Notimex Review: "BABYMETAL gives euphoric presentation at Circo Volador"

The mexican Site Notimex did a very good review of the first BABYMETAL show in Mexico City, Mexico at Circo Volador. The review, originally in spanish, talks about the dancing of the girls mixed with the metal sound of the band highlight "Akumu No Rondo", "Megitsune", "Gimme Chocolate", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" and "Road Of Resistance". Read the review translated below. 

Notimex reviews the first BABYMETAL show in Mexico at Circo Volador

Mexico, May 10 (Notimex) - Su-Metal, Yuimetal and Moametal, members of the Japanese band BABYMETAL, appeared for the first time in the country and last night gave an euphoric spectacle at Circo Volador of Mexico City, in which in addition to spreading their momentum, they spoke of the transformation of the metal and the influence of the great masters of the genre. 

The "Olé, olé, olé, olé, BABYMETAL" became in voices dropped to the beat of the drums hid in the shadows. Silhouettes of three people were found to become in leaders of thousands of people who followed each of the suggested movements. 

Dressed with their puffy red skirts and black corsets and hair decorated with red bows as collegial style, the teenagers danced synchronized choreographies to the rhythm of metal and in contrast with the innocent voice of Yuimetal it rose to 2197 attendees. 

The four musicians in charge of guitars, bass and drums, incited the public dressed in whie with painted face, while the singer returned to the stage for the song "Akunu No Rondo" surpassing the borders of language to sing in Japanese and transmit energy with coordinated dances. 

Su-Metal landed in the center of the stage and with controlled and delicated movements, initiated a new interpretation between the sound of guitars and drums to mesmerize the audience. 

Then it was the turn of Yuimetal and Moametal who appeared with a hooded skull to make jump the audience with his almost childish and symbolic steps between each other. 

Mixing metal with pop and delicated voices, the young girls delighted with their viral hits "Megitsune" and "Gimme Chocolate!!", while dancing almost robotically to the audience not stop singing and recording with their cellphones to not miss an detail of the first presetantion of the band in Mexico, and with which they open their second World Tour. 

Suddenly, the piano was present to start "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" which also inspired a chorus from the audience, literally set fire on stage to start a dance without the singing disappeared, as they (BABYMETAL) jump to dismiss the stage. 

After a few minutes, and amid the applause continued, the Japanese trio returned with "Head Bangya!!" and ended with their appearance with the premiere of the song "Road Of Resistance". 

"I will never forget tonight, i'm happy to see you!", said Su-Metal in english to close with "Gracias Mexico" (Thank you Mexico) in Spanish. 

Translation by: Maik Gianino.