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SHINee to Welcome 2016 with Newest Album ‘DxDxD and Conquer Japan with Dome Tours

December 12
10:29 AM 2015

SHINee is definitely feeling pumped up for 2016 as it begins the year of the monkey with the release of its newest Japanese album entitled "DxDxD" and commences another round of its annual Japanese Arena Tour, this time bearing the name of "SHINee World 2016: DxDxD."

The quintet's Japanese fans "SHINee World J" will surely be thrilled to know that the boys are most likely going to stay in Japan for the first quarter of 2016 to concentrate on the promotion of their fourth full-length album "DxDxD" and to remain in the country until April for their Japanese Arena Tour.

The mentioned studio album will have 12 tracks in total including the Japanese version of their Korean comeback title track "View," their year-end chart topping single "Your Number," and their very recent release "Sing Your Song."

The bearing album title "DxDxD" will also be the lead track and will introduce songs such as "Wishful thinking," "Wanted," "Boys will be Boys," and a lot more.

Universal Music Japan who handles the group's Japanese album production recently released the teaser video which reveals the concept image to be darker than what SHINee has been making in their Japanese advancements, although it still retains the signature vividness that fans will immediately recognize to be none other than SHINee's.

Meanwhile, after the wide success of their first two-day memorable Tokyo Dome stage last March, getting dubbed as one of "K-Pop's finests," SHINee is returning with a more formal dome tour as part of the Japan Arena Tour, at Kyocera Dome on the 14th and 15th of May next year and will be welcomed back to Tokyo Dome on the 18th and 19th of the same month.

The five-membered group, however, will already lodge in Japan for their promotional activities and in time for their first concert stage this year at Marine Messe in Fukuoka starting January 30th.

The Arena Tour will tentatively end on April 24th consisting of at least 20 concert stages that are subject for possible date and venue changes and additions.

While SHINee focused on their Korean comeback this 2015 with a distinctive album "Odd" and an excellent choreography for their repackage "Married to the Music," it seems that the group will even out their promotional time by dominating the Japanese market this coming year beginning with the release of their fourth album "DxDxD" that will be available on music stores right on January 1, 2016. 

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