Tag: Cane Hill

NEWS: Cane Hill premier “God Is The Enemy: Part III”!

It seems that Cane Hill are keen to go the extra mile now they’ve left Rise Records and gone fully independent. So after the premier of “God Is The Enemy: Part III” the band did a lengthy Q&A in which they talk about the other new material including “Power Of The High“. They may have

Review: “Unnerved” by Break Fifty

Originally known as Hace, Guilford Nu-Metalcore outfit Break Fifty have been on our radar for quite some time. They started out in 2017 playing a hybrid blend of Hardcore influenced Nu-Metal, cutting their love of a breakdown with classic late 90s elements. In 2019 they dropped the single “Gods” which has clocked up 83k of

NEWS: Cane Hill return with “Kill Me”!

Going down that yellow brick road made of candy (Werther’s Originals?) has lead Cane Hill to release their second HEAVY single of 2020 in “Kill Me“. The cut which follows the impressive “Power of The High” which made the Devils Dozen playlist also comes with a music video directed by Khader Alherimi and Joey Vasatka

Documentary: Cane Hill “Power of the High” behind the scenes!

If October single “Power of the High” from Cane Hill didn’t get you high enough, the band have given us the opportunity to relive their experience making the music video for the track which they created with DreamSeeker Productions with a behind the scenes featurette. We’re hopeful that this is the first of many with

NEWS: Cane Hill celebrate the “Power Of The High”!

A couple of weeks after the third Anniversary of the release of their huge single “Too Far Gone” from the album of the same name, Cane Hill have returned with another song about… And an equally psychedelic music video. Entitled “Power Of The High“, it sees the band return to their heavier sounds after 2019’s

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Alice In Chains.

Last month marked the 30th Anniversary of Seattle Washington Grunge Kings Alice In Chains iconic debut album “Facelift“. It’s one of those records which didn’t have the instant success it deserved as Grunge was a very new sound at that time and the band were yet to find where they sat at the table, touring

Review: “Watch Me Burn” by Crystal Lake

Part of a package that in the physical form includes a DVD of their full live set at Spain’s Resurrection Fest in 2019 and a documentary with interviews and guests, Japanese Metalcore merchants Crystal Lake have looked to keep both fans and their label SharpTone Records happy with a pair of new cuts. For the

Bootleg: Crystal Lake at Resurrection Fest!

The timing of the release of the full set from Japanese Metalcore merchants Crystal Lake by the organizers of Spain’s Resurrection Fest is an interesting one as 8th July will see the band dropping a two track single entitled “Watch Me Burn” available in a physical edition that will see it paired with this very

Bootleg: “Apollo” from Crystal Lake!

Japanese Metalcore merchants Crystal Lake have a reputation for a high adrenaline live show and having witnessed it on a couple of occasions we can tell you that it is justified. They are joined by members of Cane Hill as they performed single “Apollo” at Resurrection Fest in Spain this time last summer and pro-shot,

Bootleg: Cane Hill at Resurrection Fest 2019!

Joined by Ryo from Crystal Lake for “Hateful” and closing of our personal favourite of their tracks “Too Far Gone“, here’s a full set, pro-shot from Cane Hill at Resurrection Fest in Viveiro Spain last summer. When they’ve finished with live albums and acoustic ambient EPs, what will their next full length record bring?