ONE OK ROCK - 2013 JINSEI X KIMI TOUR 2013 -MPEG2HDTV 40
. Genre : DVD, BluRay, Video. Performer : ONE OK ROCK. YEAR : 2013. Country : Japan. Language : Japanese. After some delay, the new disc is out and available from "Regal Entertainment". We have for you in 1080p, a long and hard to get recording of the Japanese ONE OK ROCK 2013 Live Jinsei – Kimi = Tour at Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan on April 16th 2013. The initial idea to put this release on DVD was suggested by Kakina from China. On her request, he was able to find some live DVDs recorded by the Japanese band ONE OK ROCK. He also sent us an audio CD from a show recorded in China on May 10th 2012. Since we have more than one DVD from the same event, we put the longest one first. It gives you some full length video and audio and some pictures, so you can find out the details of the production and the venue. As far as we know, ONE OK ROCK has never toured outside Japan before. This was their first big world tour. Despite the first show was only three days after their return from South America, where they performed in Chile in July. And the time has come to make the long-awaited return to the stage after six years, so you can find out the new state of ONE OK ROCK, which is now more or less what you have come to expect from the Japanese band. One of the remarkable things is the show was recorded in a venue that cannot be compared with any other. In these facilities and on this stage, ONE OK ROCK has performed many times. The Yokohama Arena is one of the biggest stadiums in Japan and the Yokohama show was the last before the band will be on their world tour. Apart from the fact that the arena was chosen for the record, another remarkable thing is the audience. The Yokohama audience was probably more varied than any other audiences ever seen by ONE OK ROCK. The concert was really the first public appearance for the entire band, because they were only starting to create their sound on the internet and to share their music with the rest of the world. And it was not that much of an audience. It is usual for large Japanese bands to play on big venues and to have a huge number of people who queue for hours to attend the show. But ONE OK ROCK did not come to Japan for that.