Cane Hill debuts ’86d — No Escort’ music video

New Orleans four-piece Cane Hill has shared the new video for "86d — No Escort." The song comes from the band's upcoming album, "Kill the Sun," which will be released via Rise Records on Jan. 18. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-cnRVR7GPI&feature=youtu.be "'86d — No Escort' was actually the first song with predominant electronic influence," the band said. "We wrote it with Drew Fulk... Continue Reading →

Cane Hill releases ‘Acid Rain’ music video

New Orleans four-piece Cane Hill will release a new record titled "Kill the Sun" on Jan. 18, 2019, via Rise Records, and the band has shared a new video for the track "Acid Rain." "We spent the summer working on new Cane Hill music," the band said. "We've embraced the weirder and mellower side of what we... Continue Reading →

Cane Hill to release ‘Kill the Sun’ on Jan. 18

New Orleans four-piece Cane Hill will release a new record titled "Kill the Sun" via Rise Records on Jan. 18, 2019. Listen to and watch the video for the title track below. "We spent the summer working on new Cane Hill music," the band said. "We've embraced the weirder and mellower side of what we do, as it's something we think... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Elijah Witt of Cane Hill (September 2018)

There are many milestones for a band to reach—signing a recording contract, releasing an album, getting played on the radio, hitting the road. But maybe the biggest sign that a band has established itself is being able to headline shows of its own. Cane Hill is about to take that major step, with its first... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Elijah Witt of Cane Hill

Cane Hill’s second full-length album, “Too Far Gone” (released in January via Rise Records), is a huge leap forward, showing a band that has grown tremendously since album number one, “Smile” (2016). As you soon will read, that growth wasn’t an easy process, involving a healthy amount of self-reflection brought on by an unhealthy amount... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Cane Hill – ‘Too Far Gone’

Review by Greg Maki ----- Cane Hill crawled out of the swamps of New Orleans in 2015 with its self-titled EP, then made more of a mark with its full-length debut, “Smile,” released in 2016. The quartet has been at the forefront of the nu-metal revival that has been not-so-quietly brewing in the past few... Continue Reading →

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