早在2008年6月，ALDIOUS就在日本大阪成立了乐队，Rami担任主唱，Yoshi担任吉他手。 2008年11月，他们的两首歌曲被收录在一张名为“ Red Hot Burning Hell Vol.16”的合辑中。 Toki（吉他）于2009年1月加入乐队，之后于同年11月发行了自己的首张4首歌曲EP，名为“ Dear Slave”。 “亲爱的奴隶”在日本各地的许多金属音乐商店中广受欢迎并售罄。 ALDIOUS在原始贝司手Sawa回归后正式组建，并于2010年3月在鼓上加入了Aruto。乐队此时还发行了一个专门制作女孩金属的唱片，名为“ Bright Star Records”。随着乐队开始在互联网上获得认可，2010年4月，ALDIOUS与Spinning签约，成为该品牌的第一支国内女孩金属乐队，并于7月发行了他们的第一支单曲“ Defended Desire”。该单曲在ORICON每周独立排行榜上排名第四，在每周单曲排行榜上排名第49，在每日排行榜上排名第24。
继他们的单曲之后，ALDIOUS在10月发行了他们的第一张完整专辑“ Deep Exceed”。这张专辑成功地登上了ORICON每周独立专辑的排行榜，并且在每周专辑排行榜上排名第15位，在每日排行榜上排名第7位。发布后，ALDIOUS在东京和名古屋进行了脱销的表演，还在大阪俱乐部Quattro进行了他们的第一次个展，这也卖光了。
2011年1月，ALDIOUS在两个受欢迎的电视节目“ Sukkiri”（日本电视台）和“ MezaNew”（富士电视台）上亮相，成功赢得了更强大的粉丝群。 2011年4月，乐队发行了第二张单曲“ Mermaid”，在ORICON排行榜上排名第16（每天），第20（每周）和第1（每周独立）。 ALDIOUS在东京，名古屋和大阪的首次个人巡回演唱会上演出，所有演出均售罄。同年10月下旬，ALDIOUS出现在流行的电视节目“ Happy Music”（日本电视台）中，然后发行了第二张专辑“ Determination”，该专辑在音乐排行榜上分别排名第8（每天），第13（每周）和第2（每周独立）。 ORICON图表。专辑中的歌曲“ Spirit Black”被用作电视节目“ Shimura Ken”（富士电视台）的结尾主题。
ALDIOUS于11月至12月继续进行了6市售罄的巡回演出，其中包括东京涩谷O-East等著名景点。 2012年5月，ALDIOUS进行了再演，在东京的赤坂BLITZ，名古屋的CLUB Diamond Hall和大阪的BIGCAT等更大的场所进行了表演。然后，ALDIOUS继续发行了现场DVD，其中包含他们在涩谷O-EAST 2011巡回演唱会上的表演。在音乐DVD中，该DVD在ORICON图表中排名第二，在所有DVD中排名第六。巡回演出后，由于个人健康问题，主唱Rami与乐队分开了。尽管拉米退出了乐队，但ALDIOUS仍在寻找新歌手的同时继续创作歌曲。 ALDIOUS在8月份聘请Re：NO作为他们的新歌手，然后发行了第三张单曲“ White Crow”。该单曲在ORICON排行榜中的排名在每周单曲榜上排名第19，在日排行榜上排名第14，在每周独立单曲榜上排名第3。
2013年5月，乐队发行了他们的第三张专辑“ District Zero”，在ORICON日度排行榜上排名第四，在周度排行榜上排名第七。这标志着ORICON图表历史上一个独立唱片公司的所有女子乐队的新记录。专辑“ District Zero”中的歌曲“ Scrash”被用作6月和7月在TBS上电视节目“ Ranking Kingdom”的结尾主题。
然后，爱迪迪斯（ALDIOUS）从7月开始参加零区巡回演唱会，在日本的10个城市演出，包括东京涩谷O-East等场地。乐队还参加了包括Hammerball 2013音乐节在内的各种活动和节日。 ALDIOUS于10月发行了他们的下一个双人A面单曲“ Dominator / I Not Like Me”。该单曲在ORICON图表上排名第10（每天），第12（每周）和第1（每周独立）。在USEN J-POP HOT 30上，对民谣“我不喜欢我”的需求很高，在排行榜上排名第16位，为乐队创造了新的粉丝群。 ALDIOUS在11月进行了8个城市的个人巡回演出，首次在香川县和冈山市等城市进行演出。
2014年2月，ALDIOUS在名古屋俱乐部Quattro和大阪梅田俱乐部Quattro举行了额外的演出，然后参加了Pure Rock Japan Extra Vol.1音乐节。乐队发行了另一张现场DVD，名为“ District Zero Tour〜Shibuya O-East现场”，这是他们的第一张唱片。
ALDIOUS joined forces in Osaka, Japan, back in June 2008, with Rami on vocals and Yoshi on guitar. In November 2008, 2 of their songs were featured on a compilation album titled “Red Hot Burning Hell Vol.16″. In January 2009 Toki (guitar) joined the band prior to the band’s self-produced first 4-song EP titled “Dear Slave” which was released in November of the same year. “Dear Slave” was well received and sold out in many metal music stores around Japan. ALDIOUS was officially formed upon the return of original bass player Sawa, along with the addition of Aruto on drums in March 2010. The band also launched a label specializing in girls metal called “Bright Star Records” at this time. As the band started to gain recognition on the Internet, in April 2010 ALDIOUS signed with Spinning as the first domestic girls metal band for the label and released their first single “Defended Desire” in July. The single ranked 4th on the weekly ORICON indie chart, 49th on the weekly singles chart and 24th on the daily chart.
