39 no Hi: Beat Crusaders. A Fun Live Act that was Not to be Missed. (ft. Kenpachi Zaraki)

Beat Crusaders was a Japanese Rock Band active from 1997 to 2010 distinguished by dot-matrix printed mask they wore on all of their performances. These masks represent the faces of each of the band member. Their creative use of analog synthesizers and the old Casiotone, incorporated with influences of such bands as Weezer and The Rentals, and at times the dynamism of Snuffesque rock, had transformed them into a powerfully melodic guitar band. By the end of 1998, Beat Crusaders had already started creating songs which emphasized they were a crazy and fun live act that was not to be missed. Later down the road, a career breakthrough was offered on the band moving them out of the indie scene and hitting Japanese Music; their song “Hit in the USA” was used for the opening theme of an anime series, BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad.

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