Beat Crusaders

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Beat Crusaders
Also known as BECR
Origin Japan
Genres Power pop, Pop punk, indie rock, Pop rock
Years active 1997–2010
Labels DefSTAR Records, Lastrum, Captain Haus Recordings
Website Official website
Tōru Hidaka
Masahiko Kubota
Tarō Katō
Hirofumi Yamashita
Keita Tanabe
Past members
Mitsutaka Umuyashiki
Takayuki Araki
Hiroyuki Tai

Beat Crusaders were a Japanese rock band. They were known for wearing masks in public.[1] They did not wear their masks during concerts. There were 5 members in this band. The members were Hidaka Touru (vocals and guitar), Kubota Masahiko (bass), Katou Tarou (guitar), Mashi-ta (drums), and Keitaimo (keyboards). The band started in 1997. Almost all of their songs were written in English. Their music genre is said to be melodic hard core, digital rock, and power pop.

The masks[change | change source]

The members of the band wear masks because they were once working as office workers and they could not show their faces. After they became well known, they decided to keep wearing their masks. The masks became a trademark for the band.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Leader of BEAT CRUSADERS will reveal his face for solo career". Retrieved 20 February 2016.

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