Following their single, ALDIOUS released their first full album “Deep Exceed” in October. The album successfully topped the weekly ORICON indie album chart, as well as ranking into 15th on the weekly album chart and 7th on the daily chart. Following the release, ALDIOUS performed sold out shows in Tokyo and Nagoya, also performing their first solo show at the Osaka Club Quattro which also sold out.
In January 2011, ALDIOUS made appearances on two popular TV show called “Sukkiri” (Nippon Television) and “MezaNew” (Fuji Television), successfully gaining a stronger fan base. In April 2011, the band released their second single “Mermaid” which ranked into 16th (daily), 20th (weekly) and 1st (weekly indie) on the ORICON charts. ALDIOUS went on to perform on their first solo tour, playing in Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka, in which all shows successfully sold out. Later the same year in October, ALDIOUS appeared on popular TV show “Happy Music” (Nippon Television) prior to releasing their second album “Determination” which ranked into 8th (daily), 13th (weekly) and 2nd (weekly indie) on the ORICON charts. The song “Spirit Black” from the album was used as the ending theme for the TV show “Shimura Ken” (Fuji Television).
ALDIOUS went on to do a 6-city sold out tour in November to December, including renowned venues such as the Shibuya O-East in Tokyo. In May 2012, ALDIOUS conducted an encore tour, performing in yet bigger venues such as the Akasaka BLITZ in Tokyo, CLUB Diamond Hall in Nagoya, and the BIGCAT in Osaka. ALDIOUS then went on to release a live DVD featuring their show at Shibuya O-EAST during their 2011Determination Tour. The DVD ranked in the ORICON charts at 2nd for music DVDs and 6th among all DVD titles. Following the tour, lead vocalist Rami parted ways with the band due to personal health issues. Despite Rami’s withdrawal from the band, ALDIOUS continued their songwriting while searching for a new singer. ALDIOUS recruited Re:NO as their new singer in August, and went on to release their 3rd single “White Crow”. The single ranked into the ORICON charts at 19th on the weekly singles chart, 14th on the daily charts and 3rd on the weekly indie singles chart.
In November the band went on tour with THE AGONIST as a supporting band, performing in Tokyo (Shibuya O-East), Nagoya (Club Quattro), and Osaka (Osaka Big Cat).
ALDIOUS also went on for a solo tour from the end of November, playing in 5 cities including the Shibuya O-East in Tokyo. ALDIOUS also made their second appearance on the TV show “Happy music” in December.
In May 2013, the band released their 3rd Album “District Zero” which accomplished a remarkable ranking of 4th on the ORICON daily chart and 7th on the weekly chart. This marked a new record for an all girls band from an independent label in the history of the ORICON charts. The song “Scrash” from the album “District Zero” was used as the ending theme for the TV program “Ranking Kingdom” on TBS for June and July.
ALDIOUS then went out on the District Zero Tour starting in July, performing in 10 cities around Japan, including venues such as the Shibuya O-East in Tokyo. The band also made appearances at various events and festivals including the Hammerball 2013 Festival. ALDIOUS released their next double A-side single “Dominator / I Don’t Like Me” in October. The single ranked into 10th (daily), 12th (weekly) and 1st (weekly indie) on the ORICON charts. The ballad “I Don’t Like Me” was on high demand for requests on the USEN J-POP HOT 30, ranking in at #16 on the chart, creating a new fan base for the band. ALDIOUS went on an 8-city solo tour in November, with shows for the first time in cities such as Kagawa and Okayama.
In February 2014, ALDIOUS held extra shows at the Nagoya Club Quattro and Osaka Umeda Club Quattro before taking part in the Pure Rock Japan Extra Vol.1 Festival. The band released another live DVD titled “District Zero Tour ~ Live at Shibuya O-East” which was their first
2010 – Aldious – Deep Exceed
2010 – Aldious – Defended desire (single)
2011 – Aldious – Determination
2011 – Aldious – Mermaid (single)
2012 – Aldious – White crow (single)
2013 – Aldious – District zero
2013 – Aldious – Dominator – I don’t like me (single)
2014 – Aldious – Dazed and delight
2015 – Aldious – Die for you – Dearly – Believe myself (single)
2015 – Aldious – Radiant A
2017 – Aldious – Live Unlimited Diffusion (LIVE) (2CD)
2017 – Aldious – Unlimited diffusion
2017 – Aldious – We are (EP)