Mardelas will be broadcasting a special live stream of their performance at Roppongi Morph via their Twitcasting channel on the 21st of September. The stream on the Twitcasting channel, nicknamed MardeCas, will start from 20.00 Japanese time, that is 13.00 in The Netherlands and is free to watch. Mardelas stated that the stream will be of high quality and that there will be no archive of this show after the show ends. So if you don’t want to miss this live stream, it is good to keep this in mind.
The live stream is part of a project that the band started earlier in July, named the Team Mardelas Project. Earlier this month, Mardelas started the sale of a specially designed t-shirt for this project.
Mardelas formed in 2017 and have their roots in hard rock and heavy metal. The band consists of singer Marina Hebiishi, guitarist Kikyo Oikawa, bassist Hisayuki Motoishi and drummer Hideaki Yumida. In 2015 they released their major album Mardelas I under the label KING RECORDS NEXUS. In 2016, they followed-up that album with Mardelas II. Their latest release is titled Ground ZERO and came out in May 2019, as a follow-up of Mardelas III that came out in 2018.
Mardelas performed in 2017 at Connichi, which was their first full-time concert in Europe. Around 2500 people watched the show at this event. In 2019, they have performed at Metal Matsuri in London, which were they shared the stage with many other colleague performers such as Unlucky Morpheus, Mary’s Blood and Bridear.
For this live show at Roppongi Morph, the band will perform with a support drummer, namely Thomas from the heavy metal band Phantom Excaliver.