GRANRODEO release promotional video for LIVE 2017 G12 ROCK SHOW

Lantis released a promotional video with footage from GRANRODEO‘s upcoming Blu-ray release.

GRANRODEO LIVE 2017 G12 ROCK SHOW is scheduled to be released on 11/07/2018, available on Blu-ray.

The cover art is the following:

It counts with a total of two discs with footage from two different shows (in its themes, dimension and concepts). The contents are the following:

DISC 1
Footage from GRANRODEO LIVE 2017 G12 ROCK☆SHOW Doketachi no Utage held on 23/09/2018 at Nippon Budokan.
  1. Pierrot Dancin’
  2. 恋は mirage
  3. Punky Funky Love
  4. Glorious days
  5. Fake lover’s true heart
  6. ナミダバナ
  7. FAT SHAPER
  8. チキン・ヒーロー
  9. 君に one way love
  10. Can Do
  11. move on! イバラミチ
  12. Y・W・F
  13. エンドレスサマー
  14. 少年の果て
  15. CRACK STAR FLASH
  16. silence
  17. カナリヤ
  18. modern strange cowboy
  19. We wanna R&R SHOW
  20. Infinite Love
  21. Go For It!
  22. UNDER THE SKY
DISC 2
Footage from GRANRODEO LIVE 2017 G7 ROCK☆SHOW Wasureuta wo, Todoke ni Kimashita. held on 12/11/2017 at Koza Music Town.
  1. We wanna R&R SHOW
  2. tRANCE
  3. 21st CENTURY LOVERS
  4. アウトサイダー
  5. silent DESIRE
  6. オセロ
  7. Beat it, Love!
  8. 進化と堕落の二元論
  9. Go For It!
  10. Can Do
  11. ROSE HIP-BULLET
  12. 慟哭ノ雨
  13. ケンゼンな本能
  14. modern strange cowboy
  15. 恋音
  16. Once & Forever
  17. move on! イバラミチ
  18. Beautiful world

A promotional video featuring footage from both show was uploaded on Lantis’ official youtube channel.

GRANRODEO LIVE 2017 G12 ROCK SHOW includes a photobook featuring interviews with members, additionally, this Blu-ray comes in special packaging.

The bonuses are the following (per store):

B5 artboard & 2 live logo can badges
Animate (B5 artboard & 2 live logo can badges)
Gamers (2L bromide)
Tower Records (L bromide)
Tsutaya (L bromide)
HMV (L bromide)
Amazon (2L bromide)

GRANRODEO LIVE 2017 G12 ROCK SHOW is available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

SOURCE: Granrodeo official twitter account

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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.