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BEAST To Hold 'Hang Out Live On Air' With Fans Before Comeback!

By Staff Writer | July 10, 2012 08:30 AM EDT

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BEAST will be coming back in July since their last promotion over a year ago.

BEAST will be holding a special 'Hang Out Live On Air' event on their Google+ page to commemorate their 1000 days since debut as well as announcing details about their upcoming comeback.

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This event was decided upon by the members as they wanted to announce the news first to their fans who have waited for their comeback patiently for the past year and 2 months.

Instead of the usual official announcement and the opening of a teaser site to start off their promotions for their comeback, to make this promotion different from the usual, BEAST will be holding the live session to deliver their thoughts and emotions on coming back and the detail of other various happenings in their lives for their fans.

Meanwhile, BEAST will collaborate with German choreographer Robert Steinbach to release a DVD titled, "BEAST Body Art" in September.

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