After the release of their 2nd full length album ‘JORIMANA’, AlienZ finally started touring Nationally, performing at different colleges from the different parts of India. Tour started with the smashing performance at hometown Kolkata for Pailan College of Management and Technology (PCMT) on 2nd September. Young crowd went crazy when the band for the 1st time on the stage, performed their unreleased new Hindi Original called ‘Jeet ki awaj’ which is specially written celebrating youth and freedom of expression. AlienZ has assured that they will release this number very soon, may be within a couple of months.
After Pailan, the Band flied to Chattisgarh and on 3rd September they won the hearts of the crowd as well as the faculties of the renowned National Institute of Technology or NIT, Raipur with their kickass performance as a part of the National Propaganda called ‘Sankalp Se Siddhi – Yeh India Ka Time Hai’. They performed their two Hindi Originals ‘Bas’ and the new one ‘Jeet ki awaj’ along with some patriotic songs like Maa Tujhe Salaam and Alienic recreations of some retro songs like Joota Hai Japani and DumaDum Mastkalandar.
After Raipur the Band flied to Bihar. They performed at NIT, Patna on 5th September. AlienZ rocked the crowd again with the opening number Vande Mataram which was followed by their original Hindi number ‘Bas’. A massive crowd of near about 3000 students were enjoying like anything and they were gone absolutely crazy when AlienZ started their brand new Hindi Original ‘Jeet ki awaj’. A huge part of the crowd was doing something that resembles ‘Mosh pit’ (a well known act in Metal Music). They was running throughout the vast ground along with the beat of the song. The Drums Bass solo improvisation had been a signature part of all the shows when Tamal moved to Drums, Himadri (Appu) moved to Dodo and played the bass with Drumsticks. The one and half hour setlist completed with A R Rahman’s Maa Tujhe Salaam.
After three back to back superhit concerts AlienZ is getting ready to rock at Calcutta University Hall for Vidyasagar College Fest which is scheduled to be held on 8th September. After that the Band will travel to Behrampur on 18th September for Jiyagunge Engineering College Fest. More updates are coming soon