I like D'espairsRay's use of synths in songs like Maze and Forbidden. I like this band, seems like they do best with faster, more upbeat songs. Good for when I'm in a good mood, I shall have to look into finding some of their CDs.
This is probably my favourite Japanese band right now, I wish they would move away from the Hellhammer/Celtic Frost influence a little more and maybe add some reverb to her harsher vocals, as well as mixing them just a little quieter. They seem a bit too caught up in the 80s aesthetic, but they're just so cute :3 .
I was into VisKei when I was younger, more for the looks than for the music, but that seems par for the course for many VisKei fans.
I am a big fan of Janne da Arc which has its roots in VisKei, but despite moving away from that image, they still have that sort of reputation among the youth culture... I mean a lot of their music is like pop rock synth stuff now D:
I think Acid Black Cherry, the JDA vocalist's current solo project, is supposed to be more VisKei... but I'm not really a fan so much. :x