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Latest Metal Safari News
Below is our complete Metal Safari news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Guitarist Hiro of Japanese act Metal Safari has checked in with the following update about the band's condition after the recent disaster in Japan:
"Thank you everyone for giving me message. Us Metal Safari members are all OK. But the earthquake didn't stop yet. I'm careful. Now we can't use electric power for 3 hours 2 times area by area.
"That's not a problem for me. I want to cooperate with economy in power consumption with pleasure. The people of the disaster areas are having big problems now. Please help them. I'll inform you more again. Later."
You can also check out Metal Safari's music by heading over to the band's MySpace profile.
Japanese metalcore act Metal Safari has posted its new music video online. The video was made for the track "How To Die" and comprises footage taken from the band's recent tour of Japan. "How To Die" is included on Metal Safari's sophomore album, "Prisoner", which is available through Spiritual Beast Records.
You can view the video below:
Japan’s masters of power groove, Metal Safari, released their second full-length album, “Prisoner”, on September 22nd via Japanese label Spiritual Beast.
"Prisoner," which features ten tracks influenced by the likes of Pantera, Hatebreed, and Killswitch Engage, is the follow-up to their 2006 independent release, “Return to My Blood.” Following the release of “Prisoner,” Metal Safari debuted the video for the track “How to Die”, which is included with the enhanced CD, and announced that drummer Yazu had signed an endorsement deal with Mapex Drums. Metal Safari is currently gigging around Japan in support of “Prisoner.” For more information, check out the band’s official website, www.metalsafari.com.