The end of the year tends to bring big announcements from bands, and DEVIZE is no exception. They have announced that they will disband at the end of March 2018. No reason has been given in their official comment.
Their last show will take place on March 24, 2018 at Higashi-koenji Niman Denatsu. They will also release a new single before their final farewell; “UNCERTAIN” will be released on February 14, 2018 in two types. Each type contains three tracks, with the final track differing depending on the type. It’s already available for pre-order on CDJapan, so click the links below if you’re interested.
DEVIZE “UNCERTAIN” Type A – 1,620 yen
DEVIZE “UNCERTAIN” Type B – 1620 yen
DEVIZE began activities in 2016. They originally had a four-member lineup, however bassist Teo took his leave of the band earlier this year. They were a member of Double River Records, based in Nagoya. They’ve released a number of singles since their formation, including the upcoming release in February 2018.
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