Popular Nu Metal band had been on hiatus since May of 2016 due to drummer / vocalist's pregnancy
Japanese Nu metal band Maximum the Hormone - whom anime fans may remember for the musical contributions to Air Master, Death Note, and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F - will be resuming live performances with a new tour scheduled to hit 12 venues throughout Japan in May and June of 2017.
The band had been on hiatus since May of 2016 as a result of drummer / vocalist Nao's pregnancy. Nao gave birth to her second child, a girl, in September of 2016, and now the band is ready to get back on the road.
For the unfamiliar, here's a taste of Maximum the Hormone's musical stylings from their official Youtube channel.
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