Music Review: Royz

Visual Kei is my favorite genre of music; I love how this type of genre has a lots of beats to soft rhythm music. The songs have such deep meanings to them, unlike most music in today’s society. I can listen to Visual Kei anytime of the day, and it keeps me happy and energetic.

Royz is one of my favorite Visual Kei bands because they give a lot of life and emotion to their music. The members of the band are funny and very sweet to all of their fans. They truly devote themselves to their music and their fans.  

Royz is a Japanese Visual Kei band and are part of a Japanese music movement and subculture that has been popular since the 1980s. They usually are coupled with androgynous aesthetics.

The members consist of Subaru, the vocalist, Kuina, the Guitarist, Koudai, the Bassist, and Tomoya, the Drummer. According to jpopasia, Royz was formed on September 18th 2009 and is one of the most popular Visual Kei bands in the world. Their music has many different genres, with the added benefit of their various makeup styles, elaborate clothing, and hairstyles.

In my opinion, Royz is at the top of the Visual Kei industry. Every song they create is different, avoiding the cliche of sound-alike songs. The music keeps you guessing, wondering what the next song will be like.

I have been a fan of Royz for a long time, and their music always brings my spirit up and makes me smile. While Visual Kei may not be everyone’s type of music, if you are looking for a new band to listen to, I definitely recommend checking out Royz.   

Download Royz from iTunes