Japanese metal band Crossfaith have announced a new EP to coincide with their upcoming European tour dates. The tour will have the five-piece band playing six shows over the course of 10 days, with the first kicking off on November 1, in Barcelona, Spain, at Mephisto. Paris, Guildford, Bournemouth and Bath will also get their fair share of Crossfaith, a band that has been blending electronic, hardcore and industrial music since 2006. A performance on Vans Warped Tour marks the band's last gig of 2012, and takes place in London at the Alexandra Palace.
The band's upcoming release, Zion, was recorded with the legendary producer "Machine," who has worked with artists like Lamb of God, Every Time I Die and Four Year Strong. BBC Radio 1 disc jockey Zane Lowe has called "Monolith" – the lead track off the album – his "next hype."
Check out the video for "Monolith" below, and be sure to check out Crossfaith when they tour this November.