori Cultural Hall

● January 10 - 11 Saitama Omiya Sonic City
● January 17 - 18 Ibaraki, Ibaraki Prefectural Culture Center
● January 24 - 25 Hiroshima and Ueno Gakuen Hall (formerly Hiroshima postal savings Hall)
● February 7 - 8 Kanagawa, Kanagawa Prefectural
● February 21 - 22 Fukuoka, Fukuoka Sun Palace
● February 28 - March 1 Tokyo, Tokyo International Forum (A)
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