VAMPS have officially announced that after two and a half years since their last album release, BLOODSUCKERS, a new album is coming your way! The new album, UNDERWORLD, is set to release April 26. The album has an 11 song track-list, including; VAMPS’ recent collaborative single releases with Apocalyptica, Chris Motionless of Motionless in White, and Richard Z. Kruspe of Rammstein, as well as, eight new songs including their upcoming single release Calling. The album will have four editions with contents varying from music videos, Live ZEPP Tokyo performance, documentary, and behind the scenes content. See below for full details!
This news came just after the tracklist release of VAMPS’ new single Calling. The tracklist includes title single Calling, and Enjoy the Silence (Depeche Mode cover). Limited single will also include live versions of The Past, Replay, and Sweet Dreams, taken from their VAMPS Live 2016 Tsuika Kouen -Acoustic Day- concerts.
VAMPS have also announced VAMPS CHANCE, which gives the fans a chance to enter a lottery for a meet and greet with VAMPS on their Japan tour this summer. This is limited to 100 people per venue, and only available for those who purchase both the album and single, and provide product serial numbers.
VAMPS will also be touring with American metalcore band I Prevail this year. Acting as one of the supporting acts for nine of I Prevail’s American Lifeline Tour dates. See image below for the tour dates VAMPS will be performing one!
Alongside the announcement of their new album, VAMPS also announced their VAMPS Live 2017 UNDERWORLD with tour dates including Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, and Sapporo. With a new VAMPS album, there always comes a world tour—so let’s keep our fingers crossed that international fans will be able to see VAMPS live by the end of 2017. See full list of tour dates below!
VAMPS LIVE 2017 UNDERWORLD
June 21 — Tokyo, Japan @ Zepp Tokyo
June 22 — Tokyo, Japan @ Zepp Tokyo
June 24 — Tokyo, Japan @ Zepp Tokyo
June 25 — Tokyo, Japan @ Zepp Tokyo
June 27 — Tokyo, Japan @ Zepp Tokyo
June 28 — Tokyo, Japan @ Zepp Tokyo
July 8 — Nagoya, Japan @ Zepp Nagoya
July 9 — Nagoya, Japan @ Zepp Nagoya
July 11 — Nagoya, Japan @ Zepp Nagoya
July 12 — Nagoya, Japan @ Zepp Nagoya
July 22 — Osaka, Japan @ Zepp Osaka Bayside
July 23 — Osaka, Japan @ Zepp Osaka Bayside
July 25 — Osaka, Japan @ Zepp Osaka Bayside
July 26 — Osaka, Japan @ Zepp Osaka Bayside
September 2 — Sapporo, Japan @ Zepp Sapporo
September 3 — Sapporo, Japan @ Zepp Sapporo
General ticket sale: May 13, ~10:00 JST (advance ticket sales available for fanclub members).