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Eye Of The Storm (International Version)

ONE OK ROCK

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発売日

2019年02月15日

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CD

構成数

1

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輸入 (International Version)

レーベル

Fueled By Ramen

規格品番

7567865385

商品の紹介

  • Charging forth with an arsenal of inspirational millennial anthems, Japanese rock outfit One OK Rock graduates from scrappy punks into stadium-sized, motivational titans with their ninth set, Eye of the Storm. Their second for Fueled by Ramen, Storm continues the international expansion efforts they started on 2017's Ambitions. Though less rollicking, and lacking the punch and groove of that previous effort, Storm instead amplifies the urgency and scope -- as if the fate of the world was at stake. That sentiment may seem exaggerated, but after the seventh consecutive mega-anthem, one might suspect superhero capes are hiding beneath the quartet's stage clothes. Akin to contemporaneous releases by Thirty Seconds to Mars, All Time Low, Bring Me the Horizon, and 5 Seconds of Summer, this calculated move toward pop-polished sheen may shake fans of their early-2010s output, but the shift was already put in motion mid-decade with 35xxxv. Deliberate in its intent, Eye of the Storm is packed with gang choruses, crescendo drums, atmospheric production, and well-timed cathartic releases that elevate frontman Takahiro Moriuchi's expanded vocal range and inspiration-overdrive lyrics (which he's once again delivering in English). From the outset, the band sets the stage on the title track, with Taka singing "It's always darkest before the dawn/In the eye of the storm." It's a simple message -- one that is repeated over and over in varying iterations -- but the band takes their mission seriously. On and on it goes, as listeners are reminded to be confident ("Head High"), be defiant ("Push Back"), be themselves ("Stand Out Fit In"), and be fearless ("The Last Time"). Elsewhere, anthems such as "Grow Old Die Young" and "Wasted Nights" promote a live-for-now attitude that brims with optimism so thick that it's pointless to fight it. The latter track is part of a heroic mid-album stretch that also includes "Push Back" and "Change," a trio of standouts that form the LP's beating heart. While a brief lag in the heartswell disrupts the church-like atmosphere at the tail end, it provides a pensive break and builds back to previous heights with the Kiiara-assisted "In the Stars." Storm closes with the towering "Giants" and the urgent "Unforgettable," two additional highlights designed for singalongs and hands held high. In a world where pain and doubt swirl and churn, it's easy to give up and get blown away. With Eye of the Storm, One OK Rock delivers such a convincing message that, for a brief moment, life seems like it'll really be alright. ~ Neil Z. Yeung|

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  • エド・シーランのアジア・ツアーへの帯同も納得。ワンオクの第2章を明確に告げる新アルバムの登場だ。海外志向を推し進めた前作をステップに、今作にはバンド・サウンドが奥に引っ込み、デジタル化に拍車をかけたエモーショナルかつ壮大なスケール感の楽曲が並んでいる。EDM風のアレンジも採り込んだ振り切れ具合に驚きながらも違和感がないのは、彼らがここに辿り着くまでに段階を踏んできたからだろう。TAKAの歌い手としての豊かな表現力と、感情の機微にこだわった緻密な歌メロのヴァリエーションも格段にアップ。寒い季節にマッチしそうな"Wasted Night"、Kiaraとの掛け合いヴォーカルで魅せる映画「フォルトゥナの瞳」の主題歌"In the Stars"などポップなダイナミズムに溢れた全13曲だ。
    bounce (C)荒金良介

    タワーレコード (vol.424(2019年2月25日発行号)掲載)

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Charging forth with an arsenal of inspirational millennial anthems, Japanese rock outfit One OK Rock graduates from scrappy punks into stadium-sized, motivational titans with their ninth set, Eye of the Storm. Their second for Fueled by Ramen, Storm continues the international expansion efforts they started on 2017's Ambitions. Though less rollicking, and lacking the punch and groove of that previous effort, Storm instead amplifies the urgency and scope -- as if the fate of the world was at stake. That sentiment may seem exaggerated, but after the seventh consecutive mega-anthem, one might suspect superhero capes are hiding beneath the quartet's stage clothes. Akin to contemporaneous releases by Thirty Seconds to Mars, All Time Low, Bring Me the Horizon, and 5 Seconds of Summer, this calculated move toward pop-polished sheen may shake fans of their early-2010s output, but the shift was already put in motion mid-decade with 35xxxv. Deliberate in its intent, Eye of the Storm is packed with gang choruses, crescendo drums, atmospheric production, and well-timed cathartic releases that elevate frontman Takahiro Moriuchi's expanded vocal range and inspiration-overdrive lyrics (which he's once again delivering in English). From the outset, the band sets the stage on the title track, with Taka singing "It's always darkest before the dawn/In the eye of the storm." It's a simple message -- one that is repeated over and over in varying iterations -- but the band takes their mission seriously. On and on it goes, as listeners are reminded to be confident ("Head High"), be defiant ("Push Back"), be themselves ("Stand Out Fit In"), and be fearless ("The Last Time"). Elsewhere, anthems such as "Grow Old Die Young" and "Wasted Nights" promote a live-for-now attitude that brims with optimism so thick that it's pointless to fight it. The latter track is part of a heroic mid-album stretch that also includes "Push Back" and "Change," a trio of standouts that form the LP's beating heart. While a brief lag in the heartswell disrupts the church-like atmosphere at the tail end, it provides a pensive break and builds back to previous heights with the Kiiara-assisted "In the Stars." Storm closes with the towering "Giants" and the urgent "Unforgettable," two additional highlights designed for singalongs and hands held high. In a world where pain and doubt swirl and churn, it's easy to give up and get blown away. With Eye of the Storm, One OK Rock delivers such a convincing message that, for a brief moment, life seems like it'll really be alright. ~ Neil Z. Yeung

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    Head High

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