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Japanese Metallers View From The Soyuz sign with DAZE Records; ‘Immaculate’ EP Due February 10th

To celebrate signing with DAZE Records, Japanese hardcore band View From The Soyuz have dropped a new single “When My World Collapse”.



Based out of Tokyo, Japan, View From The Soyuz are making serious noises across the globe with their vicious blend of modern metalcore and melodic death metal. The band has now announced their signing with North American record label DAZE and their forthcoming EP, Immaculate, set for release on February 10th.

First single “When My World Collapse”, a serious headbanger, with lyrics taking form in both English and Japanese, and Senta from Tokyo-hardcore band NUMB lays a guest vocal, is out now and you can check it out here:

The band formed in 2021 releasing their debut EP, In Misty Path, following it up with a string of standalone singles in 2022. A staple in the Japanese metal/hardcore scene, View From The Soyuz has already opened for international touring acts like Unearth and Xibalba and, with the release of Immaculate, the band hope to continue their rise in 2023.

Immaculate Track Listing:

1. Chronostasis
2. Caligula
3. When My World Collapse
4. Sky Burial
5. Stick In The Mud (Vinyl exclusive)
6. Frozen Black

Artwork for ‘Immaculate’ by View From The Soyuz

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.