Warner Bros. Records has announced that it has signed Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK to its roster and will release the band's first U.S. album, entitled 35xxxv Deluxe Edition, on Sept. 25.
ONE OK ROCK has also announced they will hit the road for a mini-headlining fall tour, which includes shows in Chicago, Toronto, New York and Silver Spring, MD, before heading out on a support tour with All Time Low that kicks off on Oct. 9. Also on the bill are Sleeping With Sirens.
Formed in 2005, ONE OK ROCK is one of Japan's beloved rock bands, fusing emo, rock and metal into their sound. The band is made up of vocalist Taka, guitarist Toru, drummer Tomoya and bassist Ryota. Together they have released seven albums in Japan, the last four of which have all charted in the Top 5, including 35xxxv, which debuted at No. 1. 35xxxv was produced by John Feldmann (Good Charlotte, All Time Low), who also mixed ONE OK ROCK'S 2013 album JinseixBoku=, and mixed by renowned engineer Chris Lord-Alge. The U.S. Deluxe Edition of the album will feature all English language vocals, plus two bonus tracks not available on the Japanese edition and altered artwork.
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ONE OK ROCK is known for their live shows. Last September they concluded their nationwide concert tour by playing two sold-out shows to 60,000 people over two days at Japan's Yokohama Stadium. They have also performed at various rock festivals in Europe, South America, Australia and the U.S., including the Vans Warped Tour.
For more information and tour dates, visit oneokrock.com/en.