Survive / Tokyo ‘Samurais from Hell’ to play Live At Death Valley

4 May 2021

To celebrate signing with Split Screen Management, Tokyo “Samurais From Hell” Survive will stream a newly recorded concert ‘Live At Death Valley’ on 12 June 2021.

Rather than a “live” stream, the performance will be pre-recorded, edited and produced. With recording currently underway, vocalist/guitarist Nemo told MetalTalk: “In the current circumstances where it has become difficult to actually experience our sound live at venues, we decided to do this because we wanted to offer a special experience for our fans, something different from our usual gigs, by streaming a thoroughly produced visual and audio work of art.”

The event will feature eight songs, including ‘Human Misery’ and their latest single, ‘The Road to Hell is Paved by Goodwill’. There is also behind the scenes documentary footage and interviews with the band.

‘The Road to Hell is Paved by Goodwill’ was released as a digital single and features Tony “Demolition Man” Dolan, from Venom Inc.

With the news of the new management contract, Nemo told us: “We have signed a management contract with Split Screen, which means we will be active from Japan to Europe in the future. I am confident that I will use the experience of the European tour and Split Screen staff to realise a very unique idea. I want to overcome this pandemic with the primary goal of releasing a new sound source in Europe.”

Tickets are €19.15, with a €42.13 option including a Funeral Cat T-Shirt.

‘Doors’ are open at 11:45 BST, 19:45 JST.

12jun11:45 amMoved OnlineSurvive / Live At Death Valley

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