Tag: Too Far Gone

Playthrough: “Drag Me Down” from Cane Hill!

Paiste cymbals, Remo drum heads, Promark sticks, a Gretsch Renown in Piano Black and a Presonus drum mic kit and studio live 32S console were not harmed in the making of this freshly released drum playthrough video for the now two month old Cane Hill single “Drag Me Down” that comes courtesy of Devin Clark

Documentary: Rig Rundown with Cane Hill!

Ahead of their “The Krewe Du Sang” headlining tour with Afterlife, VCTMS and Mooring, New Orleans Louisiana Nu-Metalcore quartet Cane Hill have let drummer Devin Clark out of the rehearsal space to give us a rig rundown of his kit so you can see for yourself what it takes to create his signature drum sound. Having

Playthrough: “Drag Me Down” from Cane Hill!

It seems crazy but the acoustic EP “Kill The Sun” from New Orleans Louisiana quartet Cane Hill passed its third anniversary in January as the band postponed their co-headlining European tour trek with Blood Youth and Diamond Construct. The second part of their “Krewe De La Morte” dropped this past weekend with the band unveiling

NEWS: Cane Hill drop “Krewe De La Mort: Vol 2”!

They were never too far gone to recognise that their European co-headlining tour with Blood Youth was going to get rescheduled so Cane Hill have redirected with a music video for “Drag Me Down” from their this weekend released EP “Krewe De La Mort: Vol 2“. It’s their sophomore release since departing Rise Records to

NEWS: Cane Hill get bloody…

After “Krewe De La Mort: Vol 1” marked their return to independence at the beginning of April you might have thought that Cane Hill would take a break and let us muse upon their return to heavier territory. Instead they’ve flipped the script and dropped “Blood & Honey Part 1” and it seems that they’re

Playthrough: “Power Of The High” from Cane Hill!

When guitarist James Barnett announced in a Twitch Interview that Louisiana Nu-Metallers Cane Hill were planning to release a series of EPs during 2021 instead of a new album having gone independent after leaving Rise Records, it certainly raised an eyebrow. But the three tracks premiered so far have seen the band return to the

Interview: Cane Hill talk Religion with Mosh Talks!

Having left Rise Records and gone independent, Cane Hill have turned their amps up and returned to the heavier material of old with their recent singles. In the latest episode of the Mosh Talks series, Beez from Knotfest chats to vocalist Elijah Witt about the bands explosive new single “God Is The Enemy“, Mental Health,

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

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