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Crossfaith, the Japanese heavy metal band hailing from Osaka, have dropped a new music video for Destroy.
Taken from their latest album which was released earlier this year, Destroy is a fast-paced energetic track and now has a fiery live music video to accompany it.
Featuring a cameo from American hip hoppers Ho99o9, Destroy can be found on the bands fifth studio album EX_MACHINA, which follows 2015’s Xeno and marks what could be the band’s heaviest release to date.
Speaking of the new video, lead vocalist Kenta Koie said ‘This was made from footage of our new series of tour called ‘NITROPOLIS’, which happened in late August with lots of unique artists like Ho99o9, Ocean Grove, ANARCHY and more. We don’t want to talk about genre anymore, but just see what’s happening on the floor. We made the bomb with Ho99o9! Rage it out!’
Since their inception, Crossfaith have fused rock, metal and electronica with far-reaching ideas that have built the band a solid fanbase. EX_MACHINA continues this trend and offers fans more of the skilfully crafted music that rocks the band’s live shows and gets the crowd moving.
With a number of Japan and world tours under their belts, and multiple appearances across Australia since their inception in 2006, Crossfaith will once more return to Australia, this time for an exclusive show at UNIFY Gathering early next year.
Taking place in January, Crossfaith will join the likes of Underoath, Taking Back Sunday and In Hearts Wake, along with many more, for a show that will undoubtedly please fans across the three day Gathering, starting January 11th and wrapping up on the 13th.