Is this guitar-playing cyborg from Japan the future of heavy metal? – Guitar World

Japanese hard-rockers Ironbunny are a Kawaii metal group fronted by three vocalists: Hina, Kotono and Minami. So far, so Babymetal. But do Babymetal have a cyborg guitarist who comes from a future 300 years ahead? Hell no.

Meet Ediee Ironbunny, the automated shred machine who has time-travelled back to 2019 in order to save rock n roll - and, as it happens, film an exclusive playthrough video for Guitar World.

This clip for new single 23 - twenty three showcases Ediees precision-engineered riff delivery system, as well as his/her/its astonishingly lifelike lead technique, complete with a slick tapping flourish to round out the solo.

(Image credit: Ironbunny)

Of course, no cyborg electric guitar performance would be complete without a fretboard equipped with cycling green LEDs, which appear in Ediees Combat Guitar IB7, also fitted with a Bare Knuckle Aftermath in the bridge and Sustainiac in the neck.

Ediees not the only supreme guitar talent to grace Ironbunnys debut album, Tettsui no alternative, either; Warren DeMartini, Doug Aldrich and George Lynch also lend their skills in honor of the bands noble quest.

Digging Ironbunnys message? You can hear the full track below and hop on over to ironbunny.jp for more info.

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Is this guitar-playing cyborg from Japan the future of heavy metal? - Guitar World

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