Six member boy group Boyfriend will be releasing their first Japanese full length album soon, as news about "SEVENTH MISSION" was revealed through the group's Japanese homepage.
"SEVENTH MISSION" will be available in four different versions. There will be two limited releases, A and B, a Lawson and HMV release, and a CD Only version. Limited Edition type A comes in a special box, together with a member character charm, and an extra DVD with an hour long video of the group's "NIPPON BUDOKAN PREMIUM SHOWCASE LIVE." Limited type B has a DVD including a 30 minutes long special movie, while the additional contents for the Lawson and HMV release have yet to be revealed. The latter does come with a 48p photobook.
All three aforementioned versions include an eleven song tracklist, while the regular CD Only release comes with a bonus track, making its tracklist 12 songs long.
Along with details on the various versions, the title of the album was also explained. While the group only has six members, "SEVENTH MISSION" contains seven missions, where the seventh mission stands for the fans. When the Boyfriend members and the fans are put together, "SEVENTH MISSION" is created.
"SEVENTH MISSION" will be released on May 29th. It will include all earlier released singles such as "Be My Shine."
Will you be anticipating their first Japanese full length album?