In the later 2000s, a fresh variety of visual kei bands surfaced who took the fashionable looks from the oshare arranged but shied from the garish colors, relentlessly positive outlook, and summery pop-punk sound, opting instead to include harder metallic elements and even more melancholy lyrical themes. In the indie picture, among the 1st (and essentially the most well-known) of the was Vistlip, an elegant quintet shaped on July 7, 2007 by previous members from the rings Replia and Jessica: vocalist Tomo, guitarists Yuh and Umi, bassist Rui, and drummer Tohya. After a reliable amount of gigging around Tokyo, they released their recording profession in Apr 2008 having a slickly created and packed mini-album, Revolver, getting visual followers’ attention from your get-go. The music group was praised because of its top-notch musicianship, and specifically for Tomo’s naturalistic lyrics. A reliable blast of singles adopted, and another mini-album, Patriot, made an appearance in Apr 2009. At the moment the music group was also taken to the interest of European followers with their addition on the next level of the J-Visualism compilation recording series, and in Oct they performed outside Japan for the very first time, in the Tsuki-Con convention in Helsinki, Finland. They finally released their 1st full-length recording, Theater, that Dec. It offered well domestically, and their worldwide popularity continued to improve. On July 30, 2010, the music group was involved with an automobile wreck in the street tunnel which led to the loss of life of their supervisor, Asako Sakakibara. The bandmembers survived with just minor accidental injuries, but had been devastated from the event. They instantly ceased all musical activity and continued a hiatus which would last for nearly a 12 months. In June, 2011 they finally came back with a fresh solitary, and in Dec of that 12 months their second recording, Order Made, premiered. While keeping a propulsive rock and roll feel, it had been a smoother and slicker affair musically, using the tough sides ironed out and offering many gorgeous and wonderful melodies. It performed better still than its forerunner, reaching amount 12 for the Oricon graphs, and the music group continued to visit from power to strength, chasing it up with two additional singles in 2012.