Ahead of their 15th anniversary of “Atlas Of Faith” tour in their homeland, Japanese Industrial Metalcore outfit Crossfaith have premiered a second new single following “Slave Of Chaos” in just six weeks. Doing the oh so complex mathematics, that means nine singles since their last album 2019’s “EX_Machina” as “Feel Alive” lands via UNFD records
As Japanese Industrial Metalcore merchants Crossfaith celebrate the 15th Anniversary of their inception in 2006 with the “Atlas Of Faith” tour across their homeland, we figured it would be a good time to roll back the years to their first ever music video. A live performance for their song “Blue” filmed at Tokyo Shibuya Cyclone
2020 would have seen Japanese Metallers Crossfaith marching across Europe but instead they have spend the time in the studio. A new EP in “Species“, a remix EP in “Kids Still Want A New Acid” and a clutch of singles including “Dead or Alive” which dropped in February. So what do they have to offer
Their current album “EX_Machina” may ask more questions than it answers in terms of their future direction but Japanese Metallers Crossfaith don’t half know how to put on a live show. They’ll be back upon our shores for a string of dates at the end of their European Tour in March 2020. Let’s hope that
Australia’s Unify Festival in Tarwin Lower, Victoria moved to a new, larger site for the 2019 incarnation and Japanese Metallers Crossfaith benefited from that with a larger audience! Here’s a Pro-Shot cut of “Catastrophe” from current album “EX_Machina” out now via UNFY.
Courtesy of Shocker999 here’s a full set from Crossfaith at Red in Moscow Russia on 27th September. The set may not include their infamous Prodigy cover but it does include the cult classic “Jagerbomb”. We prefer ours neat but the song is a classy party metal anthem. The bands tour will arrive upon our shores
As far as Nu-Metal goes there isnt much to argue against the first two Linkin Park albums being fine examples. Sadly, the recently released Crossfaith album “EX_Machina” can’t garner much in the way of praise at all, with the exception of one track. Their cover of “Faint” which features Masato from Coldrain. Baltimore, Maryland Metalcore