Kazuki Kato to release new album this summer, announces tour

Kazuki Kato is going to release his first full-length album in 9 years. There’s also a new national tour in the horizon.

The talented singer/seiyuu/stage actor returns with a new album, the first one in 9 years (the previous full length album released was Glamorous Beat in 2009).

The new album is titled “Ultra Worker” and is scheduled to be released on 18/07/2018, it’ll be available in two editions: regular and first press limited. Kato mentioned that this album counts with a variety of rich band sounds, showcasing a further evolution of his sound since “SPICY BOX”.

The album is going to include a total of 10 songs.

The contents for each edition are the following:

Regular Edition 

  • CD

First Press Limited Edition

  • CD
  • DVD Includes: Title Track Music Video + Making of

More details on this release are going to be unveiled in the upcoming months. Be on the look out for more updates from us.

On another note: Kato announced a new national tour. Kazuki Kato Live “GIG” Tour 2018 ~Ultra Worker~ kicks off in August. The dates and locations are the following:

  • August 03 at Zepp Namba in Osaka
  • August 05 at CRAZYMAMA KINGDOM in Okayama
  • August 07 at Zepp DiverCity TOKYO
  • August 08 at Zepp DiverCity TOKYO
  • August 10 at Diamond Hall in Nagoya
  • August 13 at Rensa in Sendai
  • October 27 at AZ in Kanazawa
  • October 28 at Diamond Hall in Nagoya
  • October 30 at MUSE in Kyoto
  • October 31 at VARIT in Kobe
  • November 02 at CLUB QUATTRO in Hiroshima
  • November 4 at DRM LOGOS in Fukuoka
  • November 6th at NEW SIDE BEACH in Yokohama
  • November 9 at Zepp Namba in Osaka
  • November 11 at Toyosu PIT in Tokyo

For more information about this tour please refer to Kazuki Kato‘s official website – HERE.

Ultra Worker” is available for pre-order on CJDAPAN.

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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Currently based in Macau SAR. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely dedicate herself to writing about male seiyuu music.

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