Cage Fight Share Lyric Video For “Eating Me Alive” Featuring Late The Black Dahlia Murder Frontman Trevor Strnad

Cage Fight (TesseracT, ex-Eths, etc.) have premiered a lyric video for their song “Eating Me Alive.” The track, which features the late Trevor Strnad (The Black Dahlia Murder), appears on the band’s self-titled debut album.

Vocalist Rachel Aspe commented:

“Over COVID I was looking for a new project and releasing covers for something to do, but also to hopefully connect with other musicians. When I released my cover of ‘Statutory Ape‘, Trevor picked up on it and shared from The Black Dahlia Murder‘s pages, and it got a lot of attention. Trevor messaged me to say he loved it, and hoped that I’d find a band off the back of the cover. Not long after James [Monteith, guitar] contacted me about Cage Fight and the rest is history.

Had it not been for Trevor‘s support Cage Fight may never have happened; it was a huge honour to have him guest on this song and it meant the world to us. He was one of the greatest supporters of the scene and new music, and is truly missed. RIP Trevor.”

Bassist Jon Reid added:

“‘Eating Me Alive‘ is about the day-to-day struggles and challenges with mental health that are so prominent to so many people and how the sorrow and loneliness can have a tangible effect. This is something personal to us and we wanted to let people know that they are not alone. We can all have these feelings and that most importantly there is help out there, and we can all find something special. We have chosen to release this on World Mental Health day as a sign of solidarity.”

Cage Fight Premiere New Song “Killer”

Cage Fight (TesseracT, ex-Eths) have premiered a new song titled “Killer.” This track is from the band’s self-titled debut album, which will be released on May 13.

Bassist Jon Reid said the following about the song:

“‘Killer‘ is a release of anger and fury directed at anyone that has caused wrong and is a rallying cry to those that feel pure visceral rage and need a soundtrack to that pure emotion. The song’s intensity is based in a simple remit, if you have wronged… you better start running…”

Vocalist Rachel Aspe also added the following about the visualizer:

“I wanted to create artwork that represents pain, anger, resilience, and power – themes of our music. The palm is extremely painful to tattoo, so the palm-tattooed hand clawing the air in a red mist does this very aggressively. I tattooed a very brave model at Evil From The Needle in Camden; the hand had to be strapped down, and it took two tortuous hours.”

Cage Fight Premiere “Respect Ends” Music Video

Cage Fight have premiered a new video for their new song “Respect Ends.” This track is from the band’s self-titled debut album, which will be released on May 13. Vocalist Rachel Aspe commented:

“This song is dedicated to men (or in fact anyone) who thinks it’s ok to harass, abuse, make inappropriate comments or not take no for an answer, both in the real world but also online. It’s also a message of solidarity to those who have been victims of such behaviour. The video is symbolic of the frustration and damage this can cause, and it’s something we, as a society, should not and will not accept. The final message is clear. If this is how you behave, stay the fuck away. Otherwise, you will regret it.”

Cage Fight To Release Debut Album In May, Premiere “Shine Don’t Fade” Music Video

Cage Fight have announced that they will be releasing their self-titled debut album on May 13. A video for the effort’s first single, “Shine Don’t Fade,” can be found below:

“Cage Fight” Track Listing:

01. “Intro” (feat. Jeremy Sylvester)
02. “The Mirror Shattered”
03. “Killer”
04. “Hope Castrated”
05. “Make A Decision”
06. “Guillotine”
07. “Cage Fight!”
08. “Shine Don’t Fade”
09. “One Minute”
10. “Tell Me What Real Is”
11. “Respect Ends”
12. “Eating Me Alive” (feat. Trevor Strnad of The Black Dahlia Murder)
13. “My Dreams”
14. “Bitch In The Pit” (Body Count cover)

Vocalist Rachel Aspe commented:

“I cherish the ability to channel my anger through this outlet. In a world full of uncertainty and frustration, this type of music was the only thing I found solace and balance in. These songs have a deep meaning for me and I hope this is something that other people can relate to.”

Bassist Jon Reid added:

“In the wake of the greatest media heist in modern British times and the fall out of the cataclysmic debacle that is Brexit, it seemed perfect stimulus to write lyrics that confronted the continued world of systemic racism, cultural divide, and an antiquated class system wrapped up with personal mental health issues and the challenges of modern living.”

Cage Fight Sign With Candlelight Records/Spinefarm Records

Cage Fight (TesseracT, ex-Eths, etc.) have signed a new deal with Candlelight Records and Spinefarm Records. With this news, the band have also announced that they will be releasing a new song, titled “Shine Don’t Fade,“ on February 3. Fans can pre-save the track HERE.

Watch Cage Fight Members Cover Biohazard’s “Shades Of Grey”

Cage Fight members Rachel Aspe (ex-Eths), James Monteith (TesseracT), and Jon Reid (Broken Chakra) have shared a cover of Biohazard‘s “Shades Of Grey.“ The group said the following about that:

“To celebrate 30 years or ‘Urban Discipline,’ here is a cover of ‘Shades Of Grey’ members from the band CAGE FIGHT just recorded”

Cage Fight (TesseracT, Ex-Eths, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Hope Castrated”

Cage Fight, the band featuring James Monteith (TesseracT), Rachel Aspe (ex-Eths), Jon Reid (Broken Chakra), and Nick Plews (Corpsing), have premiered a new song titled “Hope Castrated.” You can check that out below:

Monteith commented:

“I’m really excited to announce Cage Fight and release our first track- ‘Hope Castrated’. We’re making raw heavy music with no frills or pretensions; just pure aggression and energy. It’s also a cathartic release for all the frustration and anger we have about the ills of the world today.”

Aspe added:

“This project is musically packed full of visceral rage, but there’s also an underlying message of positivity and unity. I can’t wait to take these songs to the stage later in 2021, be ready!”