DEVIZE to Disband

news - 05.12.2017 23:19
source: OHP
After just two years together, visual kei band DEVIZE have decided to call it a day.

They announced via a message on their official website that they will be disbanding after a final one-man at Higashi Koenji Niman Denatsu on March 24th, 2018.

They apologized to the fans and their staff for the sudden announcement and asked them to continue supporting them until the end, but did not mention any specific reason for ending the band.

However, fans still have something to look forward to from the band, as they will release two more singles before parting ways. Meaningless will hit stores on December 13th, and UNCERTAIN will come out on February 14th, 2018. They will also distribute a free coupling single with their labelmates Merry Badend titled NEO PUPA'18 at various indie record stores starting from January 2nd.

DEVIZE debuted in 2016, and they are signed to the Double River Record label. While they were originally a quartet, their bassist Teoh decided to retire a few months after he was hospitalized with acute liver dysfunction, and they have since been performing as a trio with a support member.

The video for their June single Fallin' Night can be viewed below.

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