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
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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
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?
New Orleans Los Angeles Californian quartet Cane Hill had the NHS to thank for brining vocalist Elijah Witt back to health so they could participate in a wet and muddy Download Festival this past weekend. The Mike James Rock Show caught up with them and it appears from this conversation that new material is on
Pro-Shot by 197 Media, here’s drum cam footage of Cane Hill sticksman Devin Clark hammering out “Lord of Flies” from the bands current album “Too Far Gone” at the iconic Chain Reaction in Anaheim California! The bands subsequent pair of releases, a live album and eclectic acoustic electronic EP entitled “Kill The Sun” are both
In the build up to the release of “Kill The Sun”, Cane Hill frontman Elijah Witt stated that “Jar of Flies” by Alice In Chains as well as R&B and Pop music were influences on the EP’s concept. The choice of Kris Crummett (Dance Gavin Dance, Knuckle Puck, Mayday Parade) rather than a more mainstream
Not content with having out out a studio album and a live album in the last 12 months, Cane Hill have surprise released a brand new song entitled “Kill The Sun” and accompanying music video! They will be on the road in the UK in December with Japanese Metalcore crew Crystal Lake and 36 Crazyfists on
Some might have thought that the live album would become a thing of the past following the death of the live DVD and bands literally filming shows and throwing them out to streaming sites in an effort to get fans out to shows. But it seems Cane Hill and Rise Records disagree and will be
One of the better ssngs from Cane Hill‘s recent offering “Too Far Gone” out now via Rise Records has received the full music video treatment. Having already been selected as a theme song for WWE Raw, here’s the full video for “It Follows”.
NXT: TakeOver in New Orleans LA saw Cane Hill performing “It Follows” during the opening ceremony as the official theme song a couple of weeks back. The song appears on the bands album “Too Far Gone” which is out now via Rise Records. Check out our review!