The short-lived industrial/gothic act Eve of Destiny had Japanese origins, but was mostly active in Europe, targeting the region’s thriving gothic scene. In the beginning a one-man music group of Haruhiko Ash, person in the punk/hard rock-band the Zolge, he debuted using the track “Desperado” around the U.S. compilation Dark Bible, and offered his first display in the world’s primary darkside festival Influx Gothic Treffen. That stint was accompanied by a three-year hiatus, however the task got another increase in 2002, when it extended to a duo that included the guitarist Kozi from the gothic/visible kei masterminds Malice Mizer, which had opted on hiatus in 2001. The brand new Eve of Future started by touring abroad — they performed Philippines, later on New Zealand and Switzerland, and in 2003-2004 toured a whole lot of night clubs in both Japan and European countries, getting a fanbase in Australia aswell. That and the addition of their songs on many gothic music compilations recommended a promising potential, but all was ruined by mismanagement from the label: German Celtic Group Creation, to which Eve of Future agreed upon in 2005, postponed their debut EP Anxious & Innocence, botched the celebration it tried to arrange, and finally shut down once and for all. That was the finish for Eve of Future as well, using the music group ceasing activity in 2006, and both people keeping a minimal profile since.