[NEWS] CNBLUE Will Be Rocking The Opening Act For Linkin Park’s Concert In Japan!


【CNBLUE】 9/10(土)に開催されるLINKIN PARK幕張メッセ公演へのオープニング・アクトに出演予定。ライブの詳細は公式サイト→cnblue.jp、クリエイティブマン公式サイト

September 10 (Sat) Scheduled to be the opening act for LINKIN PARK’s concert to be held in Mukahari Messe. Visit official site cnblue.jp

More details here http://www.creativeman.co.jp/artist/2011/09linkin/
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[PHOTO] CNBLUE in Kpop Lovers Magazine by Tower Records


CNBLUE was featured in “Kpop Lovers” Magazine, a magazine by Tower Records Japan for Sept 5 – Nov 6 edition promoting Korean albums. The short article was to commemorate CNBLUE‘s upcoming major debut in Japan with their mini album “In My Head“. The magazine also featured T-Ara on the cover and fellow FNC band, FT Island on the back cover.

Here is the translation of the excerpt:

They all have good looks, almost like models’,
But more than that, their charm is the cool rock music they bring,
When all 4 members perform together.
Nostalgic feeling song “I’m A Loner“,
Intense mixture rock number “Intuition“,
Impressive gentle & powerful slow songs like “Try Again, Smile Again”, etc.,
Each of their songs, reverberates (echoes) in our hearts.

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[NEWS] CNBLUE’s Japan Major Debut Single “In My Head” Will be Released In October


CNBLUE will release their first single in Japan entitled “In My Head” on October 19 to mark their official major debut in Japanese mainstream music industry.

The band have been active in Japan as an indie band and Warner Music Japan has finally reached an agreement with CNBLUE to debut under their label. “In My Head” will be their first official single under the well known label, Warner Music.

As an indie band in Japan, CNBLUE has gained a lot of popularity and has done very well in the Indie Oricon Chart, by reaching #1 for numerous times. On September 1, the band released their last album as indie band “392” and it has reached #3 in the Indie Oricon Chart.

Meanwhile, CNBLUE will be holding their concert “BLUESTORM” on September 17 and 18 at Seoul Olympic Hall followed by their last indie concert at Yokohama Arena, Japan on September 25.

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