Cane Hill drops ‘Bleed When You Ask Me’

New Orleans band Cane Hill has shared the visualizer for "Bleed When You Ask Me" from its new EP "Krewe D'Amour." Watch it below. "''Bleed When You Ask Me' finds itself on our EP dedicated to romance not because it is about love but because it is about heartbreak," singer Elijah Witt said. "It's a romanticized epic directed to the music industry... Continue Reading →

Cane Hill shares video for ‘God is the Enemy’

New Orleans band Cane Hill has shared the music video for its new song "God is the Enemy." Following "Power of the High" and "Kill Me," the new track completes the band's "Krewe de la Mort" song collection. All three videos can be seen below. "'God is the Enemy' is an honest comment on contemporary Christians and their skewed views... Continue Reading →

Cane Hill returns with new single/video ‘Power of the High’

New Orleans band Cane Hill has returned with the new single and video "Power of the High." Pre-save the song on Spotify here, and watch the video below. "'Power of the High' is inconsolable fury and anguish," the band said. "An accumulation of the woes, trails, and tribulations of our recent years from mind-altering aficionados... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Elijah Witt of CANE HILL (February 2019)

Cane Hill’s self-described year-long “romance with LSD” yielded its superb second full-length album, “Too Far Gone” (review), released in January 2018. And while that year was a dark period in the band members’ lives, now that they’ve moved past it, it’s the gift that keeps giving. Emotions that didn’t have an outlet on the heavier... Continue Reading →

LIVE RECAP: Sevendust & Tremonti – 02/10/19 – Rams Head Live – Baltimore, Maryland

LIVE PHOTOS: Sevendust, Tremonti — Review by Greg Maki — Sevendust’s set list on this night was more notable for what it didn’t include than for what it did. The band ostensibly is on the road supporting its 12th studio album, “All I See Is War,” released last year, yet the set featured only one... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Cane Hill – ‘Kill the Sun’

Review by Greg Maki ----- New Orleans’ Cane Hill made major strides in 2018 with its second full-length album, “Too Far Gone” (read Live Metal’s review). The record, which I named the best release of the year, expanded the band’s sound, adding different textures and flavors while remaining true to its heavy, groove-laden roots. Almost... Continue Reading →

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