UVERworld to release their first Album in over Three Years in August

Fusion rock band UVERworld recently announced that they will be releasing a brand new studio album on August 2nd.  This record, titled “TYCOON”, will be the group’s first such release since 2014’s “0 CHOIR”, marking the longest gap between albums for the band.

“TYCOON” will be well worth the wait, however, with nearly 79 minutes of music packed into this massive 18 track release.  Though the record will include songs from all of their singles this era, many of them will receive special album remixes, ensuring that even those who follow the band regularly will have something to look forward to.  Furthermore, the album will be released in two different versions, the Limited Edition planned to include a bonus CD and a photobook packaged in a special sleeve case.

You’ll find the cover and complete track list for “TYCOON” right after the jump, so please do read on below.

-’TYCOON’ Track List-

  1. TYCOON
  2. Q.E.D.
  3. Sirius
  4. SHOUT LOVE
  5. IDEAL REALITY
  6. LONE WOLF
  7. DECIDED (Album ver.)
  8. PRAYING RUN
  9. ALL ALONE (Album ver.)
  10. Itteki no Eikyou (Album ver.)
  11. Honno Sukoshi
  12. Boku no Kotaba de wa Nai Kore wa Bokutachi no Kotoba (Album ver.)
  13. WE ARE GO (Album ver.)
  14. Collide
  15. Sou Zeniki
  16. I LOVE THE WORLD
  17. Emu
  18. Shuuen

(via natalie)

  • Comments

    • hasawa

      Hopefully this long gap helped them fixing up their music bc they haven’t been relevant for too long to remember the last time I enjoyed one of their song…
      The single songs from this era were so dull and forgettable… I don’t remember any of them tbh 😑
      That saxo they’ve been shoving in each of their songs has been a huge turn off as well.

      • Ryusenkai

        Honestly, I’d felt the same until I revisited a lot of their singles from this era while I was writing this post. While there’s still a bit of the “samey” issue that they’ve always had, I was generally a bit more positive on things than I remember being when the songs first came out.

        Beyond that though, the reason I decided to write the article in the first place is the scale of the album coupled with the amount of songs it seems like they’re altering to fit the theme/sound (and also which one’s they’re leaving put). It’s definitely not my most anticipated album of August (Keisuke Kuwata, easily), but I’m intrigued enough by the way they’ve presented this to give it a spin.