ONE OK ROCK's new album "Eye of the Storm" will drop on February 13, 2019.
The album will be comprised of a total of 13 tracks including "Change," which was the CM song for ONE OK ROCK×HondaJet, and "In the Stars" featuring Kiiara. The Limited Edition will come with a DVD containing acoustic sessions in the studio.
BUMP OF CHICKEN have dropped the PVs for their songs "Sirius" and "Bouen no March."
"Sirius" was released as a digital single on September 24, and it was used as the opening theme for TV anime 'Juushinki Pandora' since April. The PV was shot at a drone racetrack, and it shows the four members performing on a stage of CG projection.
Momoiro Clover Z have dropped the PV for their new song "Re:Story."
"Re:Story" is the first single that the group released from their 5-month consecutive digital release project. Directed by Yamagishi Santa, the PV follows the journey of four young boys who are featured on the single's jacket cover. The boys end up at ZOZO Marine Stadium, which is the venue for 'MomocloMania2018 -Road to 2020-.'
YUKI's new single "Traumerei" will drop in stores on September 19.
The title track is the theme song to Arimura Kasumi's starring film 'Coffee ga Samenai Uchi ni.' It was both written and produced by YUKI after she read the novel that the movie is based on. You can listen to a clip of "Traumerei" in the trailer for the movie below.
RADWIMPS have dropped the full PV for their new song "Catharsis."
"Catharsis" is the title track to the band's new single released on June 6. It was written as the theme song for Fuji TV's soccer broadcast. Directed by Kakimoto Kensaku, the PV features appearances by various young artists and is set in a city of the unexplored future.
Mazda North American Operations has announced its sales figures for 2017, totaling 289,470 units.
That marks a 2.8 percent decrease compared to 2016, although there were 306 selling days this year compared to 305 last year. Taking that into consideration, the full-year Daily Selling Rate (DSR) saw a 3.1-percent drop. But the total sales figure includes fleet and retail and Mazda has continued to significantly reduce fleet sales as part of its brand value management strategy. This year, the Japanese automaker sold 11,346 fleet vehicles, marking a significant decrease of 44.3 percent year-over-year. Removing fleet sales from the equation and looking at strictly retail sales, Mazda North America actually posts a 0.2-percent increase with 278,124 vehicles sold.
The 2018 Lexus RX 450h in the United States will have a significantly lower base price compared to last year. The model will now start at $45,695, which amounts to a $7,340 decrease compared to the 2017 $54,030 price.
All told, this means the RX hybrid will cost just $1,025 more than a regular RX 350 with all-wheel drive. Of course, this dramatic price difference comes at a cost — as outlined by Cars Direct, the RX 450h will now mirror the same optional equipment list as the RX 350.
Mazda Australia is now taking expressions of interest for the MX-5 RF Limited Edition, which features several equipment and mechanical upgrades to give the Japanese sports car an even sharper edge.
Just 110 units will be available locally, and the special MX-5 appears to be identical to the MX-5 RF RS revealed for the Japanese market last November.
Subaru, the company formerly known as Fuji Heavy Industries, said Monday it is ceasing production of its industrial products after more than 60 years in order to focus on its core automotive business. The change was effective Sept. 30.
"By concentrating management resources on Subaru's core automotive business, the company will further reinforce its business structure in the aim of substantially enhancing the Subaru brand and achieving even greater sustainable growth," the company said in a statement.