Cyndi Lauper has a reputation for being a bit unusual. She's known for dressing in wacky clothes, dying her hair unconventional colors and having a quirky demeanor. But all strangeness aside, Lauper makes calculated pop music that's memorable and more often than not extremely feminine. Though Lauper's success peaked in the mid-1980s, the songstress is still carrying on playing new material as well as the hits that rose her to notoriety.
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.