The gates are open

After a few early successes, D-Devils rose to international fame with The 6th Gate and Judgement Day. The band scored gold records in Belgium and Denmark, and a platinum record in Greece, where it also reached number one in the charts. In addition, the group’s songs were highly popular in the Netherlands, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil, as well as with some radio stations in the United States. In 2014, the famous radio DJ from Belgium, Gunther D, released a cover version of The 6th Gate (called Dance With The Devils) to cheer on the Belgian national football team during the World Cup in Brazil. His version again reached the number-one spot in the Belgian charts.

Now, D-Devils is back for more. With their stories often set in a dark world, the band offers a home for outcasts and extraordinary people. The main message? It’s OK to be different, it’s OK to be you. And with their own original style of music, D-Devils is the first to live by this creed.