FATE GEAR tours Europe for the third time • AVO Magazine

The women of steampunk metal band FATE GEAR will be returning to Europe for another tour. This will be the Tokyo-based band’s third European tour and will consist of 15 shows in seven countries, including their first in the Netherlands.

The European Tour, organized by the German reservation agency Riot Rock Booking titled Battle Against Justice Tour 2022begins on April 28 in Germany and consists of a number of presentations at conferences, such as aniMUC and Japan Touch Haru. Battle against justice It is the title of their song released in the summer of 2021.

The musicians who will tour with ‘Captain’ Mina on guitar are vocalist NANA who has previously toured Europe with FATE GEAR, Yuri on keyboards, Erika on bass and Haruka on drums for the first six performances, then former drummer GALMET will take Idyako over as a special guest drummer for the rest of the European tour.

Tour dates are as follows:

Thursday, April 28, 2022: Cafe Central – Weinheim, Germany
Friday 29 April 2022: FC Rauch – Feldkirch, Austria
Saturday 30 April 2022: Café Bar Treppenhaus – Rorschach, Switzerland
Sunday May 1, 2022: aniMUC – Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany
Monday May 2, 2022: Explosion – Graz, Austria
Tuesday 3 May 2022: Vice – London, UK
Wednesday May 4, 2022: Schwimbad FC – Wolfsburg, Germany
Thursday 5 May 2022: Koltempel – Oberhausen, Germany
Friday May 6, 2022: Kulturzentrum Das Rind – Rüsselsheim, Germany
Saturday 7 May 2022: La Barakason – Thônex, Switzerland
Sunday 8 May 2022: Japan touches Haru – Lyon, France
Monday May 9, 2022: Brien de Zinc – Barberaza, France
Tuesday 10 May 2022: L’Atelier Rock – Huy, Belgium
Wednesday 11 May 2022: tie – Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Thursday 12 May 2022: Barwig Rotterdam, the Netherlands

If regular tickets aren’t your thing, you can also opt for VIP tickets where you’ll have the opportunity to meet the band, take a picture with them, receive a signed poster and map of the band as well as gift merchandise.

While FATE GEAR started its activities in 2015, the former “Captain” Mina band, Destrose, was formed in 2007 and can be considered as the pioneer of the currently popular bands such as BABYMETAL and LOVEBITES. But FATE GEAR definitely has its own story to tell. They have the number big bullets Which was used in the Netflix anime series Kingan AshurThis has led to more interest in the fashionable metal band. They have now released their fourth album, a concept album titled Heaven’s Prison And for one of the songs Sky Pirates They made a music video that garnered over a million views.

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