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Osaka, Japan (2006 – present)

Crossfaith is a Japanese band from Osaka that was formed in 2006. The band consists of vocalist Kenta Koie, guitarist Kazuki Takemura, bassist Hiroki Ikegawa, drummer Tatsuya Amano and keyboardist/programmer Terufumi Tamano. They released their third full-length album Apocalyze in Japan on 4th September 2013 through Search and Destroy Records. It was also released in North America by The End a day earlier. The album was produced by Machine (Lamb of God, Every Time I Die, Four Year Strong) and was their breakthrough release that received international acclaim.

The band is considered to play the style of music known as , due to their blend of influences from , , , and . They have thus been described as “Slipknot tearing The Prodigy limb from limb.”

In their early touring history they supported bands like Hatebreed, Machine Head, In This Moment, Bleeding Through, The Used August Burns Red, and Memphis May Fire. In March 2011, Tragic Hero Records signed Crossfaith for an American release of their second album The Dream, The Space.

In 2012 Crossfaith’s tour schedule for around the Europe expanded, supporting Of Mice & Men with Bury Tomorrow and later in the year supporting While She Sleeps alongside Bleed from Within and Polar in September. In August the band went to Japan to play the Summer Sonic festival, the largest festival in the country, where they played at 3am to 10,000 people.


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