New Orleans four-piece Cane Hill have released the live album Cane Hill: Live From The Bible Belt today, September 14th.
The band shared two songs — “Too Far Gone” and “Singing in the Swamp” — ahead of the album release. Both originally appear on the band’s latest album Too Far Gone. These live renditions certainly offer fans a taste of what Cane Hill are like onstage and of what’s to come with the Winter tour with Bury Tomorrow and their first-ever headline North American tour which starts next weekend.
“This is the first time we’ve gotten to tour on our own terms,” said singer Elijah Witt. “We’re excited to be in sweaty, as-intimate-as-can-be venues, playing songs from every release we have. It’s going to be the most exciting string of shows we’ve ever had.”
Cane Hill: Live From The Bible Belt is available to stream now on all digital sites. Limited edition vinyl copies of the record are available at the band’s webstore.
CANE HILL LIVE FROM THE BIBLE BELT TRACK LISTING:
(The New) Jesus
Lord of Flies
Ugly Idol Mannequin
Fountain of Youth
Singing In The Swamp
Too Far Gone
You can see Cane Hill supporting Bury Tomorrow at the following dates:
11th December SWX Bristol – Tickets
12th December O2 Institute Birmingham – Tickets
13th December Garage Glasgow – Tickets
14th December O2 Ritz Manchester – Tickets
15th December O2 Forum London – Tickets
Tickets on sale now
2018 has proven to be quite a year for Cane Hill. The band released Too Far Gone to much acclaim in January. The album was selected by Revolver as one of the best metal albums of 2018 so far. In April, Cane Hill were chosen as a #NXTLOUD artist by the WWE. They performed at NXT Take Over: New Orleans, as part of WWE’s WrestleMania Weekend. The band opened NXT TakeOver with “It Follows,” one of the event’s Official Theme Songs, inside the sold-out Smoothie King Center in their hometown of New Orleans. The band also performed with Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale, playing NXT Superstar Ember Moon’s entrance theme “Free the Flame” before her Championship match.
Press praise for Too Far Gone:
“Too Far Gone is an incredibly focused record; cuts like ‘Lord of Flies,’ ‘Hateful’ and the title-track find a cohesive (and very appealing) sonic middle-ground between Slipknot, Pantera, Korn and Alice in Chains. There isn’t an ounce of musical fat anywhere on the album — it’s just one ripping riff and jugular-slicing hook after another.” —Revolver
‘Sounds like Cane Hill will be making a noise like no one else in 2018’ –
‘It feels as though Cane Hill have bottled that feeling and unleashed it to wreak havoc on this, their fantastically filthy sophomore album’ – Rock Sound
‘It’s a fascinating tumble down a wonderfully crooked rabbit hole’ – Kerrang!