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ONE OK ROCK’s “Take What You Want” ft. 5 Seconds Of Summer Will Give You Rock X Pop Closure

Japanese rock quartet, ONE OK ROCK, brings boyband British pop into their soundscape with 5 Seconds Of Summer in “Take What You Want.” The piece has some punk flavor to it, where the fieriness of percussive thumps is balanced with the lightness of pop. mais 216 palavras


One Ok Rock at the REBEL Toronto

These are concert captures of the Japanese rock band One Ok Rock (pronounced in Japanese as “one o’clock”) when they performed at REBEL: Toronto’s Premier Night club. mais 58 palavras

Concert Photography

the live chronicles: girls and boys, be ambitious

When Taking Off dropped, I was less than thrilled. It sounded over-processed and too much like Fueled by Ramen had rubbed off on a band that I loved. mais 2.359 palavras

One Ok Rock

Photos: One Ok Rock, CRUISR @ Rebel

Photos by: Katrina Lat – 

Japanese alt rock band One Ok Rock, who released their eighth album, Ambitions, on January 11th, 2017 via A-Sketch, which featured the singles “Always Coming Back”, “Taking Off”, “Bedroom Warfare”, “I Was King”, and “We Are”, and which followed up their 2015 album,  mais 368 palavras


Album Review : One Ok Rock - Ambitions

One Ok Rock are a Japanese rock band who despite staying active since 2005, have only just begun to blow up in the alternative scene. Their music was originally written and recorded in their own language, but in recent years has branched out into English, causing the group to tour with established bands such as All Time Low, Issues and 5 Seconds of Summer, as well as appearing on RockSound’s 10 year tribute to My Chemical Romance’s The Black Parade. mais 304 palavras


Lost in Tonight - ONE OK ROCK

Lost in Tonight – ONE OK ROCK

lyrics&music: Taka, Churko Kane
Album: Ambitions (Japanese ver.) (2017) mais 665 palavras


One Ok Rock Reveal New Video

Remember that One Ok Rock album that was released last week?

Well, they’ve just released a brand new video on the track that features 5 Seconds of Summer, ‘Take what You Want’.

Check it Out below: