Following the release of their fourth full-length album, ‘Sempiternal’, Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon managed to surprise us all once again, delivering a stellar album which again has continued to push the boundaries of their popularity and capabilities. Hitting the UK for a full tour to support the album, their first nation headline tour run for more than a year. We caught the band and support acts Crossfaith and Empress at the Manchester date of the tour, and you can see photos below:
After 18 months in absence, it goes without saying that the UK are more than hungry for Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon to tour again, especially following a full month after the release of their critically acclaimed new record, ‘Sempiternal’. Now, back on the road, hitting intimate venues when compared to what they can easily sell out now, and with a whole album’s worth of new material, we went to get involved at tour stop number one: Manchester.
This year’s Reading/Leeds Festival weekends have just confirmed a huge bunch of bands to be joining the weekend line-up, including Skindred, Alkaline Trio, Pure Love, Lower Than Atlantis and more. The full list of all of this year’s latest additions are detailed below:
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Returning to London’s Alexandra Palace for its second consecutive year, Vans Warped Tour UK have confirmed their first wave of acts to be appearing at the now two-day long festival, including Rise Against as one of this year’s headliners. All line-up additions are outlined below:
Up-and-coming British metalheads Empress have just been confirmed that they will join Crossfaith as support for Bring Me The Horizon during their UK tour run this April/May. You can view all dates of the tour below:
Barely a week after going on sale, Crossfaith’s debut London headlining show has been upgraded. Read the rest of this entry »
Japanese electro metal troupe Crossfaith have just revealed a full stream of their recent EP release, ‘Zion’, online for people to listen to for free. You can stream if for yourself through the embed placed below:
Along with the announcement as main support for Bring Me The Horizon on their UK tour later this year, Japanese metalheads Crossfaith have announced two headline UK dates of their own in April. Both dates are outlined below:
Japanese electro metallers Crossfaith have unveiled they are to support Bring Me The Horizon on their upcoming headline UK tour. All dates of the tour are outline below:
There are few outfits in recent memory which have generated such a rabid fevour so early in their career as Crossfaith. Blending the rather traditional Japanese trend of twisting the forumla somewhat with the entirely invogue, the band’s electronic heavy metalcore has seen them quickly cultivate a live reputation of impressive reverence, shows with the similarly exciting While She Sleeps and a blistering set at 2012′s Hit The Deck Festival firmly cementing their place as feverishly watched up-and-comers. Their ‘Zion’ EP does much to explain the band’s dramatic onstage success.
Japanese electro-metal mash-up outfit Crossfaith have just announced details regarding an official UK release date for their latest EP, ‘Zion’. The EP will see a February 4th 2013 release date through Sony‘s own Search & Destroy label imprint. The artwork and tracklist can be found below:
Rising Japanese metallers Crossfaith have just released the music video for their track, ‘Jägerbomb’. Check it out below: