In 2017 the Visual Kei metal band DEVILOOF announced the plans for a European tour in 2018, but today the band announced that the plans are moved to 2019. With that announcement, the band announced five other announcements, such as a ‘new regime’ one-man, a three-month consecutive single release, a release of their second full album, a two-man tour project, and a one-man tour to celebrate the release of the upcoming album. More information for the new regime and a release of a music video will be published on 1 February 2019.
2018 turned out to be a turbulent year for the band, as the band lost their guitarist Seiya and drummer Hiroto this Summer. The band did let their fans know that DEVILOOF wasn’t planning to stop at all and the announcements of today shows that they are planning to keep on going headstrong. There was also good news, this year. The band signed with the label DangeCrue 9th Records at the beginning of the year.
For now, it is waiting for the news of the upcoming European tour.