This band played their first concert on October 2009 at Shinjuku, after which they quickly began gaining popularity. As time went by they attended festivals such as Gekirock and Bloodaxe, including nonstop tours throughout Japan.
The combination of deathcore and melodic metalcore mixed with the strenght of two guitars and the energic and everchanging voices accompanied by electronic touchs are the main characteristics of this band.
Nocturnal Bloodlust was at first a metalcore and deathcore band without visual kei influence. On January 2011 they released their first single as band, divided in two parts: “Voices of the Apocalypse –sins & virtues-“ both with complementary covers which represent “sins” and “virtues”.
The band began their revolution, looking for new changes and on February 2012 two members left: Junpei (guitar) and Gaku (bass), soon after switched by Natsu and Daichi; Nocturnal Bloodlust made their debut in the visual kei scene with their first album “Ivy” and their first single in PV form named “Bury Me” at the end of March of the same year.
Since their successful start they’ve released an album, two mini albums, over 10 singles and 7 PVs.
- Hiro (尋): Vocal
- Cazqui: Guitar and programming
- Masa: Bass and backing vocals
- Natsu: Drums
- Daichi: Guitar
Defect in Perfection (2010)
- Mini albums:
Voices of Apocalypse –sins&virtues- (2011)
Bury Me (Single + DVD, 2012)
Bury Me (2012)