Little Lilith is an all-female metal band from Japan, existing out of LILLY on vocals and violin, ERIKA on guitar, SHIORI on bass and YUKI on drums.
We’re pretty sure that most of you have no idea who these girls are, so please allow us to give you a short history lesson before we get to the tour information.
A brief history lesson
The group originally started activities in 2018, but the name of the project was changed to “Little Lilith” in April of 2019, followed by the release of their first album “Little Lilith” in November of the same year.
Their second album “嘘” (Uso) was released in August of 2021, and in December their genre was changed to “loud” during their first oneman live show and release of their first digital single “LadyBug”.
Continuing activities into 2022, their first demo CD “Rebuild” was released exclusively at a sponsored live event in March, followed by the release of their first EP “Graffiti” in July (for which a release tour with BRIDEAR and MAZE-BAND SET- was held in Nagoya and Osaka).
In March of 2023 the group released their second EP “STRIKE”, of which the title song was selected as the ending song for TV Asahi’s “Double Tap Mystery” in April, followed by a release tour in Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka and their second oneman live in July.
Ghost Tour 2023
And now they’re coming to Europe for a short tour in late October and early November.
During the tour they’ll visit Germany, France, Belgium and The Netherlands.
10/27 – Anime Festival (Kasssel, Germany)
10/29 – Paris Manga (Paris, France)
10/30 – Ratinger Hof (Düsseldorf, Germany)
11/02 – MEZZ (Breda, The Netherlands)
11/04 – L’Atelier Rock (Huy, Belgium)
11/05 – CPUNT (Hoofddorp, The Netherlands)
During the tour they’ll bring their cynical, surreal, stylish and doom “loud” sound to the stage for everyone to enjoy.
* In The Netherlands both shows are presented by AVO Magazine.
雪 (Yuki) is the owner and driving force behind Arlequin Magazine & Photography.
She started in 2009 as a photographer with Arlequin Photography, but due to a growing interest in journalism, translation and behind-the-scenes work in general the project burst out of it's seams in 2021 and expanded through the addition of Arlequin Magazine.
雪 (Yuki) is a native Dutch speaker and maintains both the English and Dutch sections of both Magazine and Photography with original content, translations and photography as well as all the behind-the-scenes work for both websites.
She speaks Dutch, English, Japanese and German.