Kamijo is the vocalist of Versailles, and also the leader of the label Sherow Artist Society.
美辞麗句 (Bijireiku) - 199? ~ 199?
LAREINE - November 1994 ~ August 2000; March 26th 2003 ~ February 18th 2007
LAREINE [as a solo artist] - August 2000 ~ June 2001; August 2002 ~ March 26th 2003
NEW SODMY - March 2001 ~ August 27th 2002
Versailles - March 30th 2007 ~ present
On the 1994, November KAMIJO formed LARIENE, the group was initially signed to Applause Records. The band gained success on the indie scene, shortly after they changed their name to Lareine in 1996. In 1999 they obtained their first major contract with Sony Music Entertainment, but in August 2000 the band suddenly disbanded. Then, KAMIJO decided to continue his career as a solo artist, still using the name Lareine, and published the album Scream.
KAMIJO ended his solo project in June 2001 to start NEW SODMY with MAYU, former guitarist of Lareine. This band also didn't last very long, and disbanded shortly after the debut album's release. In august 2002 KAMIJO resumed Lareine's activities, while maintaining his solo career. The former members, MAYU, EMIRU and MACHI took part in the project as support members, and in 2003 they re-joined the band (except for the drummer, MACHI, who was replaced by Kazumi). In 2006, Kazumi decided to leave the band for his own personal reasons, and shortly after MAYU left the band. The last live of Lareine was held on the 31st of October with HIZAKI as a support guitarist.
KAMIJO also once composed Chinmoku no Hane for the KISAKI Project and took part as vocalist on KISAKI's session band KISAKI & Kansai Kizoku, as a special guest. In June 2007, he joined with HIZAKI to form a new band, Versailles, and he continues to serve as the band's vocalist.