Japan's All Female Metal Band Lovebites To Release 'clockwork Immortality' Album In December
Rising stars of Japan's metal scene LOVEBITES have signed a deal with Arising Empire. The band's sophomore full-length album, "Clockwork Immortality", will be released on December 7.
LOVEBITES consists of Asami (vocals), Miho (bass), Haruna (drums), Midori (guitars) and Miyako (guitars/keyboard). The LOVEBITES sound owes a debt to the many great overseas heavy metal bands that have directly influenced their writing. Coupled with their own unique take on music, taking a piece from each member's eclectic background and experiences, everything has culminated into forging a truly formidable group.
LOVEBITES started working on its first EP at the end of 2016, joined by the amazing engineering team of Mikko Karmila and Mika Jussila from Finland, who are known for their work with NIGHTWISH, CHILDREN OF BODOM and AMORPHIS, to name but a few. The "Lovebites" EP was the end product of those sessions, which was released in mid-2017. In October 2017 they released their first full album, "Awakening From Abyss".
Last fall, Asami, Haruna, Midori, Miho and Miyako performed their first overseas live show in London. On the heels of this success, the all-female band won the "Best New Band" award at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards in June 2018. LOVEBITES released its second mini album, "Battle Against Damnation", that same month, and followed it up with appearances at Wacken Open Air in Germany and Bloodstock Open Air in the U.K.
LOVEBITES' first European tour will kick off on November 13 and will include stops in the Netherlands, Germany, France and the U.K.
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