Metal Resistance is futile in United Kingdom, BABYMETAL breaks 2 records!

BABYMETAL and their latest Studio Album "Metal Resistance" break 2 records in United Kingdom. Shared by Kilimanjaro Promoter Alan Day, days ago, then for BABYMETAL and now confirmed by Metal Hammer, BABYMETAL broken 2 Brithsh sales records in just a few days! Check more details below. 


BABYMETAL break 2 records in United Kingdom!

Metal Hammer Magazine from UK announced today what was shared also by BABYMETAL and Kilimanjaro's promoter Alan Day. BABYMETAL broke 2 UK Records. First, BABYMETAL jumped up to #7 in the Official Charts with "Metal Resistance" becoming in the highest-ever position for a Japanese act! But also, BABYMETAL sold more merch at Wembley Arena than any other artist that played at Wembley Arena! 


Read more about it from Metal Hammer: 

Babymetal score highest-ever UK chart entry by Japanese band after achieveing highest-ever merch sales at Wembley Arena.

Last night the record was confirmed at the number seven position in the UK midweek album chart, which is the highest-ever entry by a Japanese band.


That came after the trio achieved the highest-ever merchandise takings for a one-day production in the history of the Wembley Arena venue, during their sold-out performance on Saturday. The show was streamed live to their home country.


The band’s Su-Metal says: “With our Wembley show we managed to unite UK and Japan, and we all became one together. It was an awesome feeling.”. Wembley Arena general manager John Drury confirms: “The Babymetal show broke our all-times sales record.”


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