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BABYMETAL Unleash Thrilling New Video For BxMxC

Watch the epic video for BABYMETAL’s BxMxC – a song that was previously only available on the Japanese version of METAL GALAXY.

If you weren’t able to get your hands on the Japanese version of BABYMETALs 2019 album METAL GALAXY then you’ll likely never have heard the song BxMxC – but now, not only have the band made it available for all to hear, but they’ve also unleashed an epic accompanying music video, too.

It’s been a fair while since the duo – SU-METAL and MOAMETAL – appeared in a proper, official music video, and their performances in BxMxC are an absolute joy: from epic battles to memorable dance moves.

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Recently, they released the LEGENDMETAL GALAXY live album, while back in April BABYMETAL streamed their 2016 Tokyo Dome shows for free for fans to enjoy during quarantine.

Speaking to Kerrang! about how BABYMETAL will continue to evolve in 2020, SU-METAL revealed late last year: That is something we don’t know. Presently, all we can do is to continue pursuing the path we’ve chosen to take. Although our album METAL GALAXY has now been released, our odyssey is ongoing. I hope to enjoy performing the tracks on our new record, and I hope that the audience enjoys our performance.”

Watch the video for BxMxC below:

Posted on October 9th 2020, 1:03p.m.
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