The term "blue-eyed devil" is a racial epithet originating in Asia directed against people of European ancestry. Some white supremacists have adopted the term in recent decades and may refer to themselves as blue-eyed devils. In 1995, a white power music band emerged in Delaware that called itself the Blue Eyed Devils. The band created a distinctive logo consisting of a rounded Celtic Cross out of which a man points a gun. This logo became very popular among white supremacists and has long outlasted the band itself, which disbanded in the early 2000s. Many white supremacists sport tattoos of the band's logo, using it either as a generic white supremacist symbol or as an explicit reference to the band.
It should be noted that there have been other bands - bands with no connection to racism or white supremacy - that have also used the name of Blue Eyed Devils, so use of the term should be carefully examined in its context.