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BABYMETAL Announce New Album, METAL GALAXY, And Headline Tour

BABYMETAL have announced the follow-up to 2016’s METAL RESISTANCE, METAL GALAXY.

Following yesterday’s release of brand-new song PA PA YA!!, BABYMETAL have announced details of their new album METAL GALAXY

The band’s highly-anticipated third record – the follow-up to 2016’s METAL RESISTANCE – is due out on October 11 this year, and will also be accompanied by some new tour dates in the UK in 2020. Pre-order it right now here.

We’re excited to announce BABYMETAL’s 3rd album METAL GALAXY!!” the band say. The album’s main theme is that BABYMETAL are on an odyssey to the METAL GALAXY and a different variety of songs are packed within the album. We are on an odyssey to the METAL GALAXY. Welcome to the world of BABYMETAL!!”

The news comes ahead of BABYMETAL making their debut at Glastonbury this weekend, before they then headline London’s O2 Academy Brixton on July 2.

Listen to PA PA YA!! (feat. F.HERO) now, and check out the band’s new tour dates below. 

The METAL GALAXY album artwork looks like this: 

Babymetal Metal Galaxy Album Cover

Catch BABYMETAL live on the METAL GALAXY tour in 2020:


19 Glasgow Barrowland
20 Cardiff Great Hall
22 Manchester O2 Apollo
23 London Eventim Apollo Hammersmith

Babymetal Metal Galaxy World Tour 2020
Posted on June 28th 2019, 4:12p.m.
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