Japanese female metal band Lovebites to take hiatus after bassist leaves



LOVER, the all-female heavy metal band from Tokyo, Japan, announced they would “take a break from all their activities” after the bassist leaves. Miho.

Miho shared the news of his release from LOVER in a statement earlier today. She said: “To all my loving and supportive fans, it was really difficult to make this decision, but I have to announce my departure from LOVER until August 17, 2021. Given the current state of the world, it has been difficult for me to say my goodbyes in person, so I really apologize for those who are shocked by this sudden announcement.

“Over the past two years, I have reflected and reconsidered how I can be myself as a musician. When I look back, this period has given me the opportunity to broaden my perspective in my professional life. and personal.

LOVER has been my life since 2016, and it still keeps my fondest memories, especially while playing Outdoor wacken realized one of my dreams even if it is still unreal for me.

“I couldn’t have done all of this without my bandmates, my team, my staff and the undying love and support from fans around the world. My words cannot describe how much I want to thank you all for all.

“I am parting ways with the band. However, my spirit for heavy metal never dies. LOVER will keep moving forward, so I really hope you all keep giving the same love for their future.

“Thank you again very much for all your love and support. Hope to see you again someday soon.”

Adding the remaining members of LOVER: “To our dear fans, first of all thank you all for always supporting LOVER.

“Today we have to let you know that our bassist, Miho, go away LOVER. We are sorry to bring such sad news to our fans and everyone who has supported us so far.

“After Miho told us she was considering leaving, the group and our staff had countless meetings to find a way for her to stay. But in the end we decided to respect Mihothe wish.

“When we think and feel for our fans, we struggle to find the right words to say.

“This is also a very difficult question, but we have to let you know that we will be suspending our activities because LOVER for a moment. However, we are definitely coming back. We kindly ask you to be patient until then.

“Thank you all for your continued support for LOVER‘future and for Mihois the future. “

LOVER‘last EP, “Glory, glory, to the world”, was released in March via JPU files. The effort was recorded in the darkness of the coronavirus pandemic and contained four EP-exclusive songs.

“Glory, glory, to the world” followed by the critically acclaimed album “Electric pentagram”, which debuted on the Oricon Album chart in Japan at No.9.

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