Japanese Rock Band BUCK-TICK Host Online Concert

Japanese Rock Band BUCK-TICK Host Online Concert

On September 21st, Japanese rock band BUCK-TICK celebrated their new album ABRACADABRA with a live stream online concert called “Abracadabra Live On The Net”. The 21st also makes their 33rd year together as a band since their debut. BUCK-TICK created this live-stream concert as they wanted to deliver the album’s new songs to their fans as soon as possible. The live stream created a unique experience for the audience and included special content for fans at home to enjoy. 

Buck-Tick, Japanese rock brand host a live online concert stream to celebrate new album.

Although the live stream is finished, you’re still able to buy tickets to view the concert. The tickets are available on the Zaiko platform, you can click here to purchase. The information is available in English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. The viewing window from the concert starts now and will remain up until September 28th, 10 PM JST.

ABRACADABRA will be released on the band’s record label Lingua Sounda/Victor Entertainment in a variety of different mediums: vinyl, cassette tape, CD, and digital. It will also be available to stream on Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube Music worldwide. The album has fourteen tracks and includes, ‘Moonlight Escape’ which already has a music video out.

BUCK-TICK debuted in 1987 and has kept its original member line-up since. In 2017, they received the “Inspiration Award Japan” at the MTV VMA Japan for inspiring artists during their 30-year career. We’re excited to check out BUCK-TICK’s music and look forward to hearing some more exciting news from them soon!

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