Cane Hill – ‘Too Far Gone’ – Album Review 15/01/2018 95 Cane Hill - 'Too Far Gone' - Album Review19293949592018-01-159Overall ScoreReader Rating: (2 Votes)8.3Cane Hill return with a brutal and savage follow up to their highly regarded 2015 self-titled debut EP. Too Far Gone encapsulates just how far this band has come from that debut. To say the band went on a personal journey to give birth to their sophomore album is an understatement. What they have produced is a beast of a piece of work. Thrashing guitars and gutsy vocals make for yet another standout album. From the album opener ‘Too Far Gone’ with its behemoth riffs to ‘Lord of the Flies’ and beyond, the raw and gritty nature of this album is something to behold. A colossal sounding album from start to finish, Too Far Gone will no doubt strengthen the fan base and win over a whole new audience for the guys. Monumental riffs and poised melodies make for a killer album throughout. Too Far Gone is released January 19th via Rise Records. Track List ‘Too Far Gone’ ‘Lord of the Flies’ ‘Singing in the Swamp’ ‘Erased’ ‘Why?’ ‘It Follows’ ‘Scumbag’ ‘Hateful’ ‘10 Cents’ ‘The End’ The band will be touring later this month supporting Motionless In White. You can see the band at the following dates: 18th January Engine Rooms Southampton 19th January O2 Academy Bristol 20th January Stylus Leeds 22nd January The Garage Glasgow 23rd January Riverside Newcastle 25th January Koko London 26th January O2 Institute Birmingham 27th January O2 Ritz Manchester 28th January The Waterfront Norwich Tickets on sale now at ticketmaster.co.uk. http://www.wearecanehill.com/ https://rocknloadmag.com/news/cane-hill-revolver-premiere-new-song-follows/ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.