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Crossfaith's newest single in 2021!

They've written and contributed this track for Japanese legendary manga/anime 'ONE PIECE'. As of Jan 4th, 'ONE PIECE' has reached to 1000 episode through weekly magazine called 'SHONEN JUMP'. To celebrate that moment, 'ONE PIECE' is hosting largest popularity vote.

Past Rank In

Dead or Alive

Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Japan • TOP 1 • 12 Feb 2021 iTunes Store • Metal TOP SONGS • Japan • TOP 1 • 12 Feb 2021 iTunes Store • Metal TOP SONGS • Thailand • TOP 3 • 12 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Thailand • TOP 14 • 13 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Hong Kong • TOP 14 • 7 Mar 2021 iTunes Store • Rock TOP SONGS • Japan • TOP 21 • 12 Feb 2021 iTunes Store • Rock TOP SONGS • Thailand • TOP 23 • 12 Feb 2021 iTunes Store • Metal TOP SONGS • Singapore • TOP 42 • 12 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • China • TOP 46 • 13 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Philippines • TOP 46 • 16 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Macao • TOP 47 • 24 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Taiwan, Province of China • TOP 51 • 27 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Korea, Republic of • TOP 70 • 7 Mar 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Viet Nam • TOP 95 • 3 Mar 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Singapore • TOP 107 • 23 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • India • TOP 108 • 15 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Malaysia • TOP 116 • 19 Feb 2021 iTunes Store • All Categories TOP SONGS • Japan • TOP 120 • 12 Feb 2021 Apple Music • Metal Top Songs • Indonesia • TOP 174 • 16 Feb 2021

Past Playlist In

Dead or Alive

Spotify • Loud Rock Japan • 12 Feb 2021 Apple Music • The Great Eastern Fakekill • 12 Feb 2021 Spotify • Big in Japan • 12 Feb 2021 Spotify • J-Rock Now • 12 Feb 2021 Spotify • tuneTracks Weekly • 13 Feb 2021 Spotify • New Music Friday Japan • 12 Feb 2021

Artist Profile

  • Crossfaith

    You'd think if a band is going to make a concept album about a troubled future, there's no better time to set it than the present. Doing things the obvious way isn't Crossfaith's style, though. "There are so many reasons we decided to set it in the future," says frontman Kenta 'Ken' Koie of Ex Machina, the Japanese band's fifth album and the follow-up to 2015's critically acclaimed Xeno. "Our attitude has always been that we should be constantly pushing to make something different." Since their inception in Osaka in 2006, Crossfaith have been on the edge of a fusion of rock, metal, electronica and big ideas on their albums; and the edge of euphoria with their live shows. Ex Machina is the album on which they walk that fine, fiery line more skilfully and seismically than ever. Long-renowned as a live band without parallel having played some of the most prestigious festival stages in the world, Crossfaith continue to go from strength to strength. A peerless set of musical warriors who leave no stone unturned when it comes to experimentation and excitement, through their albums and live performances they have established a reputation as a truly unique band.

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