Blood Youth & Cane Hill Announce Co-Headlining European/UK Tour

Blood Youth and Cane Hill have announced a co-headlining European/UK tour. Diamond Construct will open.

Tour Dates:

02/21 Glasgow, UK – G2
02/22 Manchester, UK – Rebellion
02/23 Leeds, UK – The Key Club
02/24 London, UK – The Underworld
02/25 Southampton, UK – Joiners
02/26 Bristol, UK – The Exchange
02/27 Birmingham, UK – Mama Roux’s
03/01 Paris, FRA – L’International
03/02 Baden, SWI – Werk
03/03 Milan, ITA – Slaughter Club
03/04 Munich, GER – Feierwerk
03/05 Vienna, AUT – Chelsea
03/06 Prague, CZE – Chapeau Rouge
03/07 Leipzig, GER – Naumanns
03/08 Hamburg, GER – Headcrash
03/09 Hannover, GER – Bei Chez Heinz
03/10 Den Bosch, NET – Willem Twee
03/11 Mainz, GER – Schon Schon
03/12 Cologne, GER – MTC
03/13 Antwerp, BEL – Kavka

Cane Hill Premiere “Blood & Honey” Video

Cane Hill have premiered a new video for their new single “Blood & Honey.” The band commented:

“‘Blood & Honey‘ is the first song off of our new EP ‘Krewe d’Amour. After releasing songs inspired by ravenous anger, we wanted to switch gears and polarize our emotions. This song is the first of three to detail the motions of heartbreak and your ability to make the best or the worst out of it.”

Cane Hill Premiere “God Is The Enemy” Music Video

Cane Hill have premiered a new video for their new song “God Is The Enemy.” Elijah Witt had the following to say about the track, which completes the band’s “Krewe De La Mort” collection:

“‘God Is the Enemy’ is an honest comment on contemporary Christians and their skewed views of living Christ-like. From the hypocrisy of the church shielding its abusive history (and their present) to the blatant racism, control of women’s bodily autonomy using the bible as a scapegoat — it’s obvious that the followers of Christ have gone astray. ‘GITE’ implores you to imagine how the religious world would react if someone claimed to be the son of God again.”

Cane Hill Premiere “Kill Me” Music Video

Cane Hill have premiered a new song titled “Kill Me.” You can find an official video for that track below:

Elijah Witt said the following about the song:

“I think if this year has taught me anything, it’s that this dreadful voice of negativity in my head is loudest when my life is quiet. Just like everyone else, my mental health has taken a steep decline this year, and giving life to that horrific voice was the easiest way for me to try and combat it. ‘Kill Me‘ is what I feel in the parts of me I can ignore when life is normal.”

He also added the following about the video:

“‘Kill Me‘ adds another chapter to ‘Krewe De La Mort’ that continues to bring Louisiana folklore to life. Building upon the visual intensity we established with ‘P.O.T.H.,’ we worked closely with Dreamseeker Productions in further exploring elements of witchcraft and the occult while staying true to these Cajun tales.”

Cane Hill Premiere “Power Of The High” Video

Cane Hill have premiered a new video for their new song “Power Of The High.” You can check that out below:

Elijah Witt said the following about the song:

“‘Power Of The High‘ is inconsolable fury and anguish. An accumulation of the woes, trails, and tribulations of our recent years from mind-altering aficionados to unwilling servants drowning in the unforgiving tides of the music industry, we’ve found ourselves passionately emboldened by the rage fostered whilst stuck between our realities. A declaration of third-eye-rebellion, ‘POTH’ is a calling to everyone we know and may meet to join us in breaking the mold that’s been given to you by a higher power and realize the divine being you always have been.”

He also added the following about the video:

“We dove back into our horror roots by joining forces with the local production company, Dreamseeker, to create a psychedelic twist on Louisiana folklore such as The Rougarou. ‘Power of the High‘ kicks off Krewe De La Morte, which is Volume 1 of larger vision. Join us, live with us, die with us. Welcome to The Krewe.”

Cane Hill Enter The Studio

Cane Hill have entered the studio to work on new music. If the below tweets are a good indicator, it appears the new material will be heavier:

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Cane Hill Premiere “86d — No Escort” Music Video

Cane Hill have premiered a new video for their new song “86d — No Escort.” This track is from the band’s new “semi-acoustic” EP “Kill The Sun,” which will be released on January 18.

The group commented:

“‘86d — No Escort; was actually the first song with predominant electronic influence. We wrote it with Drew Fulk and he brought that out of us and helped us shape the rest of the EP. Originally, there weren’t any real drums at all but [drummer] Devin [Clark] really came through, adding the dynamics that he did.

“We wanted to go with a really early 2000s vibe on this song and drew inspiration from artists like Everlast and Cypress Hill to get what we got out of it. Overall, it became a catchy as fuck tune that anyone who’s ever been shitty can relate to.”

Cane Hill To Release “Semi-Acoustic” EP “Kill The Sun” In January

Cane Hill have announced that they will be releasing a new “semi-acoustic” EP titled “Kill The Sun” on January 18. A video for the title track can be seen below:

The band said of the following about the EP:

“We spent the summer working on new Cane Hill music. We’ve embraced the weirder and mellower side of what we do, as it’s something we think is important to our band. With that in mind, we’ve been in the studio with the incredibly talented Kris Crummett, working on music that embellishes those elements. It’s six songs of dark, twisted, and semi-acoustic beauty. We’re incredibly proud of it and can’t wait for you to hear it.

We wanted to embrace some leftover emotions we’ve been dealing with since getting our shit together while exploring our own musical limitations. We made this semi-acoustic record because we needed to for ourselves — and because honestly, why the fuck not?”

Frontman Elijah Witt also added the following about the title track:

“We wanted our first single from this album to be as big of a curveball as possible. ‘Kill The Sun‘ is as far of a departure from our usual ‘heavy metal anthem’ leadoff as we could get. Like, who knew Devin [Clark] could play the saxophone?! This track is about my constant self-sabotage; my tendency to find happiness and just as quickly finding a way to ruin it. There’s a very loud voice in my head that feeds me to the wolves I created, effectively killing any light in my life. And deep down, there’s a part of me that relishes in the misery.”

“Kill The Sun” Track Listing:

01. “86d – No Escort”
02. “Empty”
03. “Save Me”
04. “Kill The Sun”
05. “Acid Rain”
06. “Smoking Man”