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Kenta ‘Ken’ Koie Vocals  |  Kazuki Takemura Guitar |  Hiroki ‘Hiro’ Ikegawa Bass |  Terufumi ‘Teru’ Tamano Keyboard  |  Tatsuya Amano Drums


Crossfaith have shown the world time and time again that they are the most unique and exhilarating of bands, and with this year’s universally acclaimed new album XENO they cemented their place at future-rock’s top table.

Produced by Josh Wilbur (Avenged Sevenfold, Lamb Of God, Hatebreed)  and mastered by Ted Jensen, XENO took the groundwork laid by 2013’s APOCALYZE and 2012’s ZION EP as well as the band’s vast touring history and catapulted them into a whole new league. But it was almost a very different scenario entirely.

At the end of last summer, after a gruelling festival run, Kazuki confided in Ken that his hand felt slightly weird and he wasn’t comfortable playing guitar. He had, it transpires, suffered a cerebral haemorrhage and the issue with his hand was a minor manifestation of a deeply serious problem. “He was,” admits Ken grimly, “very lucky. We all were. We thought the band was finished, and this was the worst thing that had ever happened to us.”

But because Crossfaith’s never-say-die attitude runs through his veins – in this case, a little too literally – Kazuki steamed through an intensive course of physical rehab that, helpfully, involved playing a lot of guitar. At this point, after working through Vanguard and the thrilling Ghost In The Mirror (on which Caleb Shomo from Ohio breakout rippers Beartooth guests), Teru told Kazuki that he had an idea about a character called Xeno. Or rather two characters.

But even the craziest story needs to be told the right way, and so Crossfaith set about writing their best and most accomplished album yet. And throughout Xeno all shades of human life are rendered: Paint It Black deals with gleeful revenge, Wildfire (enlivened by the exhilarating Benji Webbe from Skindred) is all parties and serotonin peaks and the colossal Tears Fall speaks of love and loss with the deftest of touches.


  • Awarded 6Ks out of 5 – Kerrang! Magazine


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Featured Video: Wipeout
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Wipeout sees Crossfaith elevate their craft yet higher in the way only they know how. With songs that both reference Final Fantasy VII and carry a timely warning of the dangers of nuclear power in the space of a few lines (“Vermillion Gold”), represent their maturation as songwriters (the title track had almost 50 choruses written for it) and look set to ignite the pit (well, all of them but mainly “Inside The Flames”), it’s another matchless addition to their canon.

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Devil’s Party: Watch Here | Taken from Xeno (2015)
Rx Overdrive: Watch Here | Taken from New Age Warriors (2016)
Freedom (feat. Rou Reynolds from Enter Shikari): Watch Here | Taken from Freedom (2017)
Rockstar Steady (feat. JESSE of THE BONEZ / RIZE ): Watch Here | Taken from Freedom (2017)
Wipeout: Watch Here | Taken from Wipeout (2018)

Promo Images:

Crossfaith – 2018

Album Artwork:

Xeno – 2015
New Age Warriors – 2016
New Age Warriors Remix EP – 2017
Freedom EP – 2017
Wipeout – 2018


LOGO – 2017


Crossfaith Bio – 2015