ELFs, Super Junior is back!
Earlier this moment, it was revealed that Super Junior aka SuJu will be making a comeback with the release of “Devil”, a special album to commemorate SuJu’s 10th anniversary since their debut. It was also said that “Devil” would serve as a way for the boys to express their gratitude and thanks for the friendship between the members and the love that their fans have shown them.
To add on, on 11th July (Saturday), the song was revealed at the encore concert of “Super Show 6” in Seoul. Before they wrapped up the show, leader Leeteuk said:
If “Sorry Sorry” was the song that let the world know about Super Junior, it’s time now that our representative song has changed. Super Junior’s representative song will now be “Devil”. For the first time in SM history, the music video for “Devil” will be rated 19+. Since the fans aged as well in the 10 years that we were working, we thought there were no problems in filming a 19+ MV.
Note: In South Korea, any show or music video given a 19+ rating cannot be aired on Korean TV from 7am – 9am and 1pm to 10pm.
Which more or less cancels out primetime slots aka the most important broadcast slots.
From what we know, “Devil” was created in collaboration with several creative directors, including The Stereotypes, who worked on songs performed by many top American artists including Chris Brown, Ne-Yo, and Far East Movement. SM Entertainment’s in-house songwriter Kenzie also worked on “Devil”.
As for the music video, well, one can only expect the boys to be either devilishly hot or devilishly wicked 😉
The title track is of the same name of the album and there will be 9 other tracks, which means that “Devil” will come with a total of 10 songs. There will be various tracks included from their units as well e.g. Super Junior K.R.Y, Super Junior-T, Super Junior-M, D&E, etc.
“Devil” has been digitally released as of today, 16th July 2015.
For more information, hit up Super Junior’s Facebook page.