K-pop group Stray Kids announces new album MAXIDENT, which will be released on October 7, 2022; watch the comeback trailer : Bollywood News

After a release with ODDINARY and a world tour, South Korean powerhouse Stray Kids is ready for a comeback with the new album MAXIDENT. The official announcement was made on September 6 at midnight with a trailer.

K-pop group Stray Kids announces new album MAXIDENT, which will be released on October 7, 2022; watch the comeback trailer

In the trailer, Stray Kids members Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, HAN, Felix, Seungmin, and IN take over the city in what appears to be their rebellious nature. The title of the album is unique and MAXIDENT means, “An accident of the greatest proportion.”

Back in May 2022, Stray Kids EP ODDINARYreleased on March 18, became the band’s second million seller, following their second studio album ‘Not easy’ Last year. ODDINARY racked up around 1.3 million copies in pre-orders and sold 853,021 copies in its first week of release, according to album sales tracker Hanteo Chart.

Talk to bollywood hungama In April 2022, of the scale of the response to their previous album, Bang Chan said, “Honestly, I still can’t believe it. I still have a hard time accepting that we’ve come this far. here. But one thing for sure that all this was possible thanks to my beautiful members and our precious STAYS. And without thinking of specific objectives we just focus on our own pace because as long as we do our best better with what we are doing at the moment great results are bound to come naturally in the future.”

MAXIDENT will be released on October 7, 2022.

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