CROSSFAITH Releases 'Zion' EP And Unveils Video For 'Jägerbomb'

"Jägerbomb", the new video from the Japanese electro metalcore outfit CROSSFAITH, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's "Zion" EP, which was released in the U.K. on February 4 via Sony's Search & Destroy imprint. The CD is available in North America on The End Records.

Commented CROSSFAITH frontman Kenta Koie: "We're very excited to finally release our 'Zion' EP in the U.K. and Europe! The fans there have made us feel very welcome, and we promise that we'll be back very soon."

Having laid waste to the U.K. last year at the mighty Vans Warped Tour, the band has just been announced as main support for BRING ME THE HORIZON's upcoming U.K. tour in April/May.

"BRING ME THE HORIZON are one of my favourite bands," says Koie. "We are honoured to be on the road and partying with them in the country we love! It's gonna be mental! And please make sure to get your ticket and check out us. SEE YA IN DA PIT!"


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