Anime song super group JAM Project are back with their first new album in three years, "Thumb Rise Again." To promote this week's release of the CD, with 13 new songs recorded at LA's Capitol Studios, Lantis has posted the complete video of the group's recent appearence on Google+ Music Friday. Check it out after the jump.
In this week's Japanese Google+ Music Friday, the social media venue will be showcasing anison super group JAM Project, whose rocking sound can be heard on the likes of Super Robot Wars and Cardfight!! Vanguard. The show will stream 22:00～23:00 Japanese time on October 4th. More after the jump.
Lantis has posted a short version promotional video for Masaaki Endo's "SPEC," which is the leading song from his 5th original album "XTREME V MACHINE." The new album by a member of JAM Project will be released in Japan on August 7. Check his powerful voice after the jump.
"Mr. DBZ" Hironobu Kageyama of "CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA" fame and his band JAM Project (Masaaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani, Masami Okui and Yoshiki Fukuyama) are holding a Dragon Ball Z themed concert in Hollywood on August 18 to benefit the non-profit JAAF, promoting contemporary Japanese culture and arts.
Prior to rocking Anime Expo in July, Animetal USA (Naruto Spin-Off: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals' opening) will be traveling Japan with anime theme super group JAM Project as part of a US-Japan Treaty of Friendship Anison tour. See the titans of anison sit together after the jump.
JAM Project, the Japanese anison (anime songs) super group of five popular singers, announced on May 14 that the group will present concerts in four countries of Latin America in July this year. "JAM Project Latin America LIVE TOUR 2012" will kick off July 15 in Brazil, then travel to Peru on July 18, Argentina on July 21, and Chile on July 22. More details after the jump.
JAM Project, an anison (anime song) super group in Japan, announced their next tour of 2012, titled "Nichibei Anison Yukou Summit Tour 2012" (Japan-US Anime Song Friendship Summit Tour 2012). They will be touring with Animetal USA, a heavy metal band who specializes in metal covers of popular Japanese anime/tokusatsu theme songs, in June. More details after the jump.
On July 26-27, the three members of JAM Project, Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki Endoh, and Hiroshi Kitadani had climbed Moutnt Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, to announce the titles of their domestic and Asian tour of 2011-2012. Check the video from the top of the mountain after the jump.