Japanese metalcore outfit Crossfaith have announced plans to film their upcoming London show for a live DVD.
Crossfaith to film headline show
They’ll record London gig for first DVD release
And frontman Kenta Koie reveals they chose to record their first live performance in the UK as the country is like a second home to the band.
He says: “We’re really excited to shoot our very first concert DVD at the legendary KOKO in London. Why did we choose this place and this country? For the last two years we’ve done so many tours around the world but toured the UK eight times. It was also the first place we toured outside of Japan. Every time, we experienced so many things and the UK became a second home.”
The gig on November 20 is one of seven headline dates, with support coming from Silent Screams, Coldrain and Cytota.
Crossfaith’s most recent album was 2013’s Apocalyze.
Nov 17: Bristol Anson Rooms
Nov 18: Brighton Concorde 2
Nov 20: London KOKO
Nov 21: Birmingham Institute
Nov 22: Newcastle University
Nov 23: Glasgow Garage
Nov 24: Manchester Academy II