Japanese electro-metal heroes CROSSFAITH have unveiled their new video for the track "Wildfire", from last year's "Xeno" album. Featuring SKINDRED's Benji Webbe, the epic new video captures CROSSFAITH's irresistible energy and insanity of the live performances from last year's SKINDRED/CROSSFAITH tour.
"'Wildfire' is the sound of CROSSFAITH live shows," explains frontman Kenta Koie. "It's crazy, heavy and a real party! And this collaboration with the legend Benji from our boys SKINDRED is a proper banger that we just love to play."
CROSSFAITH will hit the road next month for its most extensive U.K. headline tour yet, with special guests THE QEMISTS in tow.
"Xeno" was released in September 2015 in North America via Razor & Tie. The album has a story of hope, failure, love, betrayal and death woven into its fabric so skillfully it's impossible to tell where truth ends and fiction begins. It's both an escape from and examination of reality that reveals more and more truths the further it delves.
Produced by Josh Wilbur (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, LAMB OF GOD, HATEBREED) and mastered by Ted Jensen, "Xeno" takes the groundwork laid by 2013's "Apocalyze" and 2012's "Zion" EP as well as the band's vast touring history and catapults them into a whole new league.
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