Scarlet Valse are about to release their new live DVD, titled “Remind of Secret Eden”, on February 14, 2015!
The DVD will be released through Starwave Records, and even though the official release date is set for the mid-February you can secure your copy early at live shows, starting at the release party in 池袋EDGE (IkebukuroEDGE) on December 3.
Starwave Records has published the following comment about the release:
“A DVD with footage from Scarlet Valse’s third anniversary oneman live at 池袋CYBER (IkebukuroCYBER) on September 22, 2014!
The live setlist was comprised of tracks from their first full album “-GENESIS-“, which was released for pre-sale at this show as well. A special version music video for the song “揚羽蝶乃夢” (Agehachou no Yume) is included as a bonus track with this release.
Get ready for a glimpse of the origins and true nature of Scarlet Valse!”
12/03 – 池袋EDGE (IkebukuroEDGE) (Tour final -GENESIS TOUR FINAL- & Jun birthday event “GENESIS of Valse”)
12/03 – Available for pre-sale at live venues
02/14 – On sale in physical stores and Starwave Records’ webshop
Disc number: SWSV-2
Label: Starwave Records
Distribution: FWD Inc.
Price: ¥3,800 (tax included)
Limit: 300 copies
Remind of Secret Eden – Tracklist
02. Secret Eden
03. The Name of Valse
04. 娼年-Prostitution Actor- (Shounen-Prostitution Actor-)
08. Road of the Dream
10. Rose Cruel Scar
11. 揚羽蝶乃夢 (Agehachou no Yume)
12. Secret Eden
13. 揚羽蝶乃夢 (Agehachou no Yume) (MV) (Bonus track)
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