Japanese metal and electro mash-up masters CROSSFAITH have let one of the UK’s brightest new talents THE ONE HUNDRED remix the seminal track ‘Eclipse’ from their recent album ”Apocalyze” and the result is a whole heap of crazy… in a good way! Check out the remix from The One Hundred here.
Crossfaith have also just announced an intimate warm up show before their main stage slot at this years Reading and Leeds festivals. The band will play The Fighting Cocks in Kingston on August 20th with support from none other than The One Hundred themselves.
Following the runaway success of their debut single ‘Breed’ (which amassed an impressive 75+ radio spins including BBC Radio 1, XFM, Kerrang! Radio, Team Rock radio and more) THE ONE HUNDRED return with their explosive new single ‘Kingsmen’ set for release digitally on March 31st 2014.
Speaking of the track, vocalist Jacob Field had to say…. “Kingsmen is a relentless combination of UK Grime, heavy synth and a brick of modern metal flying right at your face. You’ll know when you’ve heard this one!”
The One Hundred are also pleased to announce that they are set to open for YASHIN at The Borderline on 1st April 2014 as well as playing a headline slot at Guildfords Boileroom on April 19th.
Going from strength to strength The One Hundred recently played their 7th live show in support of Sonic Boom Six, having previously shared stages with Outpatients and Skindred. Despite being so early in their career the band have already signed to a major booking agency (www.primarytalent.com) and are set to appear across the UK festival circuit across the summer.
The band continue to write and record for their forthcoming as-yet-untitled EP set for release in 2014 – expect to see, and hear a lot more from The One Hundred in 2014.
Live Shows coming up:
1st April 2014 – London, The Borderline (In support of Yashin)
19th April -2014 – Guildford, Boileroom (Headline)
25th July 2014 – Redfest, Surrey
16th August 2014 – Alt-Fest, Kettering