She resurfaced in January 2015 as part of Octaviagrace. They also opened for in Hong Kong on August 30. On April 16 they played with thrash metal band , the following day with singer , and later Show-Ya frontwoman on May 3. The band switched labels to , released their second album Bloody Palace on October 7, and began the Invasion of Queen tour on October 17. They released their third album Fate on October 26, 2016.
Teaming up, hanako and Yuri formed Albion later that year. Another Destrose alumni, Saki, was then recruited as guitarist, and the lineup of Eye, Mari, Saki and bassist Rio was finalized in September. Marina was also on hand for their first overseas gig at Tokyo in Tulsa. It may be of little or no consolation to the band itself, but an upside to this line-up volatility was many departing members went on pursue projects of their own. She was present for the recording of the third single Fenixx -to revive-, and left in April 2012 in circumstances said to not be entirely amicable.
A month later, hanako was also gone. She featured on all post- Fenixx -to revive- releases, and wrote Eutopia for the 2014 mini-album The Prologue. They were the opening act for on September 25. Alas, the band enjoyed only modest success in their decade-long career before going on indefinite hiatus in July 2015, hampered by a perpetually unstable line-up. Mary's Blood hosted the Grand Cross tour 2016, where they performed with three different acts at each concert.
They were quick to put out their first album, A Light in the Black, and the duo soon recruited a rhythm section. After switching labels to , Mary's Blood released their fourth album Revenant on April 18, 2018. They made their major debut with Nippon Columbia in August 2014, moving to Victor in 2015. Mary's Blood performed in , Texas at 2013. .
Bassist Sakae lasted just six months, however, leaving last December. Album Mardelas I followed in April 2015. The band supported it with the Change the Fate tour that began on October 28, and ended on January 22, 2017 with Sun-go and Hitoki as guests. They performed at 2015's Naon no Yaon festival, a rock festival held by that features only female bands. No article published on this website is used for commercial purposes. In 2012, Chiba, Niboshi and Eri all left Mary's Blood in quick succession.
The band signed with major record label and released their first album Countdown to Evolution on August 20, 2014. . . . .
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