By BABYMETAL | earMUSIC | Release Date: 1st Apr 2016

Mostly favourable reviews based on 21 critics
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Summary: Japanese idol metal sensations BabyMetal will be returning with their sophomore effort, 'Metal Resistance' in April.

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Genre(s): Heavy Metal
Record label(s): earMUSIC
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By Michael Smith
BABYMETAL’s quest for global domination is truly starting to take flight.
By Elliot Leaver
In some ways, this album is a nightmare, but only to the so-called ‘elitists’ who might have hoped that Babymetal would fall by the wayside and fade into obscurity. Instead, they’ve pulled the rabbit out of the hat once again.
By Rob
One listen to this record should see any naysayers firmly put in their place. Bow down to the intergalactic Fox God, get over your prejudices and let them blow your mind.
By ScreamingSteelUS
I certainly never thought in a million years that I'd ever say that the new Babymetal is better than the new Amon Amarth, much less that the new Babymetal is currently my album of the year, but this is the world we live in now.
By Siavash Nezhad
METAL RESISTANCE defies the odds and delivers a listening experience that far exceeds that of the first album, and I am certain BABYMETAL’s world domination is just now beginning.
By Jeff Treppel
Metal Resistance proves Babymetal’s debut wasn’t just a novelty. It overcomes the sophomore curse spectacularly, no matter what genre you consider it.
By Henry Maneuver
I just finished my first cover-to-cover listen, and I feel like I just woke up from a week long bender, and everything is a blur, but I’m glad I survived, and I’ll probably do it again very soon … like now.
By Tony Bliss
A brilliantly executed roller-coaster of delights.
By Adrienne Stanley
On Metal Resistance, BABYMETAL continues their reign over kawaii metal, their unique genre-bending sound that could comfortably serve as the soundtrack for the morbid animated series, Metalocalypse.
By autographvirus
True heavy metal classics littered throughout the record and not a dull moment in sight, Babymetal are here to stay, and I for one am incredibly glad.
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