EXILE is a Japanese music group that consists of two vocalists and twelve dancers. EXILE was composed of only six men when it made its debut in 2001. After vocalist SHUN left EXILE in 2006, the group accepted vocalist TAKAHIRO and dancer AKIRA as new members and became a seven-man group. In addition, EXILE and J Soul Brothers, a dance group of seven men, came together and the group became a fourteen-man group in 2009. EXILE’s live performances include two powerful vocalists and twelve dynamic dancers are outstanding.
Crossfaith is a Japanese metalcore band from Osaka that was formed in 2006. After releasing its debut album The Artificial Theory For The Dramatic Beauty,in 2009, the band joined metalcore heavy hitters such as Hatebreed on the road, spreading its music across Japan and assembling a collection of European and American audiences along the way. The band was signed to Tragic Hero Records, in addition to its native label Zestone Records, for a US release of its sophomore LP, The Dream, The Space, which was released in 2011.