Cane Hill Drop Off Butcher Babies, Nonpoint, Etc. Tour

Cane Hill have dropped off the remaining dates of their tour with Butcher Babies, Nonpoint, and Sumo Cyco due to injury. The band commented:

“Unfortunately, we are being forced to pull off the remaining dates of the Kings And Queens tour due to an unexpected injury. We hate cancelling shows but health has to come first. We sincerely apologise to everyone we are missing and promise we will be back real soon!”

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Cane Hill & Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale Perform At New Orleans “NXT TakeOver” Event

During the WWE‘s “NXT TakeOver” event in New Orleans, LA yesterday (April 7), Cane Hill took the stage to perform their track “It Follows.” This news comes after it was previously revealed that “It Follows” and “Lord Of Flies” were chosen as the themes for the event. On top of that, the group also played Ember Moon‘s entrance theme “Free The Flame,” along with Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale. This event preceded the 34th annual “WrestleMania”, which is being held today (April 8).

Cane Hill Songs Chosen As Official Themes For New Orleans “NXT TakeOver” Event

Cane Hill‘s tracks “It Follows” and “Lord Of Flies” will be used as the themes for the WWE‘s upcoming “NXT TakeOver” event in New Orleans, LA. That will take place at the Smoothie King Center on April 7, and it will be followed by the 34th annual “WrestleMania”, which will be held at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on April 8.

Cane Hill Premiere New Song “It Follows”

Cane Hill have premiered a new song titled “It Follows,” via Revolver. This track is from the band’s new album “Too Far Gone,” which will be released on January 19. Elijah Witt commented:

“This was a really fun song to write and it probably took us the longest. It’s heavy and catchy all at once. We were trying to go for full-on ‘metal epic’ without overreaching, and I think we did just that.”

Cane Hill Premiere “Lord Of Flies” Video, Reveal Details For New Album “Too Far Gone”

Cane Hill have premiered a new video for their new song “Lord Of Flies.” This track is from the band’s new album “Too Far Gone,” which will be released on January 19.

Elijah Witt commented:

“‘Lord Of Flies‘ is just about trusting the wrong person because you want to believe they’re something they’re not — whether the person convinced you or you were just too dumb to see it. It’s a mistake I’ve made over and over again, though I learned quickly, I can’t trust many.”

“Too Far Gone” Track Listing:

01. “Too Far Gone”
02. “Lord Of Flies”
03. “Singing In The Swamp”
04. “Erased”
05. “Why?”
06. “It Follows”
07. “Scumbag”
08. “Hateful”
09. “10¢”
10. “The End.